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Universidad de Burgos

Street
C/Hospital del Rey
ZIP Code
09001
City
Burgos
Country
Spain


Company Profile:
The University of Burgos is located within the Campus of San Amaro, which boasts an extremely fine historic and artistic enclave: the Hospital del Rey. A former hospital for pilgrims of the Road to Santiago, it was founded in 1195 by Alfonso VII. Within the university campus both the ancient heritage and the most avant-garde facilities and technology coexist in a perfect dialogue of harmony that favours both teaching and innovation. Furthermore, the University of Burgos is located just a short distance from the core centre of Burgos, a city whose artistic jewels, monuments and history are a lure and an invitation to study the Spanish language and culture.

The University of Burgos currently has almost 11,000 students studying at 5 centres: the Science Faculties, the Faculty of Economics and Business Studies, the Faculty of Humanities and Education, the Faculty of Law, and the Higher Polytechnic School, as well as at three associated schools, the School of Nursing, the School of Labour Relations and the School of Tourism. It currently offers over 30 different undergraduate degrees and, in addition, over 20 PhD Programmes, as well as several Official Masters and other graduate courses.

There are 67 research groups classified in four main research fields: Scientific-Biotechnology, Engineer and Construction, Law, Economic and Business and Humanities and Education. 10 of these groups are recognized as Excellence Research Groups by the regional public administration based on several specific criteria that show a consolidated prestige not only at national but also at international level with a relevant number of publications in the best research journals.
Profiltitel

Advanced treatment process wastewater biogas suitable for wastewater with oils and fats

What we offer:
Advanced treatment process wastewater biogas suitable for wastewater oils and fats

Description

Process that allows the recovery of energy from fats and oils present in wastewaters from the food industries through advanced membrane reactors AnMBR. It is known that the presence of fat at low concentrations causes significant long-term alterations in conventional anaerobic treatment processes, and to reduce fouling problems aerobic MBR is recommended predesengrasado. However, combining the advantages of the anaerobic process and membrane separation is competitive with grease wastewater.

Need or problem solving

The anaerobic reactor used AnMBR membrane modules submerged hollow fiber. The reactor is decomposed into two stages: upflow anaerobic sludge in suspension upstream and filtration tanks are in series with recirculation. The wastewater is introduced at the bottom of the anaerobic reactor. A pump continuously recirculated sludge reactor to the filtration unit which, for overflow return to the reactor. In the filtration tank modules are submerged hollow fiber filter for separating the treated water, microfiltered anaerobic sludge remaining in the system. The agitation of the hollow fibers are made by bubbling biogas. Both the reactor and the filtration tank outlets have at the top for the collection of biogas.

The separation of the two stages prevents direct contact of the fats it contains the water filtration membranes and facilitates cleaning since it allows to perform maintenance in the membrane tank without opening the anaerobic reactor.

The retention of biomass by filtration prevents mud loss problems characteristic of anaerobic processes based on gravitational separation, when treat wastewater with high content of oils and fats.

Innovative aspects

Direct treatment of wastewater with high content of oils and fats without coagulation-flocculation-flotation pretreatment for removal of fat. By eliminating the physical-chemical pretreatment reduces the cost of coagulants and flocculants and management of sludge flotation. According to the chemical composition of oils and fats have a high potential methanogenic, which is optimal energy use.

Applicability of the Technology

Wastewater treatment with high content of oils and fats

Level of development
In research and development phase

In prototype

What are we looking for:
We are looking food industry's leading companies in which it is necessary to treat their wastewater with high content of oils and fats.

For more information visit the website of the group at the University of Burgos "WASTE WATER TREATMENT"

http://www2.ubu.es/ginves/cien_biotec/badar/uk/index.htm

Keywords:
  • ] Materials technology
  • ] Organic substances
  • ] Separation Technologies
  • ] Biology/Biotechnology
  • ] Environment
  • ] Waste management


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

Devices for testing and materials characterization techniques based multiple choice electrochemical

