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Dry Eye Software

Dry Eye Diagnosis and Monitoring SoftwareAvailable For: Exclusive/Non-Exclusive/OptionSummaryClinicians at Moorfields Eye Hospital, the leading provider of eye health services in Europe have developed the first medical device which is able to quantify dry eye in a patient. The software quantifies the number, distribution and size of fluorescein staining allowing screening, diagnosis and monitoring of the

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Medical Devices

Barratt: Smart Target Image-Guided Diagnosis and Treatment of Localised Prostate Cancer

SmartTarget Image Guidance System for Prostate DiseaseAvailable For: Non-exclusive licensingSummarySmartTarget is a technology developed in UCL’s Centre for Medical Image Computing (CMIC) that enables image-directed tumour targeting during minimally invasive biopsy and therapy procedures for prostate cancer patients.The Technology and its AdvantagesIn current practice, early-stage prostate cancer is managed without knowing exactly where the tumour

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Physical Sciences

Image-Guided Prostate Biopsy Device

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Physical Sciences

Passive Wireless Detection System

Available for: Licensing and Joint DevelopmentSummaryA team of researchers at UCL’s Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, have developed a method for detection and tracking using existing wireless signals (WiFi) present in the everyday environment.The Technology and its advantagesThe Passive Wireless Detection System uses software defined radio architecture, which includes proprietary signal processing and a

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Physical Sciences

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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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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Medical Devices

RetVas

RetVas: Medical Device for Quantifying Width and Tortuosity of Blood VesselsAvailable For: Exclusive licensingSummaryRetinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) is a potentially blinding disease affecting babies born prematurely. ROP occurs when the development of the retina and its vasculature is arrested and then proceeds abnormally. Unorganised development at the back of the eye can cause scarring and

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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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