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A web application incorporating an efficient algorithm that predicts the chemical dose rate required to remove dissolved organic carbon in water treatment plants. Chemical coagulants are used at water treatment plants to remove dissolved organic material to improve water quality. Climate change is increasing localised flood events and droughts that affect the input supplies to water treatment plants. Though substantial variability in input supplies is not new, the rate at which these events occ...

Booth 5J05 - UniSA Ventures Pty Ltd

Detection of shrimp and fish pathogens: Shrimp aquaculture has been dramatically affected by many pathogenic diseases e.g. White Spot disease, Early Mortality Syndrome (EMS) and Hepatopancreatic microsporidiosis, mainly caused by White spot syndrome virus (WSSV), Vibrio parahaemolyticus (VPAHPND) and Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei (EHP) respectively. These pathogens can be detected by LAMP technique targeting a more specific target combined with DNA-functionalized gold nanoparticles as probes. As ...

Booth 5H12 - National Science and Technology Development Agency

ISFET stands for Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor. ISFET is developed from Metal Oxide Semiconductor (MOS) transistor except there is no gate on top of the ISFET as opposed to MOS. MOS is used extensively in all electronic gadgets, laptops, computers; they are the main components of computer memories and CPUs.

Booth 5H12 - National Science and Technology Development Agency

We have developed a proprietary analytical platform that combines tiny molecular machines (biosensors) with a compact reading device to provide minimally trained users with laboratory quality results in minutes.  Our biosensors are proteins engineered to have a customisable detector and a constant signalling module. The signalling uses bioluminescence resonance energy transfer (BRET).  The signal is read on a microfluidic device for speed, ease of use and economy. We developed this technology b...

Booth 5D05 - CSIRO

This technology relates to a method of algae removal and selective water intake using a floating siphon linked with a water quality sensor. It allows selective water intake by the siphon piping connected to a floatation device. This is to maintain constant depth from the water surface while removing clustered algae near the body of embankment or dam. It also improves the capability to prevent flooding and other natural disasters.

Booth 5G17 - Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology

The nitrite ion (NO2-) is widely recognized as surface & groundwater contaminants originating from agricultural activities, improper wastewater discharge, and atmospheric precipitation. In addition, nitrite exposure is detrimental to general public health. This technology relates to a detection assay that allows faster and more convenient naked eye nitrite detection (within 1 min and without the use of any instruments). In comparison, the conventional Griess method requires heating and 30 mins i...

Booth 5K04 - City University of Hong Kong

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