What we offer:
Description

Multiple response techniques are all those in simultaneously obtained more than one answer on the same system or chemical process. Electrochemistry is usually used as a way to control the oxidation state of the material analyzed, obtaining the same experience one or more spectroscopic information or other signal, such as from a high precision balance.
Color changes, changes in electronic structure, mass variations by oxidation or by deposition on an electrode can be studied with multiple response techniques. Our group has used successfully in the study of different materials (carbon nanotubes, conductive polymers, metal nanoparticles and hybrid materials), but can provide qualitative and quantitative quality of any other materials

Need or problem solving

One of the techniques developed in our group, Two-dimensional spectroscopy. It shows a team for the simultaneous measurement of two optical and one electrical. In this particular case the equipment consists of a light source whose radiation comes through fiber optics to the cuvette containing the test material. In cell introduces three electrodes connected to the potentiostat. The cell holder has attachment points for optical fibers with lenses that collimate the incident beam. This, after crossing the electrode and / or dissolution in which the reaction is occurring, decreases or increases in intensity in proportion to the amount of absorbent material or reagents present in the cell. The emerging light is collected by optical fibers that lead to the corresponding monochromator, which dispersed into different wavelengths on a battery detector diodes. The time synchronization of electrochemical and spectroscopic equipment is key, since small errors in the log of time can lead to large errors in the calculated potential. The experiment control and data recording is performed with two separate computers.

Our working group is also developing cells that are used for multiple response measures. Many of them are designed and built according to the problem.

Innovative aspects

The techniques developed in our group have not yet been marketed in compact instruments, although most of the key modules that are used can be found on the market. The modularity of the components allows their combination in the right way to get the best results according to each problem. While the components used are well known, the assembly of these is a technology in the international context. One of the great advantages of these techniques is that they are relatively inexpensive in relation to other instruments and the great information you are able to provide.

Applicability of the Technology

Our technologies have been successfully applied to the study and characterization of new materials:

Conducting Polymers

metal nanoparticles

Carbon Nanotubes

biomolecules

No doubt can be used with materials more "classic" they are capable of being oxidized or reduced or suffer some kind of transformation over time.

Level of development

Developed but not marketed
In prototype

We have prototypes of the cells to use, but not a compact instrument system (not sold).

What are we looking for:
They look for companies that are interested in technology to achieve an operating agreement with it.

For more information to understand the working lines of Instrumental Analysis Research Group at the University of Burgos visit the website www.ubu.es / instrumental

Keywords:
  • ] Materials technology
  • ] Analytical chemistry
  • ] Chemical material testing


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

Procedure for the determination of cocaine using an enzymatic biosensor

What we offer:
Description

It has done the design, construction and method of using a system of three electrodes (working electrode subsequently modified with immobilization of an enzyme, a reference and an auxiliary) Disposable screen-printed on a polyester base (PET) which are arranged space allows quick analysis "in situ" of small sample volumes by electrochemical techniques

Need or problem solving

It has built a device containing three electrodes serigrafiados.Dos models electrodes, carbon paste screen-printed, will act as working electrodes, one printed with an ink of Ag / AgCl reference electrode acts as the third, also of carbon, as counter or auxiliary

Three different screens were designed for the manufacture of these devices, for each level of ink deposition
A second screen that defines the shape and position of the reference electrode
And the last screen for the deposition of the insulating material to prevent contact between the solution and conductive pathways
The construction process involves screen basically three stages involving the sequential deposition of different inks and subsequent healing.
The first step involves the deposition of graphite ink (Electrodag 407A) on the polyester substrate and subsequently cured at 120 ° C for 30 min.
Then properly aligns the substrate, which already contains the printed ink, graphite and screen that defines the reference electrode. Ink is deposited Ag / AgCl (Electrodag 6037 SS), and cured under the same conditions.
Finally, in order to define the electrochemically active area, a final layer of insulating ink is printed using a third pattern, freeing the top of the conductive surfaces of Ag for the corresponding electrical connections

Innovative aspects
The determination of cocaine has been carried out using chromatographic techniques usually very expensive
It is also a direct technique, fast, easy and inexpensive

Applicability of the Technology
Of great interest for the determination of this substance in routine testing of biological samples. Equally useful for determining the purity of the samples of the drug.

Companies related to doping control

Level of development

Developed but not marketed

What are we looking for:
They look for companies that want to use this technology established an agreement for the exploitation of this technology.

