||WO||WO/2014/037688 - ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSORS AND A METHOD FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2012/052218||CILAG GMBH INTERNATIONAL||SETFORD, Steven John|
The invention provides electrochemical-based modules useful for the determination of an analyte in a bodily fluid sample. The modules of the invention provide opposed electrodes, but the contact areas for making electrical contact between the electrodes and the analyte measurement device are coplanar.
||WO||WO/2014/037685 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR CLOCK OFFSET AND SKEW ESTIMATION||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2012/052173||KHALIFA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND RESEARCH||AWEYA, James|
This invention relates to methods and devices for clock offset and skew estimation. The invention has particular application in the alignment of slave clocks to a master clock. In embodiments of the invention, the slave clock employs an independent free running clock and a recursive estimation technique to estimate the clock offset and clock skew between the slave and master clocks. The slave can then use the offset and skew to correct the free running clock to reflect an accurate image of the master clock.
||WO||WO/2014/037686 - SIRNA AND THEIR USE IN METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR THE TREATMENT AND/OR PREVENTION OF EYE CONDITIONS||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2012/052177||SYLENTIS S.A.U.||JIMENEZ ANTON, Ana Isabel|
The present invention relates to methods, compositions and dosages that decrease IOP of the eye, comprising a 19 nucleotide double-stranded RNA molecule.
||WO||WO/2014/037682 - NAIL POLISH DRYING METHOD AND PRODUCT THEREFOR||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2012/000696||32 DEGREES LIMITED||EISENBERG, Angela, Susan|
The invention comprises a nail drying aerosol spray that comprises a combination of solvents having different rates of volatility. One of the solvents is dimethyl ether.
||WO||WO/2014/037684 - METHODS AND DEVICES FOR CLOCK SYNCHRONIZATION||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2012/052166||KHALIFA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND RESEARCH||AWEYA, James|
This invention relates to methods and devices for clock synchronization. The invention makes particular use of IEEE 1588 with offset and skew correction. In embodiments of the invention, the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol is used to exchange time stamps between a time server and a client from which the client can estimate the clock offset and skew. In embodiments of the invention a free running clock at the client is provided with an estimation technique based on the time stamps from the IEEE 1588 PTP message exchange between the server and client clocks. The offset and skew from the estimation process can be combined with the local free running clock to give a synchronized local clock which is an accurate image of the master clock.
||WO||WO/2014/037683 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR MOTOR SPEED CONTROL||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2012/052165||KHALIFA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND RESEARCH||AWEYA, James|
This invention relates to methods and devices for motor speed control. The invention has particular application in the control of motors over packet networks. In embodiments of the invention, phase-locked loop principles are used to remotely control the speed of an electric motor over a packet network. The setpoint for the motor is supplied by arriving timestamps from a speed-mapped variable frequency source. The shaft speed of the motor is measured with a tachometer with its output proportional to the motor speed. Any deviation of the actual speed from the setpoint is amplified by the power amplifier whose output drives the motor. Speed control over packet networks allow smoother operation of a process, acceleration 1 control, different operating speeds for each process recipe, compensation for changing process variables, slow operation for setup purposes, adjustments to the rate of production, accurate positioning, and control torque or tension of a system.
||WO||WO/2014/037697 - DETECTION OF ALPHA, BETA-DICARBONYL COMPOUNDS WITH FLUOROGENIC PROBES||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2013/052141||THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK||THORNALLEY, Paul|
The disclosure relates to a fluorescence based assay for the detection of alpha, beta-dicarbonyl containing compounds, for example alpha-oxoaldehyde compounds such as glyoxal, methylglyoxal, hydroxypyruvaldehyde, erythrosone, 3-deoxyerythrosone, ribosone, 3- deoxyribosone, glucosone, 3-deoxyglucosone and stereoisomers thereof and butan-2,3- dione that uses a fluorogenic probe which is stable under ambient conditions. The fluorogenic probes comprise a 1,2-diaminophenyl moiety. The diaminophenyl probes yield a 20-fold increase in quantum yield when they are a derivative of fluorescein (DAF), rhodamine (DAR), BODIPY or cyanine. The assay is preferably carried out at pH 4-8. Corresponding screening methods for modulators of alpha, beta-dicarbonyl compound concentrations are also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/037698 - METHODS FOR GENERATING FILE RELATIONSHIP DATA, AND MEDIA FILE SYSTEMS THAT GENERATE FILE RELATIONSHIP DATA||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2013/052158||QUANTEL LIMITED||ROGERS, Simon Darryl|
Methods for generating file relationship data, and media file systems that generate file relationship data A method of generating, in a media file system comprising a data store and a file record database, file relationship data for a first media file in the media file system. The method determines the essence data in the data store from which the first media file was derived, by determining from the file record for the media file in the file record database details of any previous media files in the media file system from which the media file was created. If the media file was not created from any previous media files, the essence data in the data store that constitutes the media file is determined from the file record. If on the other hand the media file was created from any previous media files, the previous steps are repeated for the previous media files. The file relationship data is the generated using the details of the determined essence data.
||WO||WO/2014/037699 - COMPOSITION||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2013/052164||RECKITT BENCKISER N.V.||BAEHREL, Anne Sophie|
A liquid detergent composition has a thickening system which comprises an admixture of linoleic acid and linolenic acid.
||WO||WO/2014/037700 - PACKAGED DETERGENT COMPOSITION||13.03.2014||
||PCT/GB2013/052176||RECKITT BENCKISER N.V.||CORDELLINA, Antonio|
A packaged detergent composition comprising a container that at least partly disintegrates in an aqueous environment, the container having at least one compartment, the detergent composition having a fluid phase and containing a second container that at least partly disintegrates in an aqueous environment, characterised in that the second container comprises a gas present in an amount of between 10-50% of its internal volume.