Abstract:…h technology for facile and purification-free protocols in high throughput methods (Aim #2 in Phase 1), and (6) utilization of Nb-tagged Si-particles to sequester Nb-tagged reagents/scavengers in facile and purification-free protocols and investigation into recycling of spent… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project will develop long fiber thermoplastic (LFT) compositions based on recycled carbon fiber. In Phase I, we demonstrated the ability to make high quality LFT formulations based on (1) waste carbon fiber and (2) composites… more
Abstract:… imaging using Positron Emission Tomography (PET). The availability of the 18-labeled water feedstock is limited, costly, and with the growth in new radiopharmaceuticals, thisfeedstock will soon not be able to meet the demand. Thus, there is an urgent need to recycle the spent… more
Abstract:The main objective of this Phase I SBIR project is to design and