Universidad de Cádiz

Universidad de Cádiz

Technology Transfer Office

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About Universidad de Cádiz


The university of Cadiz is a state university with 4 campuses and more than 2,000 lecturers. It is located at South Spain and it is one of the nine state universities in Andalusia, Spain. We have in our portfolio more than 100 patents for licensing, looking for potential investors.
Research areas
Water TransportAutomotive engineering Air pollution control for cars and transportSystem and transportationHydrogen production and 25 more
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Publications (12)

BrisAire should be placed on the air exit located on the outside of the air conditioning, held to the casing using the two adhesive strips, which allow easy assembly and disassembly. The central piece, made of light material, makes it ideal for absorbing the mass of air, acting as a loading buffer.[…]

We have developed an improved fast and sequential protocol that permits the determination of low concentrations of nitrite and nitrate in aquatic samples using small volumes. It is ideal to analyse large sets of samples with different characteristics, since it is enough a small amount of water the v[…]

This device allows a faster diagnosis, more efficient and more economic than the alternative proceeding. Its design allows obtaining reliable and accurate information on the degree of fouling and biofouling that membranes of the unit are developing without sacrificing any of them. Its quick placeme[…]

Our product: .- Stabilizes fish and / or algae oils, slowing its normal oxidation process, that until now hindered its alimentary uses. .- Provides oil blend with a more balanced proportion of natural antioxidants (polyphenols) and vitamins (A, D and E) than the oils offered current in the marke[…]

Currently substantial efforts are being made in the maritime navigation sector to stop or reduce collisions between ships. Such collisions are significant causes of the loss of human life, losses of vessels and their cargos, and damage to the natural environment of the sea and coastlines. These effo[…]

UCA researchers have developed a new process for the treatment of waste waters by using microalgae, specifically for the removal of nitrogen and phosphorus. This process is based on applying three fundamental findings made by the research group: • Before the microalgae start to grow, they are alr[…]

Since the 1990's, the mixed oxides of cerium and zirconium have replaced cerium oxide in the composition of the three-way catalyzers used in the automotive industry. The fundamental reason for this is the improved textural behaviour of the oxides of Ce/Zr, compared with the effectiveness of cerium o[…]

• The action of the alkaline peroxide at moderate concentrations has been combined in one single stage. • The reaction times are short and the operating temperature is moderate. • The accessibility of the polysaccharides to the subsequent enzymatic attack is improved. • Hydrolysis yields of close[…]

Moreover, we present a lens prototype in audible frequencies to demonstrate the validity of the modelling method. The applicability ranges from medical (non-incisive surgery, ecography, physiotherapy) and ultrasonics in general, to environmental acoustics. The invention consists on the descriptio[…]

Exploitation of the large amounts of glycerine produced as a by-product of the production of biodiesel and similar industrial processes. The employment of this culture medium increases the production yield of ethanol and hydrogen, in comparison with that obtained from the use of other sources of ca[…]

Currently, considerable quantities of lingo-cellulosic residues are generated continuously in many sectors of the agro-food industry. If these can be suitably processed, they are of great commercial interest to industry as potential raw materials for the production of biofuels and a variety of other[…]

The technique exploits the extreme oxidation characteristics of supercritical water, (defined as 221 bar and 374 ºC). Under these conditions oils become soluble, and a single homogeneous reaction phase is obtained in which the organic compounds and oxygen are brought into contact. This results in an[…]

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