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Microneedle patch for sampling body fluids

No more needles! A painless patch for blood collection A safer and definitely ‘less scary’ way to obtain blood samples The Invention The result of this discovery would be a ‘patch’ to obtain blood samples instead of a syringe or hypodermic needle. This invention primarily solves a longstanding problem of how to manufac...
Published: 26/10/2014
Category(s): Biomedical Sciences, Diagnostics, Next Generation Materials, Therapeutics
Keywords(s): Biopharmaceutical, Biotech, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Sensor, Diagnostics, Drug Development, Research Tools
Inventor(s): Robert Nordon, Graham Davies, Zahra Faraji Rad, Phillip Prewett, Carl Anthony

Novel antibiofilm controlled NO release polymers

Antifouling Polymers Say NO to Biofilms! Please Click HERE to download a print friendly PDF of this opportunity. The Technology is available under licence for Free Bacterial Biofilms are a cause of industrial fouling, corrosion and infection. When formed on medical equipment such as catheters and implantable devices, biofilms can cause severe i...
Published: 26/06/2014
Category(s): Biomedical Sciences, Easy Access IP, Medical Devices - Instrumentation, Next Generation Materials, Therapeutics
Inventor(s): Nicolas Barraud, Cyrille Boyer, Hien Thi Thu Duong

Breakthroughs in carbon nanotube epoxy improve mechanical performance

Super Strength Composites …When product reliability is critical ! The Technology is available under licence for FREEUNSW researchers have developed an efficient lower cost method for manufacturing laminated composite structures for applications requiring the utmost in reliability and high performance. Whether you’re looking for the st...
Published: 12/05/2014
Category(s): Next Generation Materials, Easy Access IP
Keywords(s): Aeronautical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Defence, Easy Access IP, Surgery, Transport
Inventor(s): Ali Alamry, Bellasanty Gangadhara Prusty, Mykanth Mada, Sri Bandyopadhyay

Highly Efficient Polymerization Induced by Visible Light

A simple, widely applicable technique to produce polymers The Technology This invention is a new living free-radical polymerization technique which uses the external stimulus light as a trigger, and is oxygen tolerant. This invention allows for a high degree of control over the polymerization activation and deactivation such that well-defined po...
Published: 14/04/2014
Category(s): Next Generation Materials
Keywords(s): Biotech, Chemical, Chemical Engineering, Electronics, Material Science, Nanotech, Textiles
Inventor(s): Jiangtao Xu, Cyrille Boyer

Solving Global Water Shortages

Lowering the Cost of Desalination One third of the world’s population lacks sufficient water. The World Health Organisation predicts that by 2050 over two thirds of the world’s population will face severe water shortages. The effects of water shortage are well documented: food shortage, poor health, hunger and disease. The Technology ...
Published: 16/03/2014
Category(s): Renewable Energy & Environment, Miscellaneous, Next Generation Materials
Keywords(s): Agribusiness, Agriculture, Aquaculture, Chemical, Chemical Engineering, Cleantech, Defence
Inventor(s): Richard Pashley, Ganga Chandrasekara

Drug Delivery Solutions

AlbuMiz - a versatile nano-sized drug delivery system based on albumin. The system offers multiple drug delivery solutions. The Technology The nano-albumin (nab) technology has been successfully applied for the delivery of a range of small molecule anti-cancer drugs, most notably paclitaxel (abraxane). Here we developed a technology based on a...
Published: 25/04/2013
Category(s): Therapeutics, Next Generation Materials, Biomedical Sciences
Keywords(s): Biotech, Drug Development, Life Sciences, Metabolic Diseases, Nanotech, Oncology Diseases, Pharmaceutical
Inventor(s): Martina Stenzel, Wei Scarano, Mingtao (Roger) Liang, Domenic Svejkar
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