Latest technologies from http://uon.technologypublisher.comBe the first to know about the latest inventions and technologies available from The University of Nottinghamen-USThu, 22 Mar 2018 02:49:00 GMTFri, 08 Apr 2016 05:58:26 GMT 2018, Regenerating Bone Tissue Using Resorbable Porous Microspheres Porous Microspheres Fri, 08 Apr 2016 05:58:26 GMTlenas@inteum.com - Novel monoclonal antibody with therapeutic utility, 06 May 2015 08:12:38 GMTlenas@inteum.com mechanism for biaxial testing of materials using uniaxial testing machines, 25 Mar 2015 11:01:35 GMTlenas@inteum.com composite fixation, 03 Dec 2014 09:02:16 GMTlenas@inteum.com - Biodegradable Bone Composite, 02 Dec 2014 03:39:47 GMTlenas@inteum.com configurable imaging array chip (SKED) Knife Edge Detector (SKED) Background SKED is an innovative technology for detecting laser ultrasonic waves on the surface of a ?rough? sample. The problem with conventional ultrasonic (non-laser) is that it requires contacting transducers to generate and detect the ultrasonic waves. This means the methods are unsuitable for inaccessible or hazardous environments. Laser ultrasonic overcomes these problems by using a laser to generate and detect the sound waves. A major problem with laser ultrasonic is detecting the waves from a rough surface. When the sample to be examined is ...Thu, 15 Nov 2012 09:45:39 GMTlenas@inteum.com polymers which resist bacterial attachment, 09 Feb 2012 08:52:40 GMTlenas@inteum.com of Pseudomonas infection in urine/blood and saliva, 09 Feb 2012 08:52:38 GMTlenas@inteum.com for the novel treatment of haemorrhoids Summary It is estimated that between 4 - 25% of the UK population is affected by haemorrhoids, with the condition being more common in the 45-65 age group, in pregnant women and in obese people. They cause itchiness, pain and bleeding and can vary in severity, with more serious cases requiring surgical intervention. Around 9 in 10 people however do not require an invasive therapy and are suitable for topical treatment. A novel topical treatment has been developed within the University of Nottingham. A patent application was filed October 2011 by the University. Thu, 09 Feb 2012 07:35:15 GMTlenas@inteum.com capture using novel sorbent, 13 Jan 2012 06:52:59 GMTlenas@inteum.com and Electrochemical Synthesis in Carbon Nanotube Assisted Metastable Organoaqueous Media, 13 Jan 2012 06:50:19 GMTlenas@inteum.com composites of ionic liquid and polymer, 01 Dec 2011 02:50:46 GMTlenas@inteum.com Sensitivity Test, 30 Nov 2011 04:31:01 GMTlenas@inteum.com resolved acoustic spectroscopy imaging (SRAS) Measuring material microstructure Summary An exciting new ultrasonic technique known as Spatially Resolved Acoustic Spectroscopy (SRAS) has been developed at the University of Nottingham. This technique, which can replaced EBSD, can direct image the microstructure of materials ? for example titanium, steel and aluminium and be used to measure properties such as the grain orientation, grain size distribution and texture. It can also be used to measure and image coating thickness. The ability to map the material microstructure ? in effect to image the grains ? quickly and in a ...Fri, 18 Nov 2011 08:57:57 GMTlenas@inteum.com formation of diamond and cubic boron nitride (cbn) crystallites from parent crystals or solids (DiaTex), 18 Nov 2011 08:26:40 GMTlenas@inteum.com Cheap Optical Transducers, 18 Nov 2011 07:52:17 GMTlenas@inteum.com of salt beads from fine salt powder, 18 Nov 2011 07:42:41 GMTlenas@inteum.com in and Relating to Microscopy (SPR, Surface Plasmon Microscopy), 18 Nov 2011 07:40:16 GMTlenas@inteum.com spectral imaging for automated Mohs Micrographic surgery of Basal Cell Carcinoma, 23 Nov 2009 07:57:07 GMTlenas@inteum.com negative / counter selection marker for use in clostridia manipulation of Clostridium SummaryA research team led by Prof Nigel Minton has developed ways to engineer species of Clostridium to either introduce news genes into their chromosome or to delete gene sequences from their genome. The Clostridia have until now been recalcitrant species for gene manipulation, however, our new technology enables Clostridia to be manipulated for industrial, research and other applied uses. We have three current patent applications to protect various aspects of the technology. By way of example one is outlined here. This technology enables the seque...Thu, 12 Nov 2009 01:13:20 GMTlenas@inteum.com Biomaterials - Application to Medical Devices aimed at the minimisation of implant associated infection, 21 Aug 2009 09:09:24 GMTlenas@inteum.com