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Passive Wireless Detection System
Available for: Licensing and Joint Development<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} A 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. {{end}}<h2>The Technology and its advantages</...
Published: 16/12/2014   |   Inventor(s): Karl Woodbridge, Kevin Chetty, Bo Tan
Keywords(s): Electronics, Security
Category(s): Sensors, Software - non-medical
On-Belt Tomosynthesis - A Low Cost 3D Imaging System
Available for: Licensing and co-development<h2>Summary </h2>{{start}} 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. Th...
Published: 01/03/2011   |   Inventor(s): Robert Speller, Caroline Reid
Keywords(s): Security
Category(s): Sensors, Imaging - Medical, Laboratory Equipment & Imaging
Magnetic Microbubbles
Available For: Licensing and collaborative development<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} Magnetic microbubbles can be injected into the blood stream and may be directed to a specific body location by the application of an external magnetic field. They enhance ultrasound images, and can be used to deliver, and promote uptake of, cargo molecules s...
Published: 01/03/2011   |   Inventor(s): Eleanor Stride, Quentin Pankhurst
Keywords(s): Measurement & Instrumentation
Category(s): Diagnostic/Prognostic, Sensors, Imaging - Medical
New Micro-Cantilever Configuration
Available for: Licensing and collaborative development<h2>Summary</h2> {{start}} 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 inf...
Published: 01/03/2011   |   Inventor(s): Gabriel Aeppli, Benjamin Dueck
Keywords(s): Healthcare & Research Services, Measurement & Instrumentation
Category(s): Sensors, Laboratory Equipment & Imaging
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