For most lines of work, projects and results of the research group, please visit the link www.ubu.es / elan

Keywords:
  • ] Materials technology
  • ] Chemical material testing


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

New Catalysts of ruthenium (II) for selective hydration reactions and alkynes organonitrilos

What we offer:
Need or problem solving

Hydration of nitriles

Amides are elementary building blocks in organic synthesis, but also present, in themselves, many industrial applications such as drug. Consequently, the hydration of nitriles to generate the corresponding amides is a transformation of general interest. Traditionally this process has been carried out in the presence of strong acids or bases as catalysts, but these classical protocols have some drawbacks, including: (1) Reaction conditions drastic that exclude the presence of functional groups sensitive to pH's extremes (2) Difficult to stop the reactions in the product amide, which usually takes place and a subsequent hydrolysis step leads to the corresponding carboxylic acid, particularly in basic medium (see figure 2), (3) in addition, the final stage of neutralization both in acidic and in basic medium, leads to the formation of undesirable salts from the industrial point of view, as they cause pollution of final product and generate waste.

These drawbacks can be overcome by using transition metal complexes as catalysts. The activation of the C º N, takes place through coordination to the metal center, which accelerates the stage of hydration. In particular, ruthenium complexes are prominent in the evolution of such processes by three types of strategies: (a) the use of hydrophilic catalysts in aqueous medium, to avoid the disadvantages associated with organic solvents into employment, (b ) in the same direction, using pure water as solvent with hydrophobic catalysts and surfactants (surfactants) to facilitate solubilization of the latter, and (c) the use of anhydrous reaction media and organic compounds as a source aldoxime of water to expand the number of bodily functions compatible with the process so that the hydrolysis-sensitive groups are tolerated.

Hydration of alkynes

Hydration of alkynes, in turn, is a reaction that allows for a degree of carbonyls with optimal atom economy. Generally, these additions follow Markovnikov's rule (see diagram 3). So for example, a terminal alkyne can be hydrated to give the corresponding methyl ketone, using different acid catalysts and / or metal (usually salts of Hg (II), a strongly acidic pH). However, this protocol is very benign from an environmental perspective. On the other hand, the group recently achieved Grotjahn develop a general type bifunctional catalyst for the hydration of alkynes to aldehydes (anti-Markovnikov product) at neutral pH and with a high degree of selectivity, but using an organic solvent as a means of reaction. This process exceeds the hydroboration / oxidation of terminal alkynes as traditional strategy for alkynes from aldehydes, but again it would be desirable to go one step further in achieving a cleaner process, making it viable in aqueous medium. It could also expand its scope, the addition of amines.
On the other hand, it is possible to design more complex catalytic processes, in tandem or "one-pot" from functionalized alkynes with amines or alcohols, so that upon activation of the triple bond, cyclization occurs to give rise to indole or benzofuran type heterocycles. Again, Grotjahn group has pioneered this approach and their results suggest an unexpected mechanism based on the direct cyclization of ruthenium vinylidene formed as an intermediate in the catalytic cycle.
In particular type complexes have [RuX2 (p-cim) (L)] and [Rux (p-cim) (LL)] And with families phenanthroline ligands, diamino-triazine and amino-phosphine, active in the addition of water on nitrile and alkyne groups

Innovative aspects

These catalytic systems allow access to amides from nitriles and organ-ketones from alkynes, both selectively and minimizing side products

Applicability of the Technology

For the synthesis of amides, aldehydes, ketones or commercial interests.

Level of development

In research and development phase

Intellectual Property Rights

Secret know-how

What are we looking for:
Companies engaged in its process synthesis of amides, ketones or aldehydes commercial interests.

For more information, visit the website of the research group at the University of Burgos Homogeneus Analyisis.

www.ubu.es/ruca

Keywords:
  • ] Materials technology
  • ] Anoganic substances


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement
  • Research and development
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

New procedure for the catalytic reduction of nitro compounds

What we offer:
Description

The present invention relates to a new general procedure for reduction to anilines nitroarenos using a catalyst of Mo (VI) and pinacol as a reducing agent. The products are obtained with excellent yields. This new procedure known for using a reducing agent easily accessible, non-toxic and also non-toxic byproducts generated and easily separable from the amine synthesized

