A patch for effective UV & sun protection. The "smart" paper-based patch that changes colour in sunlight could provide an affordable tool to help prevent sunburn and deadly skin cancers. This could be the best sunburn prevention ever !
An invention that predicts gas production from coal seam gas reservoirs with greater accuracy to improve gas yield calculations. Coal seam gas accounts for 27% of Australian gas reserves; is set to supply at least 30% of Australia's domestic market by 2030, and 50% of gas demand in eastern Australia.
"NSi has facilitated partnerships with industry to enable researchers to engage with industry to develop cutting edge ideas into reality. This partnership with NSi is all about converting passion and possibility into reality."
Professor Veena Sahajwalla
Director, Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology
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The world's most efficient water-splitting electrode has been created by UNSW researchers. The electrode catalyst for hydrogen production is cheap, efficient, stable, metal-free and nitrogen-free and it's a market-ready process.
"I have had tremendous support from the entire NSi team over the past few years as my team have developed new patents and worked to find commercial partners for our silicon quantum computing technologies."
Professor Andrew Dzurak
Scientia Professor in Nanoelectronics School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications, UNSW
Spondyloarthropathies (SpAs) are a family of inflammatory processes associated with HLA B27 polymorphism that develop into a number of conditions such as fusion of the spine or ankylosing spondylitis (AS).