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The invention relates to aerogels of two-dimensional materials such as graphene. This invention particularly relates to methods of making said aerogels by room temperature freeze casting (rtfc).. ... The University Of Manchester

Electrically conductive materials comprising graphene

The present invention relates to electrically conductive materials. The present invention also relates to processes for the preparation of these materials and to electronic circuits, electronic devices and textile garments that comprise them.. ... The University Of Manchester

Wide band array antenna

The invention provides an antenna array including an array of unit cells, each unit cell including two annular elements of a first type and two annular elements of a second type wherein in each unit cell: the elements of the first type comprise a balanced feed to produce radiation in a first polarisation direction, the elements of the second type comprise a balanced feed to produce radiation in a second polarisation direction, and each element of the first type is capacitively coupled to a further element of the first type located in an adjacent unit cell, and each element of the second type is capacitively coupled to a further element of the second type located in an adjacent unit cell.. . ... The University Of Manchester

Kit, composition and method for preparing a specimen for imaging and method for diagnosing a disease

The present invention relates to an imagable specimen sample, particularly an imagable histological sample for imaging via techniques such as scanning electron microscopy (sem) and transmission electron microscopy (tem). The invention provides imaging preparation compositions, such as resin compositions, which can be embedded within a specimen sample and can also encapsulate the sample. ... The University Of Manchester

Cyclic diarylboron derivatives as nlrp3 inflammasome inhibitors

Inhibitor compounds are disclosed. The compounds are effective in the treatment of diseases or conditions in which interleukin 1 β activity is implicated. ... The University Of Manchester

Methods and pharmaceutical compositions for inhibiting lymphocyte proliferation in a subject in need thereof

The present invention relates to methods and pharmaceutical compositions for inhibiting lymphocyte proliferation in a subject in need thereof. In particular, the invention relates to a ctp synthase 1 (ctps1) inhibitor for use in a method for inhibiting lymphocyte proliferation in a subject in need thereof. ... The University Of Manchester

Multilayer sheet of cells

A multilayer sheet of cells, comprising a layer of endothelial cells, and a layer of podocytes is disclosed.. . ... The University Of Manchester

Electrowetting device

An electrowetting device comprising a cell comprising a working electrode that is formed of a laminar material having a working surface having a surface roughness rq of 20 nm or less. A suitable laminar material is hopg.. ... The University Of Manchester

Treatment of cancer and benign proliferative disorders

Disclosed herein are compositions comprising lopinavir alone or in combination with ritonavir for use as a medicament in the treatment of cancer or benign proliferative disorders (warts) or in the prevention of the development of cancer. Pharmaceutical compositions formulated for topical application comprising a therapeutically effective amount of lopinavir or a therapeutically effective amount lopinavir and ritonavir in a pharmaceutically acceptable vehicle are also provided. ... The University Of Manchester

Separation of water using a membrane

This invention relates to uses of graphene oxide, and in particular graphene oxide on a porous support, and a membrane comprising these materials. This invention also relates to methods of dehydration, which include vapour phase separation and pervaporation. ... The University Of Manchester

Proton conducting membrane comprising monolithic 2d material and ionomer, a process for preparing same and use of same in fuel cell and hydrogen gas sensor

The present invention relates to a graphene-based or other 2-d material membrane which allows the passage of protons and deuterons and to a method of facilitating proton or deuteron permeation through such a membrane. Monocrystalline membranes made from mono- and few-layers of graphene, hbn, molybdenum disulfide (mos2), and tungsten disulfide (ws2) etc. ... The University Of Manchester

Electron beam resist composition

The present invention relates to an electron beam (ebeam) resist composition, particularly an (ebeam) resist composition for use in the fabrication of integrated circuits. Such resist compositions include an anti-scattering compound which minimises scattering and secondary electron generation, thus affording extremely high resolution lithography. ... The University Of Manchester

Compostitions and methods for recombinant biosynthesis of propane

Provided are genetically engineered microorganism that catalyze the synthesis of propane and/or butanol from a suitable substrate such as glucose. Also provided are methods of engineering said genetically engineered microorganism and methods of producing propane and/or butanol using the genetically engineered microorganism.. ... The University Of Manchester

