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Aqueous extract with anti-hypertensive, anti-hyperlipidemic, anti-hypercholesterolemic and antioxidant properties.


CSIC has developed a method of extracting spirulina biocomponents that possess high anti-hypertensive, anti-hyperlipidemic and antioxidant activity for use in the food, cosmetic or pharmaceutical industry.
Companies interested in patent licensing are sought for the development of these biocomponents as marketable products.

Compact and universal device for extreme macro photography


The CSIC has developed a compact and desktop device for macro enlargement photography by stacking photographs, ready to be placed on any work table. It is universal because it accepts and is configured to use a set of lenses and microscope lenses, so that you can obtain high quality photographs and infinite focus on objects from a size not visible to the naked eye (20X), to objects of various  centimeters in size.
Companies interested in patent licensing are looking for the development of this type of devices.

Procedure for the synthesis or tartaric acid and furoic acid


CSIC has developed a novel and simple method for the synthesis of the tartaric acid from furfural, obtaining, at the same time, furoic acid as a by-product. This method is based in the use of an oxidant agent and a basic catalyst which can lead to different proportions of the two acids, depending on the conditions used in the reaction.  
Companies interested in the use of this method for the synthesis of these two acids, under patent license, are sought.

Biohybrid material for removal of organic contaminants


CSIC and an international company have developed a novel hybrid material consisting on an enzyme and a structure of nanowires of iron carbonate. The effect of this particular combination is an enhancement of the catalytic activity which leads to degradation of organic molecules at short times. The nanostructure shows magnetic properties, which allow a simple recovery of the catalyst from the reaction media.
Companies interested in the use of this catalyst, under patent license, are sought.

Nano-particulate solid for water disinfection

CSIC has developed a solid photocatalyst with biocide activity which can be used for water disinfection in drinking water or sewage water. The main difference with other photocatalyst is the ability to be activated by a wide spectrum of radiation which goes from infrared to ultraviolet light; making possible the use of solar light for activating the biocide effect.  
An industrial partner interested in manufacturing this solid under a license agreement for its application in water treatment plants, or in water supply systems, is sought.
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