These pages contain details of the technologies currently available to licence from Warwick Innovations.
If you would like more details of any of these technologies, please contact the relevant Business Development
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Improvements to electrospray ionisation
A University of Warwick team, led by Professor Pete O’Connor, has available for licence intellectual property using CI to increase the average charge state of ions generated by electrospray ionisation.
More details: Improvements to eletrospray ionisation
Contact: Dr Shum Prakash, Business Development Manager, Warwick Ventures. Tel: +44 (0) 24 7657 4145; email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Novel Cryopreservation Technique
Warwick Ventures has available for licence a novel cryopreservation technique, without the need for vitrification, resulting in enhanced cell preservation and reduction of cell damage. This technology has many applications, but is particularly suited to the preservation of cell lines or blood for transfusion. This technology would be of interest to companies involved in sample handling and storage, or organisations involved in the collection and storage of cellular materials.
More details: Novel Cryopreservation Technique
Contact: Laura Lane, Business Development Associate, Warwick Ventures. Tel: (0)24 765 75745