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High Entropy Brasses and Bronzes - Tougher Bearings, Bushes and Gear Motors

Tougher Bearings, Bushes and Gear Motors Wear-Resistant brass alloys for high demand applicationsSuper strength brass alloys which retain good machining and formability and have superior physical and mechanical properties The Technology is available under licence for freeWithout doubt, brasses and bronzes are the most widely utilised family of ma...
Published: 16/12/2014
Category(s): Mechanical, Medical Devices - Instrumentation, Easy Access IP
Keywords(s): Easy Access IP, Medical/Clinical
Inventor(s): Kevin Laws, Lori Bassman, Cody Crosby, Aarthi Sridhar, Patrick Conway, Michael Ferry, Warren McKenzie

Tissue regeneration on a plate

Unlocking the self-healing potential of tissues The Invention The ability to boost and direct natural processes to regenerate tissues following injury or disease would have a major impact on modern medicine. Although all tissues have some regenerative capacity, the number and efficiency of the precursor-type cells responsible for self-healing (cel...
Published: 23/02/2014
Category(s): Therapeutics
Keywords(s): Life Sciences, Medical/Clinical, Therapies
Inventor(s): Vashe Chandrakanthan, John Pimanda

Bionic implant to treat Parkinson's

A simple ‘coating’ on a bionic implant could hold the key to better treatments for hearing loss, Parkinson’s, and other central nervous system diseases The DiscoveryCentral Nervous System diseases impact millions of people worldwide. They can affect the brain or spinal cord resulting in disorders ranging from Alzheimer's and Par...
Published: 08/08/2013
Category(s): Therapeutics, Biomedical Sciences
Keywords(s): Biomedical Engineering, Biotech, CNS Diseases, Drug Development, Medical/Clinical, Pharmaceutical
Inventor(s): Gary Housley, Jeremy Pinyon, Matthias Klugmann

Genistein - a neuroprotective treatment for brain injury arising from excessive glutamate release such as occurs with stroke and epilepsy.

Background Traumatic brain injury is a major medical problem globally and is one of the leading causes of death and disability. There is no known treatment for stroke or ischaemic brain injury. A stroke is a medical emergency and can cause permanent brain damage and death. Risk factors for stroke include old age, high blood pressure, previous ...
Published: 18/07/2013
Category(s): Therapeutics, Biomedical Sciences
Keywords(s): Biotech, Chemical, Drug Development, Life Sciences, Medical/Clinical, Natural therapies, Pharmaceutical, Veterinarian
Inventor(s): Gary Housley, Youngsoo Kim, Paul Bertrand, Andrew Moorhouse, Ann Chi Yan Wong, Amanda Craig, John Power, Matthias Klugmann, Arun Krishnan, Renee Morris

Treatment for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Promoting Neuronal Regeneration The Discovery UNSW researchers have identified a novel role for leukocyte immunoglobulin-like receptor (LILR) molecules which act to promote neuronal regeneration. This has the potential to treat a wide range of neurodegenerative diseases Key Benefits Naturally-occurring molecules to use as therapeutic inte...
Published: 25/04/2013
Category(s): Therapeutics, Biomedical Sciences
Keywords(s): Biotech, CNS Diseases, Medical/Clinical
Inventor(s): Nicodemus Tedla, Hongyan An, Katherine Bryant, Terry Lee
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