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A technological university from Poland patented a luminescent nanostructure (<100nm) with superior stability and remarkable optical properties for bioimaging or optoelectronics application. The nanoparticles are produced by an ecological process without using high boiling solvents and toxic precursor, in ambient condition. Partners are sought to cooperate with via license agreement.
The researcher group from Technological University from Poland which deals with production of high luminescent, semiconductor quantum dots having positive surface applicable in several types of industry such as biology, medicine, printing and optoelectronics is looking for cooperation. Developed nanoparticles meet the requirements of biomedical and medical industry. The nanoparticles are not toxic, have relatively small size and hydrophilic nature due to a suitable stabilizer and water-solubility. After simple surface modification with long aliphatic ligand with big success can find application in optoelectronics as an element of polymer nanocomposites. The modification of nanoparticle surfaces induces a change in their nature from hydrophilic to hydrophobic. The university is looking for partners to cooperate with via license agreement ready to develop and bring the product to the market.
- much higher intensity of luminescent with sizes of less than 100 nm, even up to 3-4 nm,
- better homogeneity in the size,
- higher concentration of nanoparticles in water suspension,
- shortening of the synthesis process,
- simple process, without using toxic substrate;
The process guarantees superior structural homogeneity, both regarding size and shape, and reproducibility. The luminescent are chemically, physically and optically stable during several weeks.
The university is seeking for university/R & D companies able to develop and commercialize the product and to cooperate via license agreement. The role of the partner is to further develop the technology to the industrial scale and introduce it internationally.