ENST-1 A Novel orphan gene which enhances plant resistance and immunity to stress - University College Dublin - September 2015 front page preview

ENST-1 A Novel orphan gene which enhances plant resistance and immunity to stress - University College Dublin - September 2015

The research team at UCD have identified a novel orphan gene whose overexpression within wheat contributes to resistance to the mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) a virulence factor produced by the fungus causing Fusarium He...

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Cyberbar: Tamper-proof food trace-ability through direct implanting of smartphone-readable data matrices onto food - University College Dublin - September 2015 front page preview

Cyberbar: Tamper-proof food trace-ability through direct implanting of smartphone-readable data matrices onto food - University College Dublin - September 2015

Labelling of food products has become increasingly important both for quality control and to indicate to consumers the provenance of foodstuffs. Professor Ward and his team have identified a unique method for employing a...

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ENST-1 A novel orphan gene which enhances plant resistance and immunity to stress - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - February 2015 front page preview

ENST-1 A novel orphan gene which enhances plant resistance and immunity to stress - Licensing Opportunity from University College Dublin - February 2015

The research team at UCD have identified a novel orphan gene whose overexpression within wheat contributes to resistance to the mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) a virulence factor produced by the fungus causing Fusarium He...

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WRIPL: A personalised recommendation platform: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015 front page preview

WRIPL: A personalised recommendation platform: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015

WRIPL, is a personalisation service that facilitates the growth of online businesses such as media websites. It works by building an interest profile of the consumer from across the web by gathering information about th...

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HWBVH: Hardware Construction of BVHs for Real-time Ray-Tracing: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015 front page preview

HWBVH: Hardware Construction of BVHs for Real-time Ray-Tracing: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - August 2015

Rendering algorithms based on ray­‐tracing are known for producing highly realistic images, but are also known for their high computational cost. Among the most effective methods for accelerating these algorithms is the ...

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