Novel antimicrobial peptides

The present invention provides novel antimicrobial peptides and nucleic acids encoding them, the peptides having an inhibitory or bactericidal/bacteriostatic effect on both gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. The invention includes methods of treating bacterial infections and preventing the spread of the infections or contamination by the infection. ... The University Of Manchester

06/22/17 / #20170179314

Photovoltaic cells

This invention relates to cells and devices for harvesting light. Specifically the cell comprises at least one electrode which comprises graphene or modified graphene and layer of a transition metal dichalcogenide in a vertical heterostructure. ... The University Of Manchester

05/18/17 / #20170137490

Peptides, and methods and apparatus utilising same

The present invention relates to peptides that are able to bind to anti-pla2r antibodies. The peptides comprise the amino acid sequence k-x1-x2-x3-x4-x5-k-x6-x7-x8-x9-x10-x11-x12-x13-k (seq id no:2), in which both x1 and x13 may be cysteine residues. ... The University Of Manchester

05/04/17 / #20170123312

Secondary electron generating composition

The present invention relates to a resist composition, especially for use in the production of electronic components via electron beam lithography. In addition to the usual base polymeric component (resist polymer), a secondary electron generator is included in resist compositions of the invention in order to promote secondary electron generation. ... The University Of Manchester

04/20/17 / #20170110660

Borylated compounds

Borylated compounds are disclosed, as well as their methods of preparation and their applications. The disclosed borylated compounds are highly stable, and have reduced band gap properties, thereby making them attractive candidates for incorporation into semiconducting materials for use in a variety of electronic, optical or electro-optical devices or components.. ... The University Of Manchester

04/20/17 / #20170106342

Reduced graphene oxide barrier materials

This invention relates to barrier materials comprising reduced graphene oxide, methods of making said materials and their uses. The reduced graphene oxide is preferably formed from the reduction of graphene oxide by hi, hbr or ascorbic acid.. ... The University Of Manchester

03/30/17 / #20170090077

Improved plasmonic structures and devices

A plasmonic structure (10) comprising a layer of metal (14) in which the metal is selected from: a group 8 to group 11 transition metal, aluminium, germanium, antimony or bismuth, and a barrier layer (16) formed from a 2-d material disposed on a surface of the layer of metal (14). The metal layer has a roughness that permits the propagation of running plasmons along the interface of the metal layer and the barrier layer.. ... The University Of Manchester

03/23/17 / #20170081195

Functionalised graphene

Graphene is chemically modified by a process resulting in the introduction of functional groups located only at an edge of the graphene plane. The functionalised graphene finds uses in numerous applications and further chemical synthesis, including a process for coupling an organic or inorganic moiety to the graphene plane via the edge-located functional group. ... The University Of Manchester

02/23/17 / #20170049549

Textured surfaces for breast implants

The invention provides new devices for implantation in a patient having irregular textured surfaces, which devices show significantly improved cellular response compared to conventional smooth and textured implants, indicating that significantly improved biocompatibility would be achieved in vivo. Methods for making such new devices and surface textures are also disclosed.. ... The University Of Manchester

02/16/17 / #20170044208

Selective glucocorticoid receptor ligands

Described herein are certain steroid derivative compounds, for example of formula (i): wherein x1, x2, x3 l, and ar are as defined herein, pharmaceutical compositions comprising such compounds, the use of such compounds and compositions to specifically target glucocorticoid action, and the use of such compounds and compositions in the treatment of acute and chronic inflammatory conditions, in particular rheumatoid arthritis, haematological and other malignancies, and for causing immunosuppression in the prevention or treatment of transplant rejection, as well as methods of preparing such compounds.. . ... The University Of Manchester

01/26/17 / #20170021055

Medical device

The present invention provides a peripheral nerve growth scaffold including poly-ε-caprolactone (pcl) wherein a surface of the scaffold comprises pits (blind holes) and microgrooves, the pits covering at least 5% of the surface. In embodiments, the surface has microgrooves having an average width in the range 15-20 μm, an average depth of about 5 μm, and an average spacing in the range 3-6 μm, and pits having an average area in the range 1.1-1.5 (μm)2 with 20-26% coverage.. ... The University Of Manchester

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