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Technology scouting at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences

The NMBU Technology Transfer (NMBU TTO) was established in 2004 to create value from good ideas and research results from Norwegian Institute of Life Sciences. Unlike many other TTOs in Norway, the TTO at NMBU is an internal unit that belongs to the Research Department.

  • Aimed at: TTOs
  • University: Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) (Norway)
  • TTO: NMBU Technology Transfer (NMBU TTO)


TechID units at the Hospitals of Copenhagen Region of Denmark

Copenhagen University Hospital is a conglomerate of several hospitals in the region, together with the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen. The Hospital has 5 strategic research areas, and a clinical research centre.

  • Aimed at: TTOs/PROs/Research Hospitals/Policy-makers
  • University: Hospitals of Copenhagen Region of Denmark (Denmark)
  • TTO: Clinical Research Centre and the regional Centre for Innovation and Research


TTO - A science PhD’s career option beyond the research bench

Have you ever wondered if you (or your research team) ever invent something that has direct translational value what steps will be necessary to actually bring it out in the market?


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Monodisperse microbubbles produce ultra-clear ultrasound images

Traditional imaging techniques used to be a bane to patients concerned about their long-term health and finances. With the patented microfluidic technique introduced by Tide Microfluidics in medical imaging, such issues may finally be a thing of the past.


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STORM® Skills Training Science steps in to prevent suicides

Finally, a research programme at the University of Manchester put together evidence-based skills training to equip people to detect and address suicidal tendencies.


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Targeted inhalation improves aerosol therapy efficiency

The efficiency of drug delivery to the lungs depends on various parameters, some of which are influenced by the inhalation system being utilised.


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Blood test products improve management of chronic kidney disease

With the 1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D blood tests manufactured by IDS, doctors and patients have an additional tool to diagnose and manage CKD.


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Glybera uniQure launches first gene therapy product for LPL deficiency

Gene therapy used to be a far-off idea in the medical world, but with the trailblazing approval of the world’s first gene therapy product, Glybera, a normal life may no longer be a dream for patients with genetic illnesses.


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Digit Triplet Test Screening for hearing loss made swift and easy

The University of Leuven has created a three-minute self-screening method for discovering hearing problems, which is now being used in schools and offices.


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Clinell sporicidal Wipes: Superwipe vs. superbug

UK’s top supplier of disinfectant wipes partnered with Cardiff University to produce clinical proof that a sporicidal wipe can kill the resilient bacterium, Clostridium Difficile. Their award winning partnership has yielded more positive outcomes than they hoped for.


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Cassini - True corneal shape analysis aids corrective eye surgeries

This diagnostic tool provides images of both the front and back surfaces of the cornea for a more accurate picture to guide medical procedures.