Coated conductors are becoming available in sufficient lengths for insert coils, shieldings and current leads for electro-magnets. The project addresses the technical problems arising from the use of the new material.
The development of a pre-competitive prototype (pcp) design (bloodlyser), which can homogenize, mix and inject whole-blood, transform it into cdb and deliver the cdb to the spark olsp system.
A principal goal of the project is to develop novel measurement technologies and tools for characterisation of advanced semiconductor materials and for ex-situ evaluation of their fabrication technologies.
Develop and demonstrate competitive, sustainable and high quality inorganic silica sand binders for the foundry industry. Use of new scientific discoveries on how to influence the structure and behavior of silica (sio2). A market driven project: growing demand for clean and more efficient binders.
To develop a safe, minimally invasive, cost efficient and clinically tested treatment of cancer that stimulates the immune defence, gives improved cure rates and prolonged survival. ilt is much less traumatic than standard surgery and has low production and treatment cost.
Project is focused on development of integrated sensor system which will be applied to detection of ultra-violet (uv) radiation in high temperature areas. The sensor system is based on fibre-optic components built in fully portable system.
To develop a sterile, single use cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive for use as a liquid bandage or wound closure device. Adhesive will be contained within a crushable glass ampoule, inside a butyrate tube, with an applicator tip (porex), all contained inside a foil to pet or tyvek pouch.
The objective is to design optimised reactor for an efficient decontamination of solid waste, containing highly chlorinated pops (persistent organic pollutants) using cdc technology. This technology will be based on an optimized catalytic reaction with copper-based catalyst.