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🟨 Method ⠀ 🟧 Material ⠀ 🟩 Technology ⠀ 🟦 Application

🟨 Method

Cheap and pure production of d-xylonate

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2754
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences


The invention relates to a method of producing enantiomerically pure d-xylonate with a modified Corynebacterium glutamicum strain in which the activity of the IolR gene has been reduced or eliminated.


Dr. Stephan Noak
Inventor

Dr. Dennis Oliveira
Innovation Manager

🟨 Method

Chemical interpretation of core-level x-ray photoemission spectra through a data-driven process

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2815
Peter Grünberg Institute


For material characterization and analysis, we provide a data-driven process, which enables the chemical interpretation of core-level X-ray photoemission (XPS) spectra. We utilize ab-initio data on materials to extract present phases and their respective concentrations from given spectral data.


Dr. Daniel Wortmann
Inventor

Dr. Dennis Oliveira
Innovation Manager

🟨 Method

SERPIN inhibitors for the treatment of prion and prion like diseases

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2186G
Institute for Advanced Simulation


New class of small molecules acting as SERPINA3 inhibitors, which are able to reduce PrPSc accumulation in prion-infected cell lines.


Prof. Paolo Carloni
Inventor

Dr. Dennis Oliveira
Innovation Manager

🟨 Method

Determining the speed of dispersed particles in a flowing solution

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2442
Institute of Biological Information Processing

Method for determining the velocity of dispersed particles in a flowing solution in the immediate vicinity of a solid body wall.


Prof. Dr. Peter R. Lang
Inventor

Daniel Braun
Innovation Manager

🟩 Technology

Non-invasive four-point probe measurement

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2798
Peter Grünberg Institute


The invention addresses both a device and a method for determining the electrical resistance of an object.


Prof. Dr. Voigtländer
Inventor

Dr. Jörg Bohnemann
Innovation Manager

🟩 Technology

Novel Radio Frequency Conductor with Improved Conductivity for Ultra-low-power Wireless Applications

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2610
Ernst Ruska-Centre


The invention addresses both the optimization of electrode forms for high frequency device operation as well as innovative solutions for their preparation.


Dr. Hilde Hardtdegen
Inventor

Dr.-Ing. Martin Mikulics
Inventor

Dr. Jörg Bohnemann
Innovation Manager



Energy

🟨 Method ⠀ 🟧 Material ⠀ 🟩 Technology ⠀ 🟦 Application

🟨 Method

Production of MAX Phases by Molten Salt Shielded Synthesis

Ref. Nr. TA-S0084
Institute of Energy and Climate Change


Molten Salt Shielded Synthesis (MS3) is a novel process to synthesize non-oxide powders in air. MAX phases are a new family of materials with high potential for high temperature applications due to their unique combination of properties, bridging the gap between ceramics and metals.


Prof. Dr. Jesus Gonzalez-Julian
Inventor

Dr. Ute Schelhaas
Innovation Manager

🟨 Method

Process for the Production of Components with a Precisely Defined Porosity

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2888
Central Institute for Engineering, Electronics and Analytics


The technology relates to a process for a much cheaper and easier production of components with a precisely defined porosity. By applying the method of cold gas spraying, superior components can be produced, which are commonly used in separation processes or functional testing and calibration of leak detectors.


Carsten Hoven
Inventor

Daniel Braun
Innovation Manager

🟩 Technology

Production of a Tunnel Field-Effect Transistor (TFET) for Energy-efficient Nanoelectronics

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2684
Peter Grünberg Institute


The described technology concerns a tunnel field-effect transistor (TFET) with superior tunnelling currents.


Prof. Dr. Detlev Grützmacher
Inventor

Prof. Dr. Qing-Tai Zhao
Iventor

Dr. Ute Schelhaas
Innovation Manager

🟦 Application

Laser-Foil-Welding

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2655
Central Institute of Engineering, Electronics and Analytics


A new technology to fix and weld thin foils without laborious and expensive fixtures.


Dr. Wilfried Behr
Inventor

Daniel Braun
Innovation Manager



Sustainable Bioeconomy

🟨 Method ⠀ 🟧 Material ⠀ 🟩 Technology ⠀ 🟦 Application

🟨 Method

Cheap and pure production of d-xylonate

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2754
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences


The invention relates to a method of producing enantiomerically pure d-xylonate with a modified Corynebacterium glutamicum strain in which the activity of the IolR gene has been reduced or eliminated.


Dr. Stephan Noak
Inventor

Dr. Dennis Oliveira
Innovation Manager

🟧 Material

Coumarin-caged forskolin for time-controlled cell-based camp examinations

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2859
Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine


A coumarin-caged forskolin derivative for temporally controlled cellular cAMP production was synthesized. The water-soluble caged forskolin derivative passes the membrane and accumulates inside the living cell. Subsequent photolysis releases the biologically active compound that activates membrane-bound adenylyl cyclases (ACs) and causes cAMP production.


Dr. Birte Drewes
Inventor

Dr. Dennis Oliveira
Innovation Manager

🟧 Material

Affordable compact accelerator-driven neutron source

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2588G/ 1.2705G/ 1.2665
Jülich Centre for Neutron Science


We offer an affordable compact accelerator-based neutron source (CANS) that produces neutrons by the nuclear capture reaction between a low energy proton beam and light elements as beryllium or lithium.


Dr. Eric Mauerhofer
Inventor

Dr. Thomas Gutberlet
Inventor

Dr. Jörg Bohnemann
Innovation Manager

🟩 Technology

sFIDA – single particle analysis for CNS diagnostics and QC of biopharmaceuticals

Ref. Nr. TA-S0030
Institute of Biological Information Processing


sFIDA (surface-based fluorescence intensity distribution analysis) is a platform technology for quantitating and sizing single protein aggregates.


Dr. Oliver Banach
Inventor

Dr. Andrea Mahr
Innovation Manager

🟦 Application

Slide holder and cover plate for the uptake of objects for microscopic examination by microscopy

Ref. Nr. TA-PT 1.2838
JuLab


Subject of the invention is a holder for microscopy slides, which allows freely adjusting and selecting the space between the slides, creating a frame-like holder and thus enabling a closed observation System. As no cover slides are used, living samples such as water organisms are not damaged. The frame-like holding system can also be used as a reaction chamber (e.g. acidophilic, halophilic, electrophilic).


Marcel Weckbecker
Inventor

Rene Nork
Inventor

Dr. Dennis Oliveira
Innovation Manager

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