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ID31472850Published Date2019-11-15JournalCarbohydrate polymers, 2019-11-15, Volume 224
Recent studies advocate the use of cellulose nanomaterials (CNs) as a sustainable carbohydrate polymer in numerous innovative electronics for their quintessential features such as flexibility, low thermal expansion and self-/directed assembly within multiphase matrices. Herein, we review the contemporary advances in CN-built electrochemical systems and highlight the constructive effects of these nanoscopic entities once engineered in conductive composites, proton exchange membranes (PEMs), el…
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Publication NumberUS 10467755Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2014-04-23Publication Date2019-11-05
The present invention provides, among other things, methods of identifying cancerous or pre-cancerous tissue including providing a first region of tissue from a subject, calculating a roughness exponent for the first region of tissue, and comparing the roughness exponent of the first region of tissue to 0.5, wherein a difference of less than 0.2 between the roughness exponent of the first region of tissue and 0.5 indicates that the tissue is cancerous or pre-cancerous. Additionally, the prese…
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Biology and Ecology Biology and Ecology Environmentally Friendly Pollutant Remediation, Dye Decolorization PROBLEM: Organic pollutants and dyes from textile and paper plants in industrial waste streams need remediation. SOLUTION: Using the chemically enhanced Fenton system, dyes can be remediated quickly in an environmentally safe manner. HOW IT WORKS: The traditional Fenton reaction produces hydroxyl radicals that can be used to activate or break-down dye, lignin, or pollutant molecules by […
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Semiconductors Semiconductors Novel system architecture results in 33.9% increase in computer system performance It is predicted that by 2018 computers will be capable of a billion billion calculations per second.  That means they will require 1000 times more memory than is available today.  One essential type of memory, DRAM, is reaching its performance limit for energy efficiency and transistor scaling. Phase Change Memory (PCM) is a leading contender […]
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Education Education Analyze Samples in the Lab or Field with this New Portable Fluorescence Spectrometer PROBLEM: 1.) Important science topics are sometimes not addressed in high schools because spectroscopy instruments are too expensive to purchase and maintain  2.) Field technicians have to take water and soil samples to a lab for spectroscopy analysis, adding time and complication  3.) Valuable data is not available from remote sensors due to spectrometer power […]
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Textile Textile Environmentally Friendly Pollutant Remediation, Dye Decolorization PROBLEM: Organic pollutants and dyes from textile and paper plants in industrial waste streams need remediation. SOLUTION: Using the chemically enhanced Fenton system, dyes can be remediated quickly in an environmentally safe manner. HOW IT WORKS: The traditional Fenton reaction produces hydroxyl radicals that can be used to activate or break-down dye, lignin, or pollutant molecules by […]
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Date Added2019-11-03
STATUS STATUS Simple hardware modification eliminates passive RFID tag interference Radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems transmit data wirelessly between a reader and a tag/sensor attached to an object.  The purpose is to identify and track the object, and sometimes to collect and transmit information about the object’s environment. The tag may either be “active”, having its own source of power, or “passive”, relying solely on the […] Detect Breast…
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Simple hardware modification eliminates passive RFID tag interference Radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems transmit data wirelessly between a reader and a tag/sensor attached to an object.  The purpose is to identify and track the object, and sometimes to collect and transmit information about the object’s environment. The tag may either be “active”, having its own source of power, or “pas…
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RESEARCH GROUP RESEARCH GROUP Simple hardware modification eliminates passive RFID tag interference Radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems transmit data wirelessly between a reader and a tag/sensor attached to an object.  The purpose is to identify and track the object, and sometimes to collect and transmit information about the object’s environment. The tag may either be “active”, having its own source of power, or “passive”, relying solely on the [……
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Chemistry Chemistry Analyze Samples in the Classroom, Lab or Field with this Portable Fluorescence Spectrometer This portable, durable, inexpensive florescence spectrometer has a variety of potential applications, including the following: Secondary education, where important STEM topics may not be adequately addressed because spectroscopy instruments are too expensive to purchase and maintain. Field research in which technicians are required to transport water or soil samples to a lab for spe…
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