Thse are some of the technologies available from the University of Auckland through UniServices.
Remember with UniServices if you pay for it, you own it, the IP will be assigned to you.
New Case Studies
- Formus - Intelligent, real-time and collaborative custom prosthesis design solutions.
ACID (automatic custom implant design) from Formus Labs is an intelligent custom design platform presented as a webservice that allows engineers and surgeons to collaboratively view and modify prosthesis designs in real time.
A novel topical drug delivery system that could overcome the limitations of current treatments. Niosomes have unique properties for enhanced drug penetration, sustained drug release and an ability to carry both hydrophilic and lipophilic drugs.
Researchers from The University of Auckland have developed a novel collagen based scaffold that may be used as a corneal tissue substitute for transplantation that could overcome the limitations of current treatments.
Combining the technology’s novel image processing and head stabilisation algorithms with a visual stimulus display system; we are able to rapidly and objectively assess visual function in young children.
Increasing shelf life, while maintaining important consumer satisfaction traits including freshness, taste and quality, and with no requirement for additives or preservatives.
Azo Carbonamide Carboxylates are a family of compounds able to substitute the common but inconvenient reagents in the widely used Mitsunobu reaction.
Complex wine aroma prediction model for accurate blending, allowing the development of highly consistent flavours.
Short-acting ketamine analogues with reduced adverse effect profiles are being developed for use in anaesthesia.
A cell penetrating peptide that enables delivery of functional molecules into cells that are otherwise not cell permeable
Developing a first in class small molecule inhibitors of perforin, to develop novel therapeutics for a range of auto-immune and infectious diseases.
An interactive gaming system that trains tinnitus sufferers to not hear the ringing in their ears