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The University Of Nottingham patents

Recent patent applications related to The University Of Nottingham. The University Of Nottingham is listed as an Agent/Assignee. Note: The University Of Nottingham may have other listings under different names/spellings. We're not affiliated with The University Of Nottingham, we're just tracking patents.

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07/06/17Cell culture substrate
05/04/17Determining air leakage
03/30/17Methods for improving abiotic stress response
03/23/17Transduction
02/23/17Piperazine derivatives for treating disorders
02/16/17Terpene and terpenoid derivatives containing vinyl groups for the preparation of polymers
02/02/17Capillary refill measurement
01/05/17Surgical spinal device
10/27/16Mycobacteria detection using bacteriophages
10/06/16Composition
10/06/16Treatment for cancer
10/06/16Measurement of tissue structures
09/29/16Mixing reactor and method
09/29/16Additive manufacturing
09/15/16Glycans as functional cancer targets and antibodies thereto
05/12/16Amniotic membrane
05/12/16Alkyl quinolones as biomarkers of pseudomonas aeruginosa infection and uses thereof
02/11/16Oil body extraction and uses
02/11/16Electric machine fault detection
01/28/16Composition and use
12/24/15Mixing reactor and related process
12/03/15Methods
10/08/15Monitoring and/or characterising biological or chemical material
09/17/15Method and system for optical evaluation, and optical detector
09/03/15Surface plasmon microscopy
06/25/15Metal-organic frameworks
05/14/15Implant
02/26/15Bacterial expression system
02/26/15Vector
02/19/15Metal-organic frameworks (mof) for gas capture
01/08/15Bone-derived extra cellular matrix gel
12/25/14Carnitine retention
10/23/14Novel polymers which resist bacterial attachment
08/28/14Photoplethysmography
02/13/14Oil body extraction and uses
09/19/13Composition comprising sortase anchored surface proteins of streptococcus uberis
07/18/13Methods for improving abiotic stress response
06/06/13Charge storage device and manufacturing it
05/10/12Xanthan gum and swellable particulate containing composition and uses thereof
04/26/12Composition comprising sortase anchored surface proteins of streptococcus uberis
04/26/12Method of double crossover homologous recombination in clostridia
01/19/12Degradable composite
12/01/11Novel methods of differentiating yeast strains and/or determining genetic stability of yeast strains, and uses thereof
11/17/11Specimen creep test and methods of using such tests
09/29/11Inhibitors
07/14/11Power generation
07/07/11Heat exchanger arrangement
04/21/11Pyrimidines, triazines and their use as pharmaceutical agents
03/10/11Stabilisation of blood cell conjugates
02/03/11Methods of modifying nucleic acids in host cells
06/10/10Feedback device
06/03/10Nanoparticles and fabrication thereof
05/06/10Power conversion
04/29/10Stabilisation of biological cell markers
12/17/09Regulating fat and carbohydrate oxidation in muscle tissue comprising controlling garnitine content in muscle
12/10/09Photoplethysmography
08/06/09Novel catalysts for the polymerisation of carbonyl-containing or cyclic monomers







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