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Patent to breathe cleaner air

It has been known for a long time that air quality is affected by emission of harmful gases into the atmosphere Gases composed of six compounds containing nitrogen and oxygen deserve special attention These are so-called NOx
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Detecting heavy metal ions in human and animal cells | Patent for the University of Silesia

Any chemical compounds based on quinoline structure demonstrate interesting biological activity, which is why they enjoy large interest of scientists around the world They are useful eg in designing medicines with antibacterial, antifungal, antimalarial, and even anticancer properties Quinoline derivatives, apart from the potential use in pharmaceutical industry, may also be used as fluorescent
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New compounds to support fight against colonic cancer, prostate cancer and myeloid leukemia | Patent for the University of Silesia

For many years, scientists from the University of Silesia have been conducting research whose results contribute to development of medicine These actions include designing new chemical compounds, combined with the analysis of their properties A good example is the new quinazoline derivatives developed by Dr Eng Jacek Mularski, Dr Katarzynę Malarz, and Prof
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Active layers in organic electroluminescent diodes (OLEDs) | Patent for the University of Silesia

Design of nanomaterials and research on their properties contributes, among other things, to the ongoing development of modern technologies applied in organic electronics Interesting solutions are provided by anthracene derivatives, which, thanks to their properties, may be used for the construction of active layers in organic electroluminescent diodes (OLEDs) A method for obtaining such
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Patents accelerating breeding of new barley varieties

|Małgorzata Kłoskowicz| Scientists from the University of Silesia in Katowice have developed two solutions that will help in accelerating the process of obtaining new barley varieties by several years Years of research have resulted in a new method of isolating and initiating in vitro culture of microspores using an earlier developmental stage of spring barley “The
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