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Istanbul, Turkey

Sabancı University, established in 1994, is a private university in Istanbul, Turkey. Its first students matriculated in 1999. The first academic session started on October 20, 1999 . Wikipedia.


Patent
Sabanci University | Date: 2012-10-02

The present invention relates to metal coated nano-fibres obtained by a process that includes electrospinning and to the use of said metal coated nano-fibres. The process is characterised in that a polymer nano-fibre with functional groups providing the binding ability to a reducing reagent is prepared by electrospinning at ambient conditions. Then this is contacted with a reducing agent, thereby opening the epoxy ring on the surface of polymer nano-fibre and replacing with the reducing agent and the reducing agent modified film is reacted with metal solution in alkaline media. Finally the electrospun mat is treated with water to open the epoxy rings in the structure and crosslinking the chains to provide integrity.


This invention relates to crosslinked protein nanoparticles and a method for producing the same. The method comprises the preparation and nanonization (i.e., size reduction to the nanoscale) of protein nanoparticle precursor materialsi.e., crosslinked proteins of the micron or greater sizevia mechanical or hydrodynamic shear, mechanical crushing, sonic cavitation and/or hydrodynamic cavitation.


Patent
Ozyegin University and Sabanci University | Date: 2011-10-05

A nanoplasmonic device includes a nanoplasmonicly heatable layer having a heating side and a cooling side, the heatable layer including a plurality of localized energy receiving sites; and a cooling structure located adjacent to the cooling side, the cooling structure including a nanoscale structure to remove heat from the heated layer.


The present invention provides novel use of the polymeric films comprising halloysite nanotubes as a packaging material for food products. Said halloysite nanotubes are incorporated with active agents such as antibacterial agents preferably of natural type for providing antibacterial, barrier and ethylene scavenging properties.


The present invention is directed to methods and a bio-capacitor sensing device for the detection of toxic chemicals using bacteria. The sensing platform comprises gold interdigitated capacitor with a defined geometry, a layer of carboxy-CNTs immobilized with viable

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