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Tech of the Week Promising technologies available for sale/license.
Conventional i-Line 365nm UV makes this flexible hydrophobic coating wettable in patterns for use in electronics and biochip applications -- Much less expensive than other methods of wettability patterning, which requires special equipment.
Hydrophobic nonwoven teamed with a nanolayer can filter HVAC, turbine intakes even in high-humidity/water-laden air -- The nanofiber layer has been manufactured at basis weights as high as 40 gsm. The hydrophobic layer (upstream) sheds moisture and the dirt that absorbs it. The downstream nanofiber layer traps particulates as small as 1 micron.
Cost-effective production techniques for improved sensitivity and portability of diffraction-based point-of-care biosensors -- Highly reliable, highly accurate biosensing at a much lower cost than conventional methods. The test strips are prepared by a photolithographic printing method on metallized plastic films.
TechNeed Challenge Can you solve these technology needs?
Seeking: Non-invasive response monitoring for brain reward systems -- Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that plays a major role in reward-motivated behavior, but it is not easy to monitor non-invasively. We would like to monitor the reward system of the brain in other, non-invasive ways.
Seeking: Oil and water collector-separator -- The application uses a device that removes water, oil, and contaminants in order to provide clean compressed air downstream. We are interested in seeing technologies at all stages of development.
Seeking: GMP manufacturers for gummy or confectionery formats that can deliver non-sedating antihistamine -- Consumers may have a more pleasurable experience taking a gummy or confectionery antihistamine. Can you produce one?
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Road sensors, improved biosensors, and secondary benefits from technology scouting (Jan 14 2016)
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