Abstract:During our Phase I efforts critical questions were answered and several techniques developed, enabling us to foresee a commercially viable clam aquaculture industry. The primary objective of our research during Phase II will be to continue developing the tools realized during Phase I feasibility… more
Piezoelectric Biosensors for Bacterial Detection and Speciation--Biode, Inc., 20 Freedom Parkway, Bangor, ME 04401-5745; (207) 848-2083
Dr. Jeffrey C. Andle, l, Principal Investigator
Dr. Jeffrey C. Andle, Business Official
DOE Grant No. DE-FG02-97ER82335
Recent developments… more
Abstract:This project seeks to demonstrate the practicality of using resonant circuit techniques to excite the field of specially designed high frequency alternators for the efficient production of 60 Hz AC power. The project will also explore the practicality of controlling the resonant excitation so that… more
Development of Carbon Products from the Waste Stream of the Super Critical Deashing Process in Coal Liquefaction--Fiber Materials, Inc., 5 Morin Street, Biddeford, ME 04005-4414; (207) 282-5911
Mr. Clifford Baker, Principal Investigator
Mr. David R. Audie, Business Official
DOE Grant No.… more
Abstract:Enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC) is among the most important agents involved in pediatric diarrhea anmost frequently encountered cause of illness in visitors to these regions. It is estimated that 16 mindustrialized nations travel to ETEC-endemic regions annually, and that 30-70% of these travelers… more
Abstract:The overall objective of this project is to develop a medical fibrin sealant from fish plasma. Commercial aquaculture rears millions of large salmonids, and the plasma from these fish offers an unexplored and innovative source of highly conserved clotting factors. A major advantage is safety from… more
Abstract:There is a current requirement for a simple and reliable nitric oxide (NO) sensor in the diagnosisrespiratory distress. We have the technical expertise to provide an NO monitor. The sensor combinesselectivity offered by chemiresistive technology and the high level of sensitivity offered by SAW… more
Abstract:Military personnel are vulnerable to many biological agents, such as bacteria, bacterial toxins and viruses, in the field. These agents must be detected rapidly to allow prompt treatment of infected personnel. These agents may be detected using either immunological (antibody-antigen) or genomic… more
Abstract:This proposal defines the development and evaluation of a dedicated microwave device for rapid, autstandardized fixation of tissue biopsies for histopathological examination. Microwave energy is useddilute aldehyde or salt solutions to produce fixation results that are equal in quality to chemicalto… more
Abstract:40950 November 19, 1996
Sensor Research and Development Corporation
Since nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from motor vehicles account for about half of all NOx fossil fuel combustion emissions, small, low-power, inexpensive, and accurate sensors are required… more
Abstract:The need for a reconfigurable, affordable, DIS compatible Combat Vehicle Simulator is immediate. The training needs of the Army Reserve and National C3uard (ARNG) are unique, ARNG personnel operate actual equipment infrequently and therefore have little opportunity to maintain proficiency in basic… more
Abstract:THERE IS A CRITICAL NEED FOR A FAST, SIMPLE SENSOR FOR AQUEOUS MERCURY IN WASTE, SURFACE, AND GROUND WATER. THIS SENSOR IS REQUIRED FOR THE DOE REMEDIATION EFFORTS AS WELL AS THE MORE WIDESPREAD EFFORTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. SUCH A SENSOR SHOULD BE ABLE TO REACT TO NANOGRAM PER MILLILITER… more
Abstract:We will test the feasibility of a reusable electronic biosensor technology capable of detecting HIVdirectly in serum. This technology is based upon the merging of two relatively different technologieAcoustic Plate Mode (APM) micro sensors. This biosensor technology will be capable of providing a… more
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