Innovative aspects

The classic and most general methods for reducing nitro compounds fall into two groups: (a) catalytic hydrogenation using molecular hydrogen, and (b) chemical reduction, usually with a metal in acid medium. A review of different methods for the reduction of organic nitro compounds to amines can be found, for example, in (a) Larock, R. C. "Comprehensive Organic Transformations: A Guide to Functional Group Preparation", 2nd ed., Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 1999, 821-828. (b) Ono, N. "The Nitro Group in Organic Synthesis", Wiley-VCH, New York, 2001. (c) Blaser, H.-U.; Steiner, H., Studer, M. "Selective Catalytic Hydrogenation of functionalized Nitroarenes: An Update" Cat Chem Chem 2009, 1, 210-221.

The advantages of the new methodology on these are: front of the catalytic hydrogenation: The reaction is more selective, producing no reduction in other groups such as olefins, carbonyls, nitriles and halogen lamps. The new process does not involve the handling and storage of hydrogen gas, all solid or liquid reagents are easily manipulated. Faced with the metal reduction in acid medium: The new process is more selective, allows the reduction of compounds with functional groups sensitive to acidic and employs catalytic amounts of the metal complex (not always possible in the reductions in acid). Against both classical methodologies: The new process generally takes place in shorter reaction times and milder conditions. The reaction is carried out in the air, no need to use an inert atmosphere. The products generated are primarily water and acetone, environmentally benign and readily separable from the reaction medium. Isolation of amines with analytical purity without column chromatography (economic and environmental benefits).

What are we looking for:
Is looking for companies interested which develop Synthesis of compounds containing amines in its structure, which may have different properties (drugs, pesticides, materials, pigments, ligands in catalysis ...) and demonstrated. Therefore, applicability to the materials industry, pharmaceutical, agrochemical, photographic, etc. ..

For more information, visit the website of the research group at the University of Burgos New Methods in Organic Synthesis

www.ubu.es/sintorg

Keywords:
  • ] Materials technology
  • ] Organic substances


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement
  • Research and development
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

New procedure for the catalytic reduction of organic sulfoxides

What we offer:
Description

This technology refers to a new general procedure for the reduction of sulfoxides to sulfides using [MoO2Cl2 (dmf) 2] as catalyst and pinacol as a reductant. The products are obtained with excellent yields and are not detected reaction byproducts. This new procedure known for using a reducing agent easily accessible, non-toxic and also non-toxic byproducts generated and synthesized sulfur easily separable

Innovative aspects

The reduction of sulfoxides to their corresponding sulfides is an important reaction both in useful biochemical reactions and in reactions of organic synthesis. In general, for the reduction of sulfoxides to sulfides have been used sulfur-containing compounds such as thiols, hydrogen sulfide, such as fatty acids or fatty carboditiónicos tiofosfónicos or Thiophosphoric, chlorides such as sodium chloride or sulfonyl sulfinyl, disulfides, elemental sulfur (S8) and thionyl chloride. However, these methods have certain disadvantages, necessitating the development of new methods of reducing sulfur-containing compounds.

Among the disadvantages of many of the known methods for the reduction of sulfoxides to sulfides are the reaction conditions which are incompatible with the presence of sensitive functional groups in the molecule. Similarly, many of these known methods result in products difficult to separate the final product, which necessitate tedious and costly purification steps to obtain the pure product. Many of the products, reducers and solvents used in reactions as the above methods are toxic and environmentally problematic.

The purpose of this technology is, therefore, provide a process for the catalytic reduction of organic compounds that include a functional group sulfoxide to sulfide-type organic compound R1-S-R2 do not have the disadvantages of the above procedures. Thus, the procedure for the reduction of sulfoxides of the present invention is based on the use of pinacol, as a reducing agent, a compound easily accessible and manageable by-products generated easily separable and environmentally-friendly and allows obtaining high-purity sulfur with a performance without expensive chromatographic separation procedures. The method of the invention has the advantage of not requiring an inert atmosphere or organic solvents to carry out the reduction reaction

Applicability of the Technology

Synthesis of compounds containing a sulfur in its structure, which may have different properties (drugs, pesticides, materials ...) and demonstrated. Therefore, applicability in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and so on

Level of development
Developed but not marketed

What are we looking for:
They look for companies whose products containing a sulfur in its structure, which may have different properties (drugs, pesticides, materials ...) and demonstrated. Therefore, applicability in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and so on.

