|1.||WO||WO/2014/140507 - PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION FOR THE TREATMENT OF FUNGAL INFECTIONS||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2013/050654||MOBERG PHARMA AB||KARLSSON, Ewa|
There is provided pharmaceutical compositions suitable for topical application to the nail for the treatment of nail diseases such as onychomycosis, which compositions comprise: (a) a urea-based component; (b) a diol component, such as propylene glycol; (c) an organic acid component, such as lactic acid; and (d) a triol component, such a glycerol.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/140508 - STILLAGE FOR SHEET MATERIALS||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2013/050675||GRIMSHAW, Ian||GRIMSHAW, Ian|
The glass holding stillage retains the sheets vertically within the coarse plastic thread (10) at the top or upper edge (24) of the sheet product, and the castellated plastic base rail (8) at the bottom or lower edge (14) of the product. The depth (height) of the sheet can vary due to the vertical support (22) being adjustable. A spring loaded safety interlock device (40) is employed as a safety feature. The whole assembly is retained on a hollow section alloy base frame (18). The stillage is also collapsible for ease of distribution and transportation. This can be utilized for holding other materials which are rigid and in sheet form.
|3.||WO||WO/2014/140509 - DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF ARTHRITIC CONDITIONS||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2013/051122||THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM||YOUNG, Stephen Peter|
Provided is a method of determining the likelihood that a patient, with a disorder treatabte with a TNF antagonist, will respond to administration of a TNF-antagonist. The method comprises determining the likelihood of the patient's response to said antagonist based on a metabolic profile of a urine sample from said patient. Methods of treatment and kits for use in said methods are also provided.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/140518 - A FAN ASSEMBLY||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2014/050294||DYSON TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||POULTON, Roy|
A nozzle for a fan assembly includes an air inlet, an air outlet, an interior passage for conveying air from the air inlet to the air outlet, an annular inner wall, and an outer wall extending about the inner wall. The interior passage is located between the inner wall and the outer wall. The inner wall at least partially defines a bore through which air from outside the nozzle is drawn by air emitted from the air outlet. The air outlet is arranged to direct air over an external surface at least partially defining the bore. A flow control port is located downstream from that surface. A flow control chamber is provided for conveying air to the flow control port. A control mechanism selectively enables a flow of air through the flow control port to deflect an air flow emitted from the air outlet.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/140521 - PRINT TABLE||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2014/050450||INCA DIGITAL PRINTERS LIMITED||SMITH, Philip Russell James|
A table for a flatbed printer comprises an upper plate (4) and a lower plate (6) separated by an intermediate layer (8). The intermediate layer is configured to provide a fluid flow path (34) that promotes a flow of fluid alternating between a position adjacent the upper plate and a position adjacent the lower plate, so as to promote heat transfer between the upper plate and the lower plate. The fluid flow path may be formed using a plurality of holes (26) in the intermediate layer. A method of manufacturing the printer table is also described.
|6.||WO||WO/2014/140520 - TRANSMITTERS, RECEIVERS AND METHODS OF TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING WITH SCATTERED AND CONTINUOUS PILOTS IN AN OFDM SYSTEM||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2014/050441||SONY CORPORATION||ASJADI, Gholam Hosein|
A receiver recovers data from Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexed (OFDM) symbols, the OFDM symbols including a plurality of sub-carrier signals. Some of the sub-carrier signals carrying data symbols and some of the sub-carrier signals carrying pilot symbols, the pilot symbols comprising scattered pilots symbols and continuous pilot symbols. The continuous pilot symbols are distributed across the sub-carrier signals in accordance with a continuous pilot symbol pattern and the scattered pilot symbols are distributed across the sub-carrier signals in accordance with a scattered pilot signal pattern. The receiver comprises a demodulator configured to detect a signal representing the OFDM symbols and to generate a sampled digital version of the OFDM symbols in the time domain. A Fourier transform processor is configured to receive the time domain digital version of the OFDM symbols and to form a frequency domain version of the OFDM symbols, from which the pilot symbol bearing sub-carriers and the data symbol bearing sub-carriers can be recovered. A detector is configured to recover the data symbols from the data bearing sub-carriers of the OFDM symbols and to recover the pilot symbols from the pilot bearing sub-carriers of the OFDM symbols in accordance with the scattered pilot symbol pattern and the continuous pilot symbol pattern. The scattered pilot symbol pattern is one of a plurality of scattered pilot symbol patterns and the continuous pilot pattern is independent of the scattered pilot symbol pattern. The detector comprises a memory configured to store a master continuous pilot pattern and a processor configured to detect the number of sub-carrier signals in the plurality of sub-carrier signals and to derive the continuous pilot pattern from a master pilot pattern based on the number of sub-carrier symbols.
|7.||WO||WO/2014/140525 - A METHOD AND SYSTEM OF PROVIDING DATA SERVICE ACCORDING TO A USER'S FUTURE LOCATION||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2014/050613||VODAFONE IP LICENSING LIMITED||DUNKIN, Andrew|
According to one aspect of the present invention there is provided a method for controlling data service for a user of a telecommunication network. The method comprising: retrieving data associated with historical behaviour of the user within the network;predicting, based on said data and on a current user location within the network, a future user location within the network;performing a determination of network capability at the future user location; and modifying, in response to the determination, a configuration of the network and/or a service parameter associated with the user. A network element, system and computer program product are also provided.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/140522 - A METHOD OF GENERATING PREDETERMINED LUMINANCE LEVELS ACROSS AN ELECTRONIC VISUAL DISPLAY||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2014/050558||THE UNIVERSITY COURT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH||PERPERIDIS, Antonios|
A method of characterising an electronic visual display to substantially accurately and substantially precisely replicate a set of required luminance levels at any location across the electronic visual display is provide. The method comprises the steps of selecting a set of control points across the electronic visual display; selecting a colour-lightness levels (e.g. grey-level) range between 0 to2n-1 for a n-bit colour depth; measuring luminance at the selected control points and the selected colour-lightness levels; interpolating measured luminance levels at selected control points and the selected colour-lightness levels thereby deriving luminance at each pixel and each colour-lightness level of the display;generating a look-up-table, which comprises pairing colour-lightness levels to corresponding predetermined luminance levels. The method is applicable on both the grey and coloured light emitted by the EVD. A data acquisition rig for characterising an electronic visual display is also provided.
|9.||WO||WO/2014/140557 - ULTRASOUND IMAGING APPARATUS||18.09.2014||
|PCT/GB2014/050718||UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE||NEASHAM, Jeffrey Alan|
An ultrasound imaging apparatus including a processing unit configured to produce an ultrasound image of the target region by applying position/orientation data representative of the position and/or orientation of an ultrasound transducer on the first side of a surface during each collection cycle to echo data representative of reflected ultrasound energy received by the ultrasound transducer during each collection cycle so as to coherently focus the echo data at a plurality of points distributed within the target region.
|10.||WO||WO/2014/140563 - COMPOSITE STRUCTURES||18.09.2014||
||PCT/GB2014/050727||IMERYS MINERALS LIMITED||DEPORTER, Craig|
Composite structure comprising at least two nonwoven, polymeric layers bonded to each other, articles and products comprising or formed from said composite structure, and a process for making said composite structure