||PCT/NL2015/050181||PERKINELMER HEALTH SCIENCES B.V.||GILLESEN, Eduard|
The present invention is in the field of an improved scintillator for X-rays, use of the inventive scintillator, an X-ray detector comprising the present scintillator, and a method of producing an improved scintillator. A scintillator converts X-rays into visible light; high performance scintillators are typically made of a crystalline material.
WO/2016/153336 ADJUVANT COMPOSITION, TREATMENT COMPOSITION AND AQUEOUS SPRAY FORMULATIONS SUITABLE FOR AGRICULTURALLY-RELATED USE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2015/050185||GREENA B.V.||BONN, Daniel|
The present invention relates to an adjuvant composition, and a treatment composition for use in an aqueous spray formulation suitable for agricultural usethat provide a reduced drift and increased deposition. Said composition/formulation comprises a polyethylene oxide polymerand a non-ionic surfactant.
WO/2016/153343 METHOD FOR CLEANING DEPOSITION APPARATUS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/050195||ASM INTERNATIONAL N.V.||GRANNEMAN, Ernst Hendrik August|
A method for easily removing a deposition residue from deposition space components of a deposition apparatus in which substrates are treated for applying at least one layer using one of CVD, PECVD, ALD, PVD and evaporation. In a deposition apparatus having a deposition space that is bounded by deposition space walls at least one deposition treatment is performed to apply a layer on a substrate within the deposition space. The deposition space walls are provided with a coating. The deposition space walls are cleaned with a selective wet-etching treatment. The composition of the deposition space wall coating is adapted to the composition of the deposition residue that is deposited on the deposition space walls during the deposition treatment and the liquid etching agent that is used during the selective wet etching treatment, such that the deposition residue is removed without affecting the deposition space walls.
WO/2016/153344 NOVEL MARKER FOR GESTATIONAL DIABETES||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/050196||IQ PRODUCTS B.V.||SCHUITEMAKER, Joost Henric Nicolaas|
The present invention relates to methods of typing a female subject as being at risk of developing gestational diabetes, comprising determining a level of expression of Secreted Frizzled-Related Protein 4 (s FRP4). The invention further relates to methods of treating of a subject being at risk of developing, gestational diabetes, comprising typing the subject according to the methods of the invention, and treating the subject with a dietary meal plan and/or physical activity. The invention additionally relates to kit for a pregnant female subject for susceptibility to gestational diabetes, use of a kit according to the invention for typing a female subject as being at risk of developing gestational diabetes, and to an antibody specific to s FRP4 for use in a method for determining a risk of a female subject of developing gestational diabetes.
WO/2016/153345 METHOD OF PROVIDING AN IMPRINTED SECURITY FEATURE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/050197||MORPHO B.V.||VAN DEN BERG, Jan|
The invention relates to a method of forming a security document (1) comprising the steps of: -providing a base layer (2) having a top side (6), -providing a color image (3) onto an image area (Ai) of the top side (6) by printing colored ink,on the top side (6), -characterized in that, -a lens structure is applied over the colored ink, the lens structure having a predetermined focal plane (8) situated at a distance from the top side (6), and -laser engraving a black image in through the lens structure and through the colored ink to form blackened image elements substantially at or near the focal plane.
WO/2016/153346 A ROTARY FEED-THROUGH FOR MOUNTING A ROTATING SUBSTRATE TUBE IN A LATHE, A CVD LATHE AND A CORRESPONDING METHOD USING THE CVD LATHE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/050198||DRAKA COMTEQ B.V.||MILICEVIC, Igor|
A rotary feed-through for mounting a rotating substrate tube in a lathe and providing a flow of process gas into the tube, said feed-through comprising a process gas supply line for providing a process gas into said substrate tube, a rotatable holder arranged for receiving and holding said substrate tube for rotating said substrate tube with respect to said process gas supply line, a rotary union provided between said rotatable holder and said process gas supply line for rotatably connecting said rotatable holder to said process gas supply line, a stationary housing connected to said process gas supply line and to said rotatable holder, therewith forming a closed cavity surrounding said rotary union, wherein said stationary housing further comprises an auxiliary gas supply line for providing said closed cavity with an auxiliary gas.
WO/2016/153347 CANNABIDIOL ISOLATE FROM INDUSTRIAL-HEMP AND USE THEREOF IN PHARMACEUTICAL AND/OR COSMETIC PREPARATIONS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/050199||ECHO PHARMACEUTICALS B.V.||EIROA MARTINEZ, Cristina Maria|
The present invention relates to a process for preparing cannabidiol isolates from industrial hemp. With the process an economically feasible manner is provided of putting industrial hemp waste material to use as a starting material for producing CBD. The present process offers the advantage that it produces a high purity CBD extract in good yield. The method further offers the advantage that it is highly reproducible in that it produces CBD isolate with a specific cannabinoid profile, which is particularly important for pharmaceutical and/or cosmetic applications. The invention thus also relates to the cannabidiol isolates that can be obtained using the process and to applications thereof in pharmaceutical and/or cosmetic formulations.
WO/2016/153339 METHOD AND FACILITY FOR BREEDING INSECTS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/050167||PROTI-FARM R & D B.V.||CALIS, Hans|
The present invention relates to a method and facility for breeding insects. According to the invention, the insect breeding facility comprises a spawning area comprising spawning containers which are adapted to receive adult insects and insect food, wherein at least one spawn structure is provided in each spawning container, in which spawn structures the mother insects will spawn their eggs. The plurality of spawning containers are stacked in one or more stacks of containers. Furthermore a hatch area is provided in which the eggs will hatch and which allows periodical harvesting of baby larvae from the hatch area.
WO/2016/153337 SYSTEM FOR THE DETECTION OF A LEAKAGE IN A ROOF||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/000007||ABS INFRADVIES B.V.||BRUINS SLOT, Albert|
Roof including a supporting structure, a vapour barrier or sealing layer situated above the supporting structure, a thermally insulating layer composed of horizontally connecting insulating plates, which layer has been placed on the vapour barrier/sealing layer, and a layer of waterproof roof covering situated above the insulating layer, wherein at least one transmitter unit has been arranged in the thermally insulating layer, preferably in the bottom side of the thermally insulating layer, which transmitter unit is operationally connected to a moisture sensor that has been provided with moisture contact points or electrodes that cooperate together and are situated at the bottom side of the thermally insulating layer, wherein the transmitter unit has been configured for transmitting a signal indicative of the presence of water/moisture at the electrodes, in particular of the moisture contact points or electrodes contacting water and preferably a signal indicative of the location of the transmitter unit.
WO/2016/153338 METHOD AND FACILITY FOR BREEDING INSECTS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/NL2016/050166||PROTI-FARM R & D B.V.||CALIS, Hans|
The present invention relates to a method and facility for breeding insects. According to the invention, the insect breeding facility comprises a spawning area comprising spawning containers which are adapted to receive adult insects and insect food, wherein at least one spawn structure is provided in each spawning container, in which spawn structures the mother insects will spawn their eggs. Furthermore a hatch area is provided in which the eggs will hatch and which allows periodical harvesting of baby larvae from the hatch area. The hatch area comprises a plurality of hatching chambers corresponding in number with the number of batches of spawning containers.