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Non-Volatile Memory - Resistive Random Access Memory RRAM

Available for: Licensing and Joint DevelopmentSummaryResearch within the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering (E&EE) at UCL has led to the realisation of a new memory device, based on resistive switching which has the potential to be integrated directly onto silicon. The memory device exhibits very fast switching with high resistance contrast, requiring low switching

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Physical Sciences

III-V laser diodes on germanium substrates

Available For: Licensing and joint developmentSummaryThe Photonics Research Group at UCL have recently developed and demonstrated a monolithically integrated III-V compound semiconductor photonic structure on a Silicon substrate. The monolithic III-V on Silicon device opens up new possibilities for integrated system-on-a-chip designs with high bandwidth and high data transfer rates. The Technology and Its AdvantagesThe

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Biopharm

Superior X-Ray Imaging for Early Detection of Breast Cancer

Superior X-Ray Imaging for Early Detection of Breast CancerAvailable For: Licensing and co-developmentSummaryProfessor Robert Speller and his team at University College London have developed a novel phase contrast x-ray technology with the potential for improved image quality and enhanced diagnostic potential when applied to mammography. This technology will provide earlier more accurate detection of breast

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Physical Sciences

Ultra-Fast Fluidic Analysis

Ultra-Fast Fluidic AnalysisAvailable For: Licensing and collaborative developmentSummaryA research group at UCL have developed a new microfluidic-based method which can be used in combination with either chemical or optical heating-based denaturation to measure protein stability curves and calculate affinity constants from nanolitre sample volumes. Measurement times are significantly reduced from standard methods and envisaged applications

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Physical Sciences

New Micro-Cantilever Configuration

New Micro-Cantilever ConfigurationAvailable for: Licensing and collaborative developmentSummary A team at London Centre for Nanotechnology are developing a device that is already being used to detect the presence viruses, bacteria and proteins from a single sample. It is based on a cantilever sensing method and is configured to give binding energy information as well as

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Physical Sciences

On-Belt Tomosynthesis - A Low Cost 3D Imaging System

On-Belt Tomosynthesis – A Low Cost 3D Imaging SystemAvailable for: Licensing and co-developmentSummary Professor Robert Speller and his team at University College London have developed a novel On-Belt Tomosynthesis system with the potential to produce high quality 3D composite images, at low cost, whilst baggage remains in transit through an airport conveyor system. This technology

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Physical Sciences

Radiation Location System with Directional Sensitivity

RadICAL (Radiation Imaging Cylinder Activity Locator)Available for: Licensing and co-developmentSummary Professor Robert Speller and his team at University College London (UCL) have developed a novel radiation location system with directional sensitivity suitable for surveillance and mapping of radioactive isotope distributions. This technology is currently available for licensing and UCL Business PLC, UCL’swholly owned commercialisation company,is

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Biopharm

Maxwell: Compliment Factor H Related 5 protein (CFHR5) and kidney disease

A new biologic treatment and diagnostic for kidney diseaseAvailable for: Partnering, collaborative research ad licensingSummaryWe have demonstrated that an abnormality of the protein Complement Factor H Related 5 (CFHR5) leads to a disposition ofcomplement C3 and kidney failure. we have invented an efficient test for this genetic abnormality and have used it to screen a

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Lowering LDL cholesterol levels by antisense oligonucleotide induced alternative splicing of apolipoprotein B

A new treatment for hypercholesterolaemia using antisense oligonucleotidesAvailable for: Collaborative research and licensingSummaryWe have invented an entirely novel method for lowering cholesterol levels as a treatment for the common genetic disease, familial hypercholesterolaemia. We have devised a treatment that uses exon-skipping antisense oligonucleotides (ASOs) that cause skipping of APOB exon 27. Removal of this exon

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Diagnosing Apoptosing Retinal Cells: Diagnostic for Glaucoma & Alzheimers Disease

DARC: An Early Stage Diagnostic for Glaucoma, Alzheimer’s and other Neurodegenerative DiseasesAvailable For: Exclusive licensingSummaryDARC: the Diagnosis of Apoptosing Retinal Cells is a new early stage diagnostic method for glaucoma, Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. DARC can also be used as an end point marker for the evaluation of neuroprotective drugs.The Technology and its AdvantagesNervecell

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