WO/2015/106311 CELL SURFACE PROSTATE CANCER ANTIGEN FOR DIAGNOSIS||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000018||MINOMIC INTERNATIONAL LTD.||WALSH, Bradley|
The present invention provides compositions and methods of detecting prostate cancer in the body fluids or tissues of patients. Prostate cancer is detected by measuring the level of glypican-1 in a body fluid sample. In one embodiment prostate cancer is detected by contacting a body fluid sample with an anti-glypican-1 antibody, such as MIL-38. The invention includes kits for detection of prostate cancer in a body fluid sample, comprising an anti-glypican-1 antibody and glypican-1 standards.
WO/2015/106321 AERATION BED AND COMPOSTING SYSTEM||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050016||HOFSTEDE, Henricus Theodorus||HOFSTEDE, Henricus Theodorus|
An aeration bed and composting system for aerating and/or drying of organic matter, materials or biomass to facilitate at least one stage or phase of a composting process. The composting system facilitates ready removal of useable portions of compost following completion of phases of the composting process. The composting system includes a holding area for holding a quantity of compostable material. The holding area has a base with at least one permeable portion. At least one chamber is located below the holding area. The chamber has an inlet to direct oxygen-containing fluid into the chamber and an outlet for directing matter outwardly from the chamber. An opening of the outlet is disposed lower in the chamber relative to an opening of the inlet. Creation of positive pressure within the chamber drives air upwardly through the permeable portion of the base of the holding area and into the compostable material.
WO/2015/106318 APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR THE REDUCTION OF IMPURITIES IN FILMS||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050013||GALLIUM ENTERPRISES PTY LTD||MANN, Ian|
A plasma generator is described which employs a partial PBN liner not only to minimise the loss of energetic gas species during film formation but also to reduce boron impurity levels introduced into the growing film relative to the use of a complete PBN liner. The use of such a plasma generator in a film forming apparatus and method of forming a film is also described.
WO/2015/106308 ARTICULATED FIREFIGHTING TRUCK AND SPRINKLER SYSTEM||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000015||POST, Steven Patrick||POST, Steven Patrick|
A firefighting truck and system incorporating an articulated joint and large diameter tyres which allows for far more manoeuvrability than standard vehicles of the same size; a system whereby firefighters can direct water and foam in multiple directions simultaneously while operating in a fire resistant area created by additional sprinklers; and a platform which allows for the evacuation and transport of fire victims.
WO/2015/106309 COMPUTER-IMPLEMENTED FRAMEWORKS AND METHODOLOGIES FOR ENABLING ADAPTIVE FUNCTIONALITY BASED ON A KNOWLEDGE MODEL||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000016||SMART SPARROW PTY LTD||BEN-NAIM, Dror|
The present invention relates to computer-implemented frameworks and methodologies for enabling adaptive functionality based on a knowledge model. Embodiments of the invention have been particularly developed for providing an improved computer- implemented learning environment, for example in the context of generating, delivering and managing adaptive tutorials.
WO/2015/106310 TOOTH ASSEMBLY||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000017||BRADKEN UK LIMITED||TOTH, Dylan|
A tooth assembly comprising a tooth member and a lock assembly for locking the tooth member to the digging device in an assembled condition. The lock assembly comprises an insert member configured to be at least partly received in a recess of the tooth member when the tooth assembly is in its assembled condition and a pin member configured to be inserted into the recess of the tooth member and an aperture of the insert member to receive the insert member over the pin member when the tooth assembly is in its assembled condition. At least one engaging surface portion of the insert member and the internal surface of the tooth member are inclined relative to the insert member's aperture axis such that when an axial load is applied to the insert member the tooth member is biased onto a mounting body in a direction transverse to that load.
WO/2015/106320 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR EVENT RECONSTRUCTION||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/050015||BARTCO TRAFFIC EQUIPMENT PTY LTD||WOLLARD, Troy Raymond|
A system for event reconstruction including: a plurality of cameras installed at a location in expectation of an event, each of the cameras being arranged to simultaneously capture video of an area of interest from a unique viewpoint to capture footage of the event occurring at said area of interest; and a processing device; wherein the processing device processes the video captured by the cameras to produce a three-dimensional reconstruction of the event.
WO/2015/106304 ARRANGEMENT FOR MEASURING THE POISE OF A HANDHELD TOOL||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/001167||JAWHAR, Yousef||JAWHAR, Yousef|
An arrangement (405) for measuring the poise of a handheld power tool (200) is provided. The arrangement (405) comprises a distance measuring means (310) adapted for measuring a distance from the handheld power tool (200) to a working surface (510).
WO/2015/106305 ORE SCREENING PANEL FIXING SYSTEM||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000009||SCHENCK PROCESS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD||SCHUETZ, Martin|
A screening deck is provided which includes a plurality of screening panels to form the screening surface each panel having a thickness and edge faces on the periphery of the panels; a support frame for the screening panels; fixing means to secure the panels to the support frame; wherein the fixing means consists of recesses in the edge faces and a fixing strip having complementary protrusions to mesh with said recesses on the edge faces, the fixing strip being integral with or securable to the support frame. The arrangement of the recesses and protrusions increases the open area of the panels. The recesses may alternately be in the fixing strip and the protrusions on the edge faces. Additionally a locking strip may be used having complementary recesses or protrusions in addition to the panels and fixing strips to prevent ingress of fines at the panel junctions. The protrusions or recesses on the panel generally function as a snap fit interlock characterised by a high lead in angle to provide an ease of assembly and a steeper lead out angle in combination with an undercut to realize a defined higher panel dislodgement force.
WO/2015/106307 LOAD CARRYING PLATFORM SHUTTLE||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2015/000013||GUMBOOTS NOMINEES PTY LIMITED||MCKEON, Allan Sydney|
The load carrying platform shuttle (10) has a static frame (12) that defines a cam surface (92). A carriage (14) is arranged to telescope into the static frame. A ramp (4) has an outboard edge rotatably connected to the carriage (14). A cam follower (54) is disposed on the ramp (54) so as to engage with the cam surface (92). The cam surface (92) and the cam follower (104) cooperate such that an inboard edge of the ramp (54) is automatically maintained at an elevated height whilst the carriage (14) is disposed intermediate of an extended position and a retracted position and such that the inboard edge of the ramp (54) is automatically maintained at a lowered (10) height whilst the carriage (14) is at the retracted position. The static frame is constructed from I-beams (16) that are reinforced to increase their resistance to the bending moment applied by the carriage (14) whilst it is in the extended position.