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Identifying structurally stable peptides
A new method for diagnostics and therapeutics development
Biotechnology
Therapeutics
Vaccines
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In vitro culture of bovine oocytes
Improved genetic gain from superior cows
Animals & Agriculture
Therapeutics
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In vitro culture of oocytes
Improved fertility and fertility preservation
Clinical sciences
Therapeutics
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Metal refining and recycling
A new separation and recovery process for refining and recycling metal
Circular economy
Sustainability
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Micellar catalysis using metal nanoparticles from bacteria
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Microfabrication method of flexible electrically conductive layers
A novel technique that allows the production of highly conductive micro-wrinkled layers on flexible substrates, that can be repeatedly deformed without loss of their electrical properties.
Biotechnology
Medical technologies
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Novel high-capacity and stable anode materials for Li-ion batteries
Environmentally-friendly anode materials with high Li-storage capacity, power density and very good cycle stability.
Energy
Materials
Sustainability
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Passive Pitch Control Mechanism for Tidal Turbine Blades
New turbine blade pitch control technology for use in renewable energy applications.
Energy
Renewables
Sustainability
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Passive Pitch Control Mechanism for Wind Turbine Blades
New turbine blade pitch control technology for use in renewable energy applications.
Energy
Renewables
Sustainability
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Poly-branched fluorescent imaging probes
Fluorescent smartprobes designed for real-time imaging of microbes in situ and ex vivo
Materials
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Liquid droplet on a repellent SLIPS coating
Practical and economical one-step water-repellent “slips” coatings
Materials
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Pressure sensors with wireless operation
A highly sensitive and flexible wireless device for detection of physiological pressure changes in a body.
Biotechnology
Data, AI & robotics
Medical technologies