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We have developed a unique algorithm with a suite of software tools to enable the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), specifically deep learning, for sparse, or noisy data, that is typicaly found in experimental research and development environments. Our core software encapsulates a new algorithm and architecture for deep learning that allows very sparse data to be used to train new models. Currently deep learning requires large amounts of high quality data to train on to generate accurate mod...

Booth UK09 - Intellegens
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The present invention is a low cost and simple medication dispenser that can be operated by any authorised person and not necessarily by a skilled or trained person. Briefly, the present invention is developed to provide a dispensing apparatus equipped with an identification or recognition mechanism to detect the patient, and dispense the medication based on the stored medication records of the respective patient. With this present invention, the patient or user can easily access the dispenser, ...

Booth C01 - UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (UM)
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Wide range of radioisotopes is used in nuclear medicine for diagnostic and therapeutic applications. In recent years, a number of metal radioisotopes have been considered as they enable nuclear medicine utilizations in exact accordance to patient needs as defined by principles of “personalized medicine”; for such utilizations, the term “theranostics” is also used. These radioisotopes cannot be applied in free form as, in such form, they are non- specifically deposited in tissues. Therefore, the ...

Booth A24 - Centre for Knowledge and Technology Transfer at Charles University
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Our Technology Proprietary triple technology of plant bioactive extraction, plant bioink composite and 3D bioprinting methodology, enables 3D bioprinting of high resolution, multi-layered bioscaffold with larger surface area, smaller and controllable pore sizes (400-100 micron or smaller)  and greater porosity (>90%). Bioscaffolds printed have demonstrated enhanced cell attachment and proliferation, tunable biodegradation profile that can be monitored in vivo and non-invasively in real time. Bi...

Booth FI17 - Kosmode Health Singapore
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Currently, active compounds (e.g. pharmaceutical and/or nutraceutical active ingredients) are administered intravenously, intramuscularly or orally. These conventional methods of administration have their own shortcomings. For example, intravenous administration often requires an expensive clinical setting, is invasive, painful and not suitable for individuals who have a phobia of needles. Oral administration (e.g. via the consumption of capsules, tablets, mixtures and suspensions) is also not a...

Booth A19 - iX Biopharma Ltd
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The conventional methods for cultivating stem cells typically require the use of animals and biochemical growth factors. These methods are costly and the stem cells produced are often cancerous. The technology is a method for growing stem cells without the need of animals or biochemical factors. The device, called inorganic sculptured extracellular nanomatrices (iSECnMs), uses nanoscopic structures on its surfaces to stimulate cell growth. The material is biocompatible and low-cost, so the devic...

Booth B25 - Hong Kong Baptist University (Knowledge Transfer Office)
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Spexin, a neuropeptide expressed both in the central and the peripheral nervous system, is an important regulator of feeding behaviour and gastrointestinal motility. It has been implicated in several metabolic diseases including type-II diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and, most notably, obesity. It is thought that spexin administration may promote weight loss in humans, but the neuropeptide has had limited success due to its short half-life in serum (i.e., it leaves the body too quic...

Booth B25 - Hong Kong Baptist University (Knowledge Transfer Office)
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Peritonitis is the most serious complication of peritoneal dialysis. Staphylococcus aureus infections could lead to peritonitis and patients will have to revert from peritoneal dialysis treatments back to hemodialysis. This newly developed and patented patch has a controlled release silicone adhesive-based mupirocin (MP)  for prophylactic effect and its antibacterial effectiveness has been analysed against S. aureaus. The patches were prepared by using different polymers, with and without silico...

Booth C15 - Universiti Brunei Darussalam
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Each year, around 1.5 million people suffer from fractures attributed to osteoporosis. Although treatments exist, recurring fractures are frequent as bone healing requires recruitment of patient’s already diminished pool of stem cells for new bone formation. Subsequent bone fractures thus become increasingly difficult to heal as bone healing ability tends to decrease after each fracture. Although differentiated stem cells can help reverse this process, one major obstacle in implementing this tec...

Booth C11 - NUS ILO
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Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disorder characterised by a progressive decline in cognitive function and memory loss, ultimately leading to death. It is expected to affect more than 135 million people worldwide by 2050. As of now, no cure has been found. Huanglianjiedu Tang (HLJDT, 黃連解毒湯), a famous traditional Chinese formula, is composed of four herbs, namely Rhizoma Coptidis (RC) (Huang Lian in Chinese), Radix Scutellariae (RS) (Huang Qin in Chinese), Cortex Phel...

Booth B25 - Hong Kong Baptist University (Knowledge Transfer Office)
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Pathway-directed therapeutics, for example those targeting the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)-related pathways, have established clinical activity in various types of cancer such as head and neck squamous cell cancers (HNSCC). Although there have been significant improvements in multi-modality approaches to the treatment of cancer, it appears that a full remission rate is of only 50%. To date, the standard of care provides limited options for the treatment of recurrent metastatic diseas...

Booth D11 - National Health Innovation Centre Singapore
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This invention relates to a monitoring device and a monitoring system. More particularly to a smart device and system for monitoring physical properties of an object in real time during transportation and storage in a supply chain. Preferably, it detects temperature, humidity and motion of the object or of an environment in which the object is arranged. It is designed with user experience from healthcare industry. Nowadays in industries such as logistic, pharmaceutical and food industries, exis...

Booth L06 - Luxon Data Holdings Pte Ltd.
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Abstract LD 300 UHF RFID Tunnel Solution is designed for operations in logistics and warehouses where a high number of individual UHF RFID-tagged items contained in a shipping unit can be read without compromising speed, and can also prevent interferences from environmental impacts such as UHF RFID tags in other shipping units or in surrounding area. Tech Overview The design of the shielding tunnel in combination with the configuration of UHF RFID antennas maximizes UHF RFID tags reading insi...

Booth L06 - Luxon Data Holdings Pte Ltd.
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CO2 under certain conditions of pressure and temperature higher or near its critical point acquires intermediate properties between liquid and gas and that makes it a fluid with a powerful solvent capacity, that can be used in many industrial applications some of them linked to extraction as an alternative to traditional organic solvents, and some specific ones linked to purification, impregnation, drying, or encapsulation processes. The industrial applications of supercritical and subcritical ...

Booth C05 - AINIA
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Influenza is an acute viral infection that occurs worldwide, is easily spread and has a high cost to society. Infection has a more serious effect on the young, elderly, pregnant women and persons with chronic diseases or weakened immune systems. To protect those at risk, the solution is vaccination, however, producing enough doses of vaccine in a cost-effective manner can be challenging. Additionally, vaccine manufacturers face considerable burdens such as increasing demand and speed of supply, ...

Booth B37 - CSIRO
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The company has developed a unique solution called MCT (Mobile Cardiac Telemetry). Replacing the traditional cumbersome holter with an unobtrusive cutting edge wearable patch, instead of waiting for weeks for ECG analysis results, cardiac events can be monitored and responded to in real-time and full analytics provided immediately at the end of the patient monitoring period. Our cutting edge wearable biosensor patch (FDA/CE approved) is self-adhesive sticking to the chest and provides medically...

Booth UK05 - Medibiosense Ltd
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This rehabilitation device provides safe and adaptive features for retraining of post-stroke patients to enhance their walking experience training on the treadmill in order to improve gait and endurance. As the safety and the position of the patient is being taken care of by this device, physiotherapist can now focus on the patient's gait and give better suggestions. Patients will also feel more confident with walking at quicker pace without fear of falling. This would help in the rehabilitation...

Booth B28 - Ngee Ann Polytechnic
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