For more information, visit the website of the research group at the University of Burgos "New methods in organic synthesis"

www.ubu.es/sintorg

Keywords:
  • ] Materials technology
  • ] Organic substances


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Research and development


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

Getting omega-3 natural concentrates using supercritical fluids

What we offer:
Description

The omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially EPA and DHA, have become very important in today's society given its positive impact on the prevention and treatment of various heart diseases (hipertriglicemia, myocardial infarction, cerebral ischemia, inflammatory ...), (asthma, arthritis ...) or some types of cancer. For this reason, and given the growing demand for nutritional supplements and fortified foods in omega 3, the research group in Chemical Engineering and Food (Iqual) raised the need to promote a new line of research aimed at obtaining process design of concentrates rich in omega 3 high-quality, more efficient, safe and competitive than those produced today.

The technology that employs the research group is the technology of supercritical fluids. The research team has an experience of more than a decade in this field. A supercritical fluid is the intermediate state, halfway between the gas and liquid, which can reach a substance when it is under conditions of temperature and pressure above its critical point. Iqual works specifically with carbon dioxide (CO2), which offers interesting advantages from the industrial viewpoint because it is an excellent solvent of low polarity compounds, such as fish oil, has a moderate critical point (31 degrees and 73 bar pressure), it is safe, easy to obtain with high purity and economic

Need or problem solving
The research team has an experience of more than a decade in this field. A supercritical fluid is the intermediate state, halfway between the gas and liquid, which can reach a substance when it is under conditions of temperature and pressure above its critical point. Iqual works specifically with carbon dioxide (CO2), which offers interesting advantages from the industrial viewpoint because it is an excellent solvent of low polarity compounds, such as fish oil, has a moderate critical point (31 degrees and 73 bar pressure), it is safe, easy to obtain with high purity and economical.

In actuality, omega 3 acids are usually obtained in the form of ethyl esters and by conventional separation processes sometimes involve "the use of high temperatures and organic solvents. The research raises the production of these fatty acids (from added value in food and pharmaceutical industry) as acylglycerides more stable against oxidation and easier to metabolize, and through a process that uses low temperatures (not exceeding forty degrees Celsius) and average CO2, "a harmless gas that leaves no residue

Innovative aspects

In actuality, omega 3 acids are usually obtained in the form of ethyl esters and by conventional separation processes sometimes involve the use of high temperatures and organic solvents

Level of development
Developed but not marketed

What are we looking for:
Interested companies are seeking revaluation of products, the production of natural compounds of high added value, such as omega 3, and the introduction of new technologies such as supercritical fluid technology, safer from the standpoint of food and friendly the environment.

Food businesses, especially those engaged in processing and preserving of fish, crustaceans and molluscs Processing and coffee and tea. This technology can be used in the pharmaceutical industry.

For more information, visit the website of the research group at the University of Burgos "Food and Chemical Engineering"

www.ubu.es/iqual

Keywords:
  • ] Food additives / Ingredients / Fuctional Food


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Research and development
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

Immobilization of glucose oxidase enological application to obtain wines with low alcohol content

What we offer:
Description

The goal is the immobilization of glucose oxidase technique using different trapping and binding to solid supports and the study of operational stability in musts for the production of low alcohol wines.

Need or problem solving

The wine industry has developed and evaluated different strategies to reduce the ethanol content in wine avoiding compromising final product quality. Many technological processes have been used to eliminate or reduce alcohol in wine, but usually are processes that require intensive practices and equipment that are not available to all wineries. An alternative is the treatment Biotechnology grape with glucose oxidase to reduce its content of fermentable sugars, which can reduce the ethanol content in the final product of fermentation without altering its quality parameters. However, the activity of glucose oxidase is reduced at pH values ​​of the must. In this sense, the aim is the preparation and characterization of glucose oxidase immobilized active and stable at acidic pH values​​, with good operational stability, as well as mechanical and chemical properties favorable to allow reuse and application in wine making low in alcohol.

