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Novel fixation technology for orthopaedic surgeries

This technology, that is able to provide screw-strength fixation that can be tuned to different bone properties, whilst allowing non-axisymmetric/multiple fixation features, could enable new/improved orthopaedic treatments.

CHORDs - Construction of highly ordered repetitive DNA sequences

CHORDS is a dual clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)/Golden gate assembly method for the construction of repetitive DNA sequences.

Improved Mycobacterial Tetracycline Inducible Vectors

A range of improved tetracycline inducible vectors to study the function of essential mycobacterial genes.

Portfolio of human colorectal adenocarcinomas

A portfolio of human colorectal adenocarcenoma cell lines including primary cell lines isolated from patients (of various Duke's stages and histological grades) in addition to cloned cells lines genetically modified to highly express alpha integrin domains.

Dependent personality questionnaire

A simple self-rating questionnaire for dependent personality features

Partial Covariance 2D Mass Spectrometry

A software package to uncover “hidden” structurally relevant signals that are below the ad hoc intensity thresholds in conventional MS.

Verismith: detecting bugs in synthesis tools

Verismith is a software program that is able to detect and locate bugs in synthesis tools.

Novel vortex laser

A high-power and high-efficiency new methodology for laser vortex creation that enables new devices and applications with vortex spatial format.

Seismic Metamaterials

The invention provides a vibration shield structure which can be installed around an area or building to be protected from ground vibration

Novel inhibitor of neuropathic pain

This novel neutralising antibody-based approach offers an innovative and valuable therapeutic strategy for patients with neuropathic pain.

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