We aim to develop antigen specific t cells against different muc1 glycoforms by means of differentiating stem cells in an artificial thymus towards dcs and t cells. These dcs will be transduced with ad-muc1 and given to t cells to generate antigen specific t cells that can be cloned.
Since 9/11, heavy emphasis has been placed on safety of infrastructures. This project will develop a monitoring system that covers the entire infrastructure, is embedded in a decision support system, and offers a platform for extension.
To develop new technology that enables mass production of stable laser modules based on photonic crystals in the wavelength range 630-670 nanometers.
To develop an (alternative) eocv (electromagnetic operated control valve) system integration method by which the eocv valves and valve operation control software can be integrated/implemented in an existing ng ice (internal combustion engine) engine management system.
To develop an innovative, low-cost and robust technique to remove arsenic from drinking water. This objective is to be achieved by integrating two complementary innovations: 1) subsurface arsenic removal. 2) arsenic filtration with adsorption of arsenic onto iron oxide coated sand.