|1.||WO||WO/2014/006429 - CONSTANT HEAD GRAVITY FLUID DISPENSER||09.01.2014||
|PCT/GH2013/000001||SIAWOR, Christian, Selorm, Kwadwo||SIAWOR, Christian, Selorm, Kwadwo|
This invention is a constant head gravity fluid dispenser that guarantees a constant preset condition of its internal float valve (16) mechanism by encasing it in a reservoir (1) and also shielding it with a back-washable filter unit (9) that respectively ensures its physical insulation from external influence and any potential blockage. However, all minute particles pass through the filter aggregate at a predetermined location within the system to be drained. The dispenser engages a float mechanism, valves of different sizes and a vent pipe (11) attached to the reservoir (1) to exhaust excess internal air pressure as the reservoir is being filled.
|2.||WO||WO/2009/101453 - COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF CURE AND PROPHYLAXIS OF HIV/AIDS AND RELATED SYNDROMES||20.08.2009||
|PCT/GH2008/000003||SUNDAY, Ojo, Emmanuel, Oluwaseyi||SUNDAY, Ojo, Emmanuel, Oluwaseyi|
This invention provides a composition and methods for cure and vaccine of HIV/AIDS, wherein the composition is comprised of a newly discovered organic molecule called Fungocyneo F & B (or ViracombR Irreversible Inhibitor, VII) compounded with diplopod protein, Anthoclesta djalonesisx and carbon of Anchomanes difformis administered intramuscularly, intravenously and orally as an effective inhibitor of HIV coat protein bound to human receptor cell, inhibitor of reverse transcriptase, protease and integrase of HIV and eliciting an immune response to any immunodeficiency in human beings. This new composition also deals with protozoan infections and diabetes.
|3.||WO||WO/2008/117094 - A MODIFIED PETTERSON OLFACTOMETER||02.10.2008||
|PCT/GH2008/000002||JONFIA-ESSIEN, William, Anthony||JONFIA-ESSIEN, William, Anthony|
The original four-armed Pettersson olfactometer was modified to make it suitable to study the behavioural responses of insects to flavour volatile compounds. In the first modification, the volatile compounds for comparison were located in vial chambers (4). The outer end of each chamber (4) was attached to a filter (4b) and the inner end of each chamber (4) was attached to an inlet (1c) of one section of the olfactometer arena (1). In the second modification, the vial chambers (4) were replaced with bottles (11) fitted with two-hole rubber stoppers (12) but all other equipment remained the same. A suction pump (8) and flow meter (9) were connected to a central outlet (1b) of the olfactometer.
|4.||WO||WO/2008/099223 - AN ANTIFEEDANT AGENT WITH INSECTICIDAL EFFECT||21.08.2008||
|PCT/GH2008/000001||JONFIA-ESSIEN, William, Anthony||JONFIA-ESSIEN, William, Anthony|
Acetophenone, ethyl butyrate and 2-phenyl ethanol were used as additives to media on which young adult Tribolium castaneiim (Herbst) and Lasioderma serricorne (Fabricius) were cultured for 65 days. A mixture of the three flavour volatiles deterred the insects from feeding well which subsequently affected the growth of the insects and after just 65 days, all the insects died. But when the concentration was increased, the insects became weak and died within a few minutes. Similar findings were observed with direct exposure to the mixture. Thus a mixture of the three flavour volatiles could be used in the formulation of effective control measures for the two insect pests both as an antifeedant and insecticide.
|5.||WO||WO/2008/044077 - SUPPLEMENTARY PARKING LIGHT||17.04.2008||
||PCT/GH2006/000001||OTABIL, Charles||OTABIL, Charles|
The supplementary parking light (SPL) apparatus is a semi-automatic parking light system for the automotive vehicle. Under a specified ambient light (dark weather) condition where the ignition switch is off and vehicle doors not completely lock (indicating vehicle not completely park), at this state when the vehicle parking light switch is off, the SPL control system will activate automatically. When the SPL is activate according to the said conditions, the SPL control unit switches ON a convenient and attractive lights to indicate the parking space of the vehicle when a coming vehicle headlight is sense at either side of the vehicle and then switch OFF when the said headlight is not sense.
|6.||WO||WO/2007/141582 - METHOD AND DISPLAY OF CUSTOMIZING A DISPLAY ARTICLE||13.12.2007||
|PCT/GH2007/000001||MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES (W.B.) INC.||SINGH, Ranjie|
A method and system in which a user can design, customize and order a display article to desired specifications over a network, such as the Internet. The user can access a website comprising the display article customization system to customize the display article by adding text, graphics and other features onto the display article, such as a wristband, and order the customized wristband over the network. The user can access an online data collection and manufacturing control framework capable of accurately generating, processing, and transmitting text and graphics into an automated manufacturing process that fabricates wristbands of varied material construction. All data is transmitted securely between the user and the manufacturing server.
|7.||WO||WO/2000/001945 - ACCUMULATED WIND AND WAVE POWER PLANT||13.01.2000||
|PCT/GH1999/000001||COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (C .S.I.R.) being represented by INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (I.I.R.)||TAY, Fred, Kwesi|
Disclosed are the components and processes to produce and install a functional accumulated power plant to convert and store marine wind and wave energy mechanically offshore, transmission of the energy by high pressure fluid means through a novel hydraulic, steam and pneumatic engine to a similar storage facility on land for end uses.