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Maternal blood test for fetal size abnormalities (FSA) Ref No: Smi-3826-19 Find out more
Enhancing the efficacy and persistence of autologous T cell therapies Ref No: Joh-3155-15 & Joh-3733-19 Find out more
Safe and efficient synthesis of Ansa Indenyl Catalysts Ref No: Wri-3843-19 Find out more
Powering IoT sensors without batteries: Printed hybrid thermoelectric materials Ref No: Kar-3736-19 Find out more
Using vibrations to charge implantable devices Ref No: Kar-3513-17 Find out more
Flexible profile ring rolling Ref No: All-3115-15 Find out more
In-operando battery chemistry monitoring Ref No: Gre-3747-19 Find out more
Densified Collagen Tubes for Human Tissue Replacement Ref No: Mar-3702-18 Find out more
Reinforced Bulk Superconductors Ref No: Nam-3386-16 Find out more
A New Class of Collagen Membranes Ref No: Cam-3575-17 Find out more
iPS cells derived from circulatory endothelial progenitors Ref No: Mor-2564-11 Find out more
Printable inks based on layered nanomaterials Ref No: Fer-2710-12 Find out more
Database of contemporary spoken English Ref No: Nol-2585-11 Find out more
Generation of origin-specific vascular smooth muscle cells Ref No: Sin-2591-11 Find out more
Simulator software Ref No: Hov-2295-09 Find out more
Transgenic mice with fluorescently labelled intestinal K-cells Ref No: Gri-2367-09 Find out more
JBIG-KIT Lossless Image Compression Library Ref No: Kuh-266-02 Find out more
Transgenic mice with fluorescently labelled proglucagon-expressing cells Ref No: Gri-1716-06 Find out more