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BASF steps up its measures against patent infringements in the photoinitiator business

BASF has contacted distributors offering counterfeit Irgacure® 819 products for sale


BASF is taking firm steps to stop the distribution of counterfeit versions of its Irgacure® 819 photoinitiator product. After repeatedly issuing notifications, BASF has contacted distributors identified as offering counterfeit Irgacure 819 products for sale and legally insisted that they cease ...


European Spallation Source: First patent will secure scientific neutron detection


The European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund has been granted its first patent in collaboration with researchers at Linköping University. The innovation solves a significant technological challenge faced by many research facilities world-wide, and secures high-class experimental opportunities at ...


USDA patents method to reduce ammonia emissions


Capturing and recycling ammonia from livestock waste is possible using a process developed by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers. This invention could help streamline on-farm nitrogen management by allowing farmers to reduce potentially harmful ammonia emissions and concentrate ...


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Research on nanocrystals to move from lab to market

UC Riverside and The Idea Zoo, Inc., sign license agreement to commercialize research performed in Yadong Yin's lab


The University of California, Riverside has granted an exclusive license to The Idea Zoo, Inc., to commercialize nanotechnology research developed in the lab of Yadong Yin, an associate professor of chemistry.The Idea Zoo, a developer and licensor of advanced materials and technologies ...


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Bürkert receives Patent Management Award


Christian Bürkert GmbH & Co. KG won this year's IP Management Award for intellectual property. With this award the Fraunhofer IAO Institute for Industrial Engineering distinguishes companies, now for the fourth time, for their sustainable, well-aimed patent management. The award was presented at ...


American Chemical Society calls Patent Reform bill H.R. 1249 critical to U.S. economic recovery


The American Chemical Society (ACS) said that for a nation facing a looming deficit and difficult cuts to entitlements, passing H.R. 1249 and streamlining America’s patent application process is one of the single-most productive steps Congress can take to improve the economy.“Congress faces many ...


Untiring dedication to solar energy

HZB researcher honoured with solar award for his successful research


Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Schock, department head and spokesman for Solar Energy Research at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB), received the prestigious “Becquerel Prize” at the 25th “European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition” in Valencia. The EU Commission honoured the HZB scientist ...


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Red-Emitting Dyes for Optical Microscopy and Nanoscopy


Far-field optical nanoscopy methods, especially STED (stimulated emission depletion), pose very strict and, at times, contradictory requirements on the utilized fluorescent markers. Photostable fluorescent dyes that absorb in the red optical region are indispensable as labels for various micro- ...


Award for a brilliant copper trick

Polish-American polymer scientist Krzysztof Matyjaszewski receives the €10,000 Gutenberg Lecture Award of the Graduate School of Materials Science in Mainz (MAINZ)


The 2010 Gutenberg Lecture Award was today bestowed upon the Polish-American scientist Professor Dr Krzysztof Matyjaszewski for his ground-breaking developments in polymer production and processing. Matyjaszewski is one of the world’s most highly regarded chemists. He both teaches and pursues ...


Bayer MaterialScience sells know-how and patents to its partner Alanod


Bayer MaterialScience AG, Alanod Aluminium-Veredlung GmbH & Co. KG, its subsidiary Alanod-Solar and the DTNW (North-West German Textile Research Center) worked together in a consortium for several years to develop a special protective coating for aluminum mirrors used in solar thermal ...


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