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Qruise - Quantum Learning
Qruise develops firmware for quantum technologies to enhance their performance. The Qruise Toolkit utilizes artificial intelligence, comprising a collection of algorithms including optimizers, simulators, machine learning, and other software components. These tools contribute to the advancement of quantum technologies by enabling improved development processes.
The ClimEtSan approach closes nutrient cycles by linking pyrolysis cookstoves and thermophilic composting. Through a holistic approach to circular economy, it improves sanitation, food security, and energy supply in partner countries in the Global South while significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Successful entrepreneur Dr. Georg Schaumann markets an innovative sensor technology through his spin-off company, SenseUp. This technology enables the rapid and efficient identification of highly productive microorganisms that utilize renewable resources to produce valuable building blocks for food and nutrition.
attyloid. particles count
Researchers from FZ Jülich and Heinrich Heine University founded the company attyloid, leveraging the sFIDA technology. This technology enables the quantification and characterization of aggregates in samples of biotherapeutic substances and biopharmaceutical products. With their expertise, attyloid aims to provide advanced solutions in the field of aggregate analysis for the pharmaceutical industry.
Priavoid - A life without dementia
Priavoid GmbH, a spin-off company from researchers at FZ Jülich and Heinrich Heine University, is dedicated to the development of therapeutics for neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS, and Huntington's disease. Their focus lies in finding effective treatments to combat these conditions and improve the lives of patients suffering from these neurodegenerative disorders.
Precors - next fuel generation
Scientists from the Institute of Energy and Climate Research founded the company PRECORS. Their key technology is based on an innovative carbon-based coating and deposition process, enabling the production of thin and lightweight bipolar plates. These plates play a crucial role in various energy conversion devices, such as fuel cells and electrolyzers, and PRECORS aims to revolutionize their manufacturing process with their cutting-edge technology.