||WO||WO/2014/183148 - A BIOACTIVE MATERIAL AND METHOD OF FORMING SAME||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000498||THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY||ZREIQAT, Hala|
A Magnesium Silicate based biocompatible ceramic material that degrades to simultaneously release bioactive ions, and, a method of producing same.
||WO||WO/2014/183147 - APRICITABINE AND NRTI COMBINATION THERAPY||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000488||AVEXA LIMITED||COX, Susan, Wendy|
The present invention provides a method of treating HIV-1 infection in a subject win which the HIV1 is drug resistant. The method comprises administering to the subject a combination of anti-HIV-1 agents wherein the combination comprises an effective dose of Apricitabine and an effective dose of Abacavir.
||WO||WO/2014/183149 - A VALVE FOR A DIAPHRAGM PUMP||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000151||JOE SANTA & ASSOCIATES PTY LIMITED||SANTA, David, Luiz|
A diaphragm pump (10) including a body (11) that provides a pair of opposed pump chambers (12) and (13). Mounted in the body (11I) is a piston assembly (14) providing a pair of pistons (15) joined by a transverse piston rod (16) so that the pistons (15) are caused to reciprocate in unison linearly in the direction (17) along the axis (18). Each piston (15) includes a diaphragm (22) that provides a first sub-chamber (23) and a second sub-chamber (24). A working fluid (liquid or gas) under pressure is alternately delivered to the sub-chambers (23) to cause the piston assembly (14) to reciprocate. A valve (25) is operated to co-ordinate delivery of the fluid under pressure or alternately to the first sub-chambers (23).
||WO||WO/2014/183156 - HEAD SUPPORT||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000513||BARRON, Giuliana||BARRON, Giuliana|
A head support (10) comprising a main shaft (12), a headrest portion (14) secured to an upper end of the main shaft (12) and a base to secure to a lower end of the main shaft (12). The headrest (14) and the base (16) both extend outwardly from a first side of the main shaft (12) such that the base (16) is located below the headrest portion (14). An armrest portion is provided extending from the main shaft between the upper and lower ends thereof and the headrest portion (14) includes an opening (22) therein for receiving the face of a person resting their head on the headrest portion (14).
||WO||WO/2014/183167 - ORO-NASAL PATIENT INTERFACE||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/050036||RESMED LIMITED||BARLOW, Adam Francis|
A patient interface to provide breathable gas to a patient, comprising: a plenum chamber assembly, comprising: a nasal plenum chamber at least partly defining an upper gas chamber; an oral plenum chamber at least partly defining a lower gas chamber; and a decoupling structure at least partly connecting the nasal plenum chamber and the oral plenum chamber and at least party defining a flow path; a top plate including at least one connection feature configured to releasably retain a first portion of a positioning and stabilising structure; and a faceplate configured to releasably retain a second portion of a positioning and stabilising structure.
||WO||WO/2014/183169 - METHOD FOR PRODUCING HOLLOW STRUCTURES||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/050038||THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND||YU, Chengzhang|
A method for forming multi-shelled hollow structures comprising metal oxide, the method comprising the steps of: forming a solution containing at least one dissolved metal compound and at least one organic compound, spray drying the solution to form composite particles containing at least one metal species and organic material, and heating the composite particles by increasing temperature at a predetermined rate to form the multi-shelled hollow structures comprising metal oxide.
||WO||WO/2014/183151 - SORTING MINED MATERIAL||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000500||TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES PTY. LIMITED||DORMENVAL, Thomas|
A method of sorting fragments of mined material is disclosed. The method comprises exposing the fragments to a source of heating to heat the fragments depending on the susceptibility of the material in the different fragments to the source of heating. The heated fragments are thermally analysed using the temperature of each of the fragments as a basis for the analysis and are sorted into two or more streams on a fragment by fragment basis of the temperature of each fragment relative to a set point temperature. The method further comprises monitoring the grade of the ore in one of the ore streams on a bulk basis and changing the set point temperature based on the monitored grade of the ore in the ore stream. Also disclosed is an apparatus for sorting fragments of mined material.
||WO||WO/2014/183150 - A SOLIDS INJECTION LANCE||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000489||TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES PTY. LIMITED||PILOTE, Jacques|
A method for injecting a solid feed material through a solids injection lance includes creating flow conditions in an injection passageway of the lance so that at least a part of the feed material flowing along the passageway forms a buffer zone between a wall of a tube that defines the passageway and feed material flowing along a central section of the passageway.
||WO||WO/2014/183155 - RESIDUAL STERILANT TEST METHOD||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000512||SABAN VENTURES PTY LIMITED||POTAS, Michael|
Methods for determining the amount of residual sterilant remaining on the surface of an object at the end of a disinfection process are described. One method of determining the amount of residual sterilant on a test piece after a sterilization regime in a sterilization space, the method comprises the steps of: placing a test piece having a predetermined surface area into the sterilization space; subjecting the test piece to the sterilization regime; collecting the residual sterilant from the test piece in a collector solution; and measuring the amount of residual sterilant in the collector solution.
||WO||WO/2014/183158 - GENERATING SECURE ENCRYPTION KEYS||20.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000515||THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY||COLLINS, Matthew John|
Disclosed herein generally is a method and a system for generating a secure encryption key. A sequence of photons is received and a filter set is selected for each photon of the sequence of photons. An optical path has branches for each photon and each branch has one of the filters of the selected filter set. The method determines which one of the filters of the selected filter set each photon passed and records a symbol associated with the filter so determined. A system receives another sequence of photons that are the other half of the sequence of photon pairs. Filter sequence information received from the system is indicative of the sequence in which another filter sets were used by the system. The filter sequence information is compared with information indicative of the sequence to determine which of the recorded symbols to discard.