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Partner Technologies

UNSW Sydney collaborates with partner institutions around the world to jointly market and license innovative technologies. Here's some technologies available for licensing by our partners through the PLuS Alliance.

We face massive global challenges. Universities need to share knowledge and work together to solve them. By combining the talent and resources of Arizona State University, Kings College London and UNSW Sydney our PLuS Alliance will be better equipped than a single institution to contribute to a sustainable future. Find out more > 

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Next Generation Materials
Partner Technology: Arizona State University
Multifunctional Coating For The Prevention of Icing
This technology was developed at Arizona State University (ASU) and is available for license.
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Next Generation Materials
Partner Technology: Arizona State University
Bundle of High Efficiency Vortex Tube Cooler for Air/Gas Drilling
Low-cost cooling device for drilling oil wells
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Predicting Alzheimer's Disease
Assay for predicting conversion to Alzheimer's Disease and Monitoring disease progression.
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Predictive Marker for Pre-Term Birth
Identifying the presence of asymptomatic infection or a genetic predisposition to spontaneous preterm birth.
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Detection of Early Stage Heart Failure
An accurate test for detecting patients with abnormal left ventricle function in early heart failure.
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Next Generation Materials
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What if we could solve global problems?
We can! By combining research talent and resources, the Alliance will be better equipped than any single institution to develop solutions to global challenges
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Next Generation Materials
Partner Technology: Arizona State University
The Strengthening and Cementation of Soils
An invention that induces carbonate precipitation in soils.
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Water, Environment and Sustainability
Partner Technology: Arizona State University
Flash Treatment of Carbon Dioxide Gas
High-temperature Flash Treatment of CO2 Sequestration Feedstock Minerals
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Next Generation Materials
Partner Technology: Arizona State University
Method of Precious-Metal Recovery from Waste Streams
Researchers at Arizona State University have developed a system that removes and recovers PGMs, such as palladium, from waste streams and recycles them for catalytic applications.
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Novel Naloxone Formulations
Buccal naloxone formulations for emergency opiate overdose reversal.
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Candida: Anti-fungal target and immunotherapeutic candidate
Candidalysin represents a very promising new therapeutic target to treat C. albicans infections, overcoming resistance to existing anti-fungals. As a vaccine candidate it can be delivered via a number of routes; oral or vaginal delivery to elicit mucosal immunity and i.v. or i.p. delivery for systemic protection. Antibodies against candidalysin might be used therapeutically to produce passive immunity and the peptide may be a drug target for development of new anti-fungal agents.
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
3D printing of medical devices using two-component silicone
The system being developed by a team led by a King’s College London researcher is unique in its ability to 3D print a biocompatible two-part silicone required for medical devices such as facial/body prostheses. Silicone formulations have been developed and printed using a modified 3D printer with a custom print head to print room-temperature curing silicone objects with properties similar to those required for prostheses.
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Magnetic Resonance Elastography for non-invasive imaging of cancer and fibrosis
Researchers at King’s College London have invented novel Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE) units that work alongside standard MRI scanners to provide information on tissue characteristics. The potential of this novel, non-invasive method for early diagnosis, is enormous.
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Mapping of Ablation Sites to Guide Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation
A treatment for Atrial Fibrillation in drug refractory patients
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Biomedical Sciences
Partner Technology: Kings College
Perfusion Phantom for Quantitative Medical Imaging
A medical imaging perfusion phantom, which reproduces the anatomy and physiology of a 60 kg patient and simulates blood flow in the large thoracic vessels and in the myocardium.

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