WO/2015/173797 ADHESIVE OPTICAL FILM TO CONVERT AN EYEGLASS LENS TO A PROGRESSIVE LENS||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050475||ARIELI, Yoel ||ARIELI, Yoel |
The present invention describes an apparatus for converting a single-focal lens to become a multifocal or progressive lens. The conversion process comprises adhering a prescribed corrective optical film to a single-focal lens, whereby the corrective optical film converts the single-focal lens to become a multifocal or progressive lens.
WO/2015/173802 PAR-1 BASED THERAPEUTIC CONJUGATES AND USES THEREOF||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050488||TEL HASHOMER MEDICAL RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES LTD. ||CHAPMAN, Joab |
The present invention is directed to a peptide conjugate comprising an alpha-amino protecting moiety, a peptide comprising the amino acid sequence at least 3 amino-acid long derived from the C'-terminus of PAR-1, or an active variant thereof and a protease-disabling moiety. The present invention is further directed to pharmaceutical compositions comprising the peptide conjugate and use thereof for treating diseases and disorder associated with excessive PAR-1 activity.
WO/2015/173805 FLEXIBLE ARTICULATED DEVICE||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050491||LARYNGOPORT LTD. ||ROZENFELD, Revital |
The present innovation pertains to a device and method for enabling movement of a flexible medical device.
WO/2015/173811 FLUID PIPE HUB||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050497||S.P.C. TECH LTD. ||DORON, Gil |
A fluid pipe hub for coupling one or more fluid accessories to a pipeline, the fluid pipe hub comprising: a housing configured with an inlet connectable to a first pipe segment, an outlet connectable to a second pipe segment, a first port connectable to a fluid port of a first fluid accessory, a second port connectable to a fluid port of a second fluid accessory, and a valve fitting disposed within said housing and having a junction chamber formed therein, said junction chamber being in fluid communication with said first port, said second port, said inlet and said outlet; a valve member disposed within said junction chamber and configured with a first fluid passage and a second fluid passage; and a valve manipulator configured for selectively displacing the valve member between at least two positions: an open position in which said inlet is in fluid communication with said first port via said first fluid passage, thereby establishing a first fluid path therebetween, and said outlet is in fluid communication with said second port via said second fluid passage, thereby establishing a second fluid path therebetween; and a closed position in which fluid communication between said inlet and said outlet is precluded.
WO/2015/173814 ENERGETICALLY EFFICIENT SPATIAL ILLUMINATION||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050500||SCOPUSTECH ACS LTD. ||BECKER, Ofer |
An energetically efficient illuminating fixture that comprises at least one light source array having a plurality of illumination point sources and at least one weak volumetric refractive diffuser optically coupled to the plurality of illumination point sources; wherein the volumetric refractive diffuser contains refractive particles, and wherein the volumetric refractive diffuser comprises air gaps at predetermined regions.
WO/2015/173818 PEPTIDE-POLYPEPTIDE CO-ASSEMBLED NANOPARTICLES FOR DRUG DELIVERY||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050505||B.G. NEGEV TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS LTD. ||RAPAPORT, Hanna |
The present invention relates to co-assembled nanoparticles comprising at least one polypeptide comprising a polyanion; and at least one amphiphilic peptide capable of forming a β-sheet structure, a derivative or a salt thereof, the amphiphilic peptide comprising at least 2 pairs of alternating hydrophobic/hydrophilic amino acid residues, wherein the hydrophilic amino acid residue is positively charged, and methods of preparation of said nanoparticles. There are further provided pharmaceutical compositions comprising the co-assembled nanoparticles and a pharmaceutically active ingredient, dissolved, entrapped, encapsulated or attached to the co- assembled nanoparticles. The present invention further provides therapeutic uses of said pharmaceutical compositions.
WO/2015/173825 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR LAWN CARE||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050515||EASE ROBOTICS LTD. ||SHALEV, Amir |
A lawn care robot is presented. The robot divides the lawn area into small adjacent segments. Then the robot moves across the lawn and performs various activities on lawn segments which are located at some distance from each other. Thereby, each lawn segment receives the particular care it requires without affecting any other lawn segment. Accordingly, the amount of water used to irrigate a given lawn segment is evenly distributed across that segment and entirely utilized by that segment and significantly contributes to the strength, length and health of the roots as well as to water conservation. Furthermore, excessive watering is avoided and thereby soil erosion and soil compression are significantly reduced.
WO/2015/173795 MACHINE TOOL ASSEMBLY CONFIGURED FOR SWIFT DISSASEMBLY||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050408||ISCAR LTD. ||NEIMAN, Grigori |
A machine tool assembly (10) including a body component (12), a head component (14) and a fastener (16). The body and head components (12, 14) respectively include a body hole (22) and a head hole (42). The fastener (16) is configured to secure the head component (14) to the body component (12) via insertion through the head hole (42) and attachment to the body hole (22). The head hole (42) includes a head fastener retention arrangement (50) for preventing unintentional ejection of the fastener (16) therefrom.
WO/2015/173827 METHODS AND DEVICES FOR SECURING KEYS WHEN KEY-MANAGEMENT PROCESSES ARE SUBVERTED BY AN ADVERSARY||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050517||PORTICOR LTD. ||PARANN-NISSANY, Gilad |
The present invention discloses methods and devices for securing keys when key- management processes are subverted by an adversary. Methods include the steps of: upon receiving a creation request in the computing-environment, creating a secure key in at least one location in a computing environment by repetitively computing respective secure-key contributions: in at least one location; and in a set of N computing resources in the computing environment, wherein N is a non-negative integer; and applying the respective secure-key contributions to change a secure-key value, wherein: the respective secure-key contributions cannot be omitted or modified by at least one location; and the secure key is never revealed to the computing resources; thereby enabling the computing resources in the computing environment to ensure that the secure key is truly random; wherein at least one location is a region of memory located in a computing resource operationally connected to the computing- environment.
WO/2015/173794 REPLACEMENT HEART VALVE||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050323||SPENSER, Benjamin ||SPENSER, Benjamin |
A prosthesic valve for implantation in a body duct that can cover a range of target sizes by a single device. The valve comprises three main elements: 1) a support cylindrical frame structure that can be collapsed to a small diameter for insertion into the body and that can expand to a large diameter when positioned in the target implantation site, the expansion of the frame being limited by the native valve diameter, which the valve is implanted within. In some cases the frame may be self- expandable; 2) A frustoconical leaflet support frame that has an inflow side and an outflow side. The inflow side of the leaflet support frame is attached to the cylindrical frame and can be expanded along with the cylindrical frame to a range of diameters up to the diameter of the body duct, while the outflow side is limited in its opening diameter to a smaller constant diameter; 3) Flexible leaflets attached to the leaflet support frame to create a valve that allows flow from inflowe to outflow, but prevents flow in the opposite direction. A delivery catheter dilates the valve while the frustoconical leaflet support system enables the valve to function (open and close) during the deployment process. Unlike prior prosthetic valves that only allow valve expansion, the valve of the invention may be collapsed if needed in order to re position or retrieve the valve.