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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.
University Technology’s Easy Access portal offers access to this type of intellectual property at no cost, to enable companies to evaluate it and put it to use quickly, with reduced risk.
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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.
A software analysis tool that performs quantitative and automated comparison of microscope images to assess the location of biomarkers in tissue sections.
A method for building a virtual reality system that uses prefabricated parts to completely surround a mouse’s field of view, enabling design of experiments to investigate mouse behavioural response to visual stimuli.
A generic synthesis route for the preparation of single isomer rhodamine dyes from inexpensive commercially available materials that eliminates time consuming and low yielding separation of rhodamine positional 5- and 6-isomers generated during rhodamine synthesis.
This assay is a rapid and reproducible approach for epidemiological analysis of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) clinical isolates. The assay identifies different strains on EMRSA-15, which is a major cause of hospital acquired MRSA infections in the UK and in other parts of the wo...
Bacillary dysentery caused by Shigella remains a huge threat to public health worldwide, particularly in resource-poor countries. Crohn’s disease (CD) is another serious illness commonly seen in European populations. It is known that multiple factors contribute to CD including infection by adhesive-...
Currently, licensed HPV vaccines, Cervarix and Gardasil, have been successful in preventing HPV infection and cervical cancers in teenage girls in the UK and other developed countries. However, their high costs have hindered their wider use in preventing other HPV-caused cancers (head and neck, and ...
University of Edinburgh researchers have developed a stable, effective and environmentally friendly method for labelling cellulosic materials and soluble beta-glucans using a plant enzyme, which could be used to enhance the value or performance of cellulosic materials such as textiles or papers.
There have been a number of hair dye incidents reported in the media where consumers have been exposed to either hydrogen peroxide or to a reaction intermediate that causes an allergic reaction or chemical burn.