Innovative aspects

The application of enzyme biocatalysts involves a reaction and substrate specificity, therefore, no side reactions occur which involve an alteration of the organoleptic properties of wine and appearance of products. In addition, the enzyme immobilization technique allows the manipulation of the characteristics of enzyme catalysis and improved operational stability and reusability and the ability to work continuously.

What are we looking for:
Companies are seeking Food, especially wine producers who are interested in collaborative projects to develop or apply technology in their products through agreements

For more information, visit the website of the research group at the University of Burgos "Food and Chemical Engineering"

www.ubu.es/iqual

Keywords:
  • ] Food additives / Ingredients / Fuctional Food


Collaboration sought:
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Research and development


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

Natural degreasing of pigskin with supercritical fluids for the production of collagen for food use

What we offer:
Description

Degreasing of pigskin by compressed carbon dioxide for subsequent pulping collagen for food use up over 95% yield by a procedure that does not alter the nature of the protein in the skin and using a solvent (CO2 ) safe, in order to obtain a suitable raw material.

Need or problem solving

The degreasing treatment of pig skin allows for yields above 90% without altering the nature of the proteins of the skin, allowing to obtain suitable raw material for pulping of collagen for food use. In this treatment, to remove fat from pork skin, are used primarily to separate mechanically the hypodermis, very little fat and collagen in the dermis, which in this way is virtually fat free. Both the dermis and the hypodermis mechanically removed not undergo an extraction process with carbon dioxide under supercritical conditions, which are made of the extractor rapid decompression in order to break the membranes of fat cells, which are swollen in contact with carbon dioxide used as a solvent. This is followed by rapid decompression compression and movement of solvent to remove fat that has been accessible after anterior decompression. With successive compressions and decompressions it minimizes the amount of fat and water in the skin of pork to 1% fat dry basis, admissible for processing both the skin and its transformation into collagen for food use

innovative aspects

Use of extraction solvent (CO2) does not alter the innocuous nature of the protein in skin.
Achieved yields above 90% (in other patents describe that performance can not reach values ​​above 60%).
Diversification of the raw material from which to obtain the collagen for food use (usually cow skin).

Competitive Advantages

Revaluation of a product (pig skin) of little value in the meat industry.
Increased yields in the production of collagen without generation of waste acids, making it usable for food use.
Getting purer product without residual fat are difficult to treat.
Generation of new marketing products easy.

What are we looking for:
They look for companies primarily in the meat sector, which currently are managing the pigskin as a waste, such as low-value food product, or to remove fat by conventional solvents for further use of collagen. In these conventional systems the fat content generated in the subsequent production of collagen is very high in the absence of previously withdrawn in sufficient quantity, this residue is difficult to manage / removal and therefore has a significant cost. The use of alternative extraction / removal of all fat allows companies that implement, very significantly increase yields in the subsequent production of collagen without generating further waste acids

Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Licence Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement
  • Research and development
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

Research groups at the University of Burgos in the field Science and Technology

What we offer:
Services, skills, technologies, equipment and highly qualified researchers.

http://www2.ubu.es/ginves/cien_biotec/index.html

What are we looking for:
Companies, institutions that are interested in any of the capabilities and services groups to provide services, collaborative projects or transfer, use or exploitation of results or technologies at the University of Burgos

Keywords:
  • ] Pharmaceutics
  • ] Plastics and Rubber related to Chemical technology and engineering
  • ] Special Chemicals, intermediates
  • ] Care, hygiene, beauty
  • ] Analytical chemistry
  • ] Computational chemistry
  • ] Separation Technologies
  • ] Biology/Biotechnology
  • ] Biochemistry/Biophysics
  • ] Micro- and Nanotechnology
  • ] Chemical material testing
  • ] Environment


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement
  • Research and development
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

Profiltitel

Disposable electrode system for electrochemical analysis

What we offer:
New design for the construction of disposable electrodes that allow you to perform selective analysis of various organic substances such as additives, drugs, drugs and other substances of biological samples with complex matrices by using electrochemical techniques using electrochemical sensors

What are we looking for:
Companies interested in the device.

For more information visit the research group a the University of Burgos "Electroanalysis"

www.ubu.es/elan

Keywords:
  • ] Analytical chemistry


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial Agreement
  • FP7 Project
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement
  • Research and development
  • Technical Co-operation


Responsible

Mr José Manuel López

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