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Certain types of university intellectual property can sometimes prove difficult to commercialise through traditional routes, usually because it is at an early stage of development, or because it presents enough uncertainty for companies to risk an investment.
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Building on previous working in adaptive optics and 3D imaging,Heriot-Watt has developed a novel approach using grisms allowing colour correction in multi-plane microscopy.
Water content in Oil & Gas transfer pipes is critical to Hydrocarbon processing and transfer.
Having proven the concept, HWU is developing technology to meet this need and seeks Industry partners for licensing & co-development of a new range of sensors for Food, Drink Oil or Gas pipelines.
Using visible light and low cost naturally occuring photocatalyst materials, Heriot-Watt University has developed a process for producing Silver nanoparticles on flexible polyimide film.
We now seek commercial partners in Antibacterials & Healthcare or flex/ flex-rigid PCB manufacture who can de...
JournalTOCs is the largest, searchable, freely available collection of scholarly journal 'Tables of Contents' in the world. It's for anyone looking for the latest papers published in International scholarly literature. A free service, customized versions with added functionality are available for li...
Heriot-Watt University has a patented machine readable hologram technology whereby a single surface relief diffractive optical element is capable of producing different patterns under different illumination wavelengths, one in the visible region and one in the non-visible region.
Metallic stents made from magnesium alloys have the benefit of being bioabsorbable but the risk of fracture during manufacturing has presented a barrier. Strathclyde has developed a process which improves the tensile strength of this naturally brittle material to improve its performance during the m...
Glasgow Caledonian University is investigating compunds for use in the modulation of macrophage cholesterol efflux and their potential use in the regulation of atherosclerosis associated with coronary heart disease (CHD)
New methods for cleaning surgical instruments that completely remove protein contamination, including prions – the infectious agents that cause Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) in humans.
These genetic markers have an identified association with the individual prediction of susceptibility and severity of Paget's disease of the bone.
A polypeptide (TCP) that can be used to develop more sensitive and selective diagnostics for detecting Factor H and Factor H autoantibodies.