Mathematical algorithm for the rapid comparison of multi-dimensional data for qualitative and quantitative analysis - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - January 2017 front page preview

Mathematical algorithm for the rapid comparison of multi-dimensional data for qualitative and quantitative analysis - Licensing Opportunity from National University of Ireland Galway - January 2017

NUIG’s technology is a second-order mathematical technique which allows for evaluation of the variance in the topographies of different multidimensional data. The key advantage of this technology is its computational rap...

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A method for prognosis and treatment of colorectal cancer - Licensing Opportunity for University of Limerick for November 2017 front page preview

A method for prognosis and treatment of colorectal cancer - Licensing Opportunity for University of Limerick for November 2017

A biomarker test that can be used to determine colorectal cancer survival rates. Potential biomarker uses include: • Tailoring of treatment plans based on prognostic outcomes • Drug target for colorectal cancer • Method....

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Chiral Identification and Separation - Licensing Opportunity for University of Limerick for November 2017 front page preview

Chiral Identification and Separation - Licensing Opportunity for University of Limerick for November 2017

Identification and separation of enantiomers remains a scientific and technological challenge. Using a novel porous metal-organic material (MOM) enables enantiomer identification and purification. The new chiral MOM (CMO...

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Thermo Electric Generating Material - Licensing Opportunity for University College Cork for November 2017 front page preview

Thermo Electric Generating Material - Licensing Opportunity for University College Cork for November 2017

Thermoelectric generators (TEG) are based on the Seebeck effect, where a temperature difference is converted into electrical power, making them attractive in diverse energy harvesting applications such as automobiles, wa...

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Producing Bioethanol from Plants using a Fungal Derived Enzyme - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - December 2016 front page preview

Producing Bioethanol from Plants using a Fungal Derived Enzyme - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - December 2016

Globally there is a need to obtain a renewable, environmentally-benign and cheap supply of energy to reduce dependency on fossil fuels. Although commercial-scale lignocellulosic ethanol production has become a reality, t...

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