WO/2016/118000 FERTILIZER DISPENSER||WO||28.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050003||SARAWAK INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND RESOURCES COUNCIL (SITRC)||AK. JACKIUS, Robert|
The present invention relates to a fertilizer dispenser (100) tool comprising a shaft (101) with pointed sharp edge (102) at one end; a handle (103) disposed at the other end of the shaft (101); a fertilizer receptacle (104) having fertilizer positioned along the shaft (101); a fertilizer dispenser control unit; a dispensing channel (105), connected to the bottom of the fertilizer receptacle (104) by the fertilizer dispenser control unit; a control lever (106) on the handle (103), connected to the dispenser control unit by a cable (111); and a foot shaft (108) positioned perpendicular to the shaft (101) axis and near the pointed sharp edge (102).
WO/2016/117997 A FLOATING UNIT AND A METHOD OF STABILIZING THE FLOATING UNIT||WO||28.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/000005||M3NERGY SOLUTIONS SDN BHD||GIBSON, Robert Thomas|
A floating unit for producing and storing hydrocarbons has a compartment and an opening that allows water flow into and out of the compartment. The unit is arranged to selectively control water flow into and out of the compartment and hence control the level of water in the compartment. By allowing water flow into and out of the compartment and controlling that flow, the weight of the floating unit can be controlled and hence the draft of the floating unit (i.e. extent to which the floating unit is submerged in the water) can be controlled. That is, the depth at which the floating unit sits in the surrounding water can be controlled via the amount of water in the compartment. Because the draft of the floating unit affects the stability (i.e. the heave, pitch and roll) of the floating unit in the water, controlling the draft of the floating unit enables the stability of the floating unit to be optimized.
WO/2016/118001 NANOCARRIER DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR HYDROPHOBIC SUBSTANCES||WO||28.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050004||MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD||FU, Ju Yen|
A nanocarrier delivery system for hydrophobic substances comprising a composition of nanoparticles. The nanoparticle comprises a surfactant of ascorbyl palmitate, a cholesterol, a hydrophilic polymer, a functionalized polymer containing a carboxylic end group, a chemical linker and a targeting protein. A method of producing the nanoparticles and the use of the nanoparticle for the manufacture of a pharmaceutical in the treatment and/or prevention of cancer and cancer related conditions.
WO/2016/117998 A ROBOT-ASSISTED THERAPY SYSTEM||WO||28.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/050158||UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA (UTM)||YEONG, Che Fai|
The present invention relates to a robot-assisted therapy system (1000) for 5 treating an impaired wrist of a stroke patient. The robot-assisted therapy system (1000) comprises of a pulse oximeter (100); a computing device (200) having a processor (210); and a robotic device (300) having a housing (350), a power switch (370), and an emergency switch (380). The robotic device (300) further comprises of a controller (330); a motor (340); a handle (360); a current sensor (310); and a rotary 10 encoder (320). Additionally, the current sensor (310), the rotary encoder (320), the controller (330), and the motor (340) are enclosed within the housing (350).
WO/2016/117999 DNA EXTRACTION METHOD ON SUTURE SAMPLES FOR PORCINE TRACE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST||WO||28.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000002||UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA||Sh. Mohd Saifuddeen Bin Sh. Mohd Salleh|
The present invention disclosed a method to trace porcine DNA in a catgut suture by extracting the DNA from the catgut suture and analyzing the extracted DNA. The method of tracing porcine DNA in a catgut suture comprising steps of: homogenizing the catgut suture into a mixture of plant tissue lysis buffer and proteinase K; separating the DNA from the homogenous solution by using the column; and analyzing the extracted DNA by using polymerase chain reaction, PCR.
||PCT/MY2015/050001||OISOOM SDN BHD||STERK, Hendrik|
The present invention generally relates to an organizer for supporting at least an article, more particularly the present invention relates to an organizer for supporting said at least an article in a configuration for an intended application comprising a support (11), and the organizer (101) facilitates modular setup for supporting at least an article (12) via at least a connector (17) such that the organizer (101) provides accessibility and manageability of said at least an article (12).
WO/2016/114646 RECOVERY OF TOCOPHEROLS/TOCOTRIENOLS, CAROTENOIDS, GLYCEROLS, STEROLS AND FATTY ACID ESTERS FROM CRUDE VEGETABLE OIL AND THE PROCESS THEREOF||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/050030||HO, David Sue San||HO, David Sue San|
A process for recovering tocotrienols/tocopherols, carotenoids and sterols from crude vegetable oil, characterised in that prior to the recovery steps, the amount of the free fatty acids in the oil is reduced to less than 3.50% by weight by distillation or neutralization.
WO/2016/111612 METHOD OF FABRICATING ZINC OXIDE AS TRANSPARENT CONDUCTIVE OXIDE LAYER||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050001||UNIVERSITI MALAYA||ABU BAKAR, Ahmad Shuhaimi|
A method of preparing nanocolumns of zinc oxide (ZnO) on silicon substrates by radio frequency (RF) magnetron sputtering is disclosed. The process is performed using ZnO5 targets of 99.999% purity, in the presence of argon and oxygen gases, RF power of 100 to 300 Watt, at substrate temperature of 300 to 600°C and sputtering pressure of 1 to 10 mTorr. The optimum oxygen percentage over total mixture of argon and oxygen found to deposit ZnO layers of uniform thickness, with dense and fine nanocolumns, is 5 to 10% O2. The nanostructured TCO synthesized can be deposited on top of an LED structure to impose10 rough surface properties, which are useful in improving LEE and reducing light loss. In addition, the average optical transmittance of the ZnO film is 78% in the visible range of 470 nm. The present invention demonstrates advantages such as catalyst-free sputter deposition, formation of dense and uniform ZnO nanocolumn arrays, improved LEE and high transmission in visible spectral range, leading to suitable application in blue InGaN-based15 LEDs.
WO/2016/111610 DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/050157||H2O SAVER ASIA SDN BHD||BHANOT, Rajiv, Anand|
A drinking water supply system comprising a receiver module (10) for receiving raw water and a filter module (20) having filter cassettes (30) capable of storing water. The filter module has a filter cassette containing filter membranes of a minimum pore size of 15nm. The filter cassette is disposed horizontally within the filter module and there is an outlet for expression of filtered drinking water. The filter module is disposed below the receiver module. The position of the filter module relative to the receiver module and the weight of stored water within the filter module enables filtering of water through the filter cassette solely by action of gravity to produce drinking water. The present system is designed to maximize and utilise the force of gravity which generates a natural pressure to force water through the filter without a pump. The pores of the filters are so small that it filters out even the smallest waterborne viruses, such as the polio virus.
WO/2016/111613 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICE WITH DETACHABLE WIRELESS MODULE AND METHOD THEREOF||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050002||YAP, Wang Han||YAP, Wang Han|
The present invention is directed to an electronic communication device including a smart device adapted to be configured or worn around a wrist of user through a wrist-band, characterized in that the electronic communication device includes: a) at least one detachable wireless module detachably connected with the electronic communication device, b) a recess or housing adapted to receive or accommodate the detachable wireless module; wherein the detachable wireless module includes an engaging portion adapted to be detachably mounted to a complementary engaging member of the recess or housing; and wherein the detachable wireless module is adapted to be configured to operate in hands-free operating mode and attaching operating mode; such that in the hands-free operating mode, the detachable wireless module is disengaged from the electronic communication device without the loss of Bluetooth paring or wireless interface connection; and in the attaching operating mode, the detachable wireless module becomes an integral part of the electronic communication device.