Novosibirsk university has developed a technology for the weak soil strengthening of constructions and buildings foundations without excavation. The technology feature fastening of subsiding soil with built-in-place piles when the ousting soil is compressed and provides the required strength. The University is looking for partners for joint further development and manufacturing agreement.
Russian small-size innovation company located in Novosibirsk Research Centre offers to organize series production of patented gas vortex gradientless bioreactors. The device is designed to manufacture any biotechnology product. Technology can be efficiently used to cultivate virtually any type of cells including embryonic ones and microorganisms. Industrial applications demonstrate complete repeatability of laboratory results and high economic efficiency. The company is looking for industrial partners to organize joint manufacturing of bioreactors and/or to manufacture biotechnology products with the use of the bioreactors.
A Russian company from Akademgorodok, Novosibirsk, developed a scanning flow cytometer of a new generation. Due to an original optics system and data processing algorithm, developed by the company, the volume of processed information is significantly increased. The technology allows early diagnostics of oncologic and immunologic diseases by blood cells morphology. The company is interested in a joint venture or a license agreement.
Institute Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences proposes a new modes of radiation therapy with 6.3 MeV fast neutrons for radioresistant malignant tumors of salivary and thyroid glands, locally-advanced primary breast cancer and breast cancer local recurrences have been developed and clinically investigated. The novel approach to combined modality treatment including intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT) and distant gamma therapy (DGT) for malignant tumors of breast, head and neck, loco-motor system, and gynecological tumors is proposed.
A company from Novosibirsk region of Russia has developed an environmentally friendly technology to produce standardized raw materials of medicinal plants and to develop new high-yield species of plants, including rare, for the creation of industrial plantations. New, highly productive forms of plants suitable for industrial plantations are obtained with this technology. The company is interested in finding a partner for joint venture for industrial cultivation of medicinal herbs.
A university from Krasnoyarsk has developed hypoallergic high-performance nontoxic biocompatible and biodegradable implants based on collagen-chitosan biopolymers. The implants are designed for restoration of atrophied and degenerative inflammatory tissues of periodontitis, eyes and skin and for treatment of female genital tracts dysbiosis. The implants improve blood supply up to 70 times and reconstruct completely micro-vessels. The university is interested in joint venture agreements, license agreements or commercial agreements with technical assistance.
A research institute from Novosibirsk has developed an automated laser beam machine for material cutting, welding, heat treatment and laser-powder surfacing. The laser beam machine has a special self-filtered resonator achieving high quality radiation at power up to 10 kW. The machine can operate at technical purity gases and the CO2 – Air mixture (without N2 и He). The authors are interested in technical cooperation, commercial agreements with technical assistance or license agreements.
A company from Novosibirsk (Russia) has developed a technique for making a combination of silver ions with a medical dye methylene blue in order to create medications against HIV and some types of cancer. When this substance gets into an organism, a colorless leuco-forma of methylene blue is formed. In combination with silver ions this composition is able to destroy viruses and cancer cells. The company is interested in technical cooperation or license agreement.
A company from the Science Town of Koltsovo (Russia) offers immunoenzymatic test kits for detecting the following diseases in livestock and pets: leptospirosis, brucellosis, yersiniosis, chlamydia, mycoplasmosis, ureaplasmosis, listeriosis, toxocariasis, and ascariasis. The accuracy of the tests is 98 to 100 per cent. The test kits perform the analysis 5-10 times faster than do the traditional methods. The company is interested in a joint venture or financial resources.