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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Novel colostrum based composition with gut health applications - Licensing Opportunity for Teagasc for November 2017 front page preview

Novel colostrum based composition with gut health applications - Licensing Opportunity for Teagasc for November 2017

Bovine colostrum and its derived component, IgG have been shown to alter the gut cell surface by increasing the number of attachment sites for health promoting bacteria, leading to their increased colonisation in vitro. ...

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Ensifer based transformation of plant cells - Licensing Opportunity for Teagasc on November 2017 front page preview

Ensifer based transformation of plant cells - Licensing Opportunity for Teagasc on November 2017

This involves a novel method of transforming plant and fungal cells, for a wide range of crops. The primary technique for the generation of genetically modified (‘biotech’) crops utilises Agrobacterium tumefaciens in a p...

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