2019 Innovations in Prosthesis, Solar Cells & Panels, Milk Quality Sensors, Neuromorphic Capacitors, Robots, and 3D Printing - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "Innovations in Prosthesis, Solar Cells and Panels, Milk Quality Sensors, Neuromorphic Capacitors, Robots, and 3D Printing" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This edition of the Inside R&D TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) features trends and innovations in cancer therapy and development of 3D printing of human organs. It also provides intelligence on the use of perovskite solar cells and fuel cell membranes for sustainable power generation.

The TOE also features innovations in gene interaction and the use of real-time monitoring for the maintenance of high quality in milk supply. Additionally, TOE provides intelligence on the innovative forensic analysis, micro-organism-based carbon dioxide fixation and collaborative robots. The TOE also focuses on innovations that use natural and sustainable vaccines to eliminate pests in crops.

Key Topics Covered

  1. Prosthesis Providing Neurofeedback
  2. Getting Cancer Drugs to the Brain
  3. Unravelling How Genes Interact
  4. Strengthening T Cell to Fight Cancer
  5. More Durable Fuel Cell Membranes
  6. Making Cancer Care More Affordable
  7. Biological Material Boosts Solar Cells
  8. Neuromorphic Capacitor Mimics the Human Brain
  9. Improving the Forensic Analysis of a Single Hair
  10. Reducing the Risk of Colorectal Cancer
  11. Vaccinating Plants Against Pests
  12. Photonic Sensor Ensures Milk Quality
  13. Building Co-processors from Biological Cells
  14. Making Wetware a Reality
  15. Highly-targeted Therapeutic Approach Through Digital Avatars Technology
  16. NanoBRET-based Kinase Profiling in Live Cells
  17. Invivo Kinase Profiling will Boost the Confidence in Drug Development
  18. CO2 Fixation Through Engineered Escherichia coli
  19. CO2 Fixing Bacteria Can be Applicable for Fuel, Food, and Industrial Production of Compounds
  20. Fatty Livers Can Increase the Risk of Hepatocellular Carcinoma
  21. Animal Model Study Demonstrating the Link Between Fatty Livers and Liver Cancer
  22. Solar Panels that Automatically Bend Toward the Source of Light
  23. More Efficient Solar Panels for Portable Devices
  24. Structurally Strong Robots that use Off-the-Shelf Components
  25. Making Easier to Repair Robots Using Off-the-Shelf Components
  26. 3D Printing of Human Organs
  27. Key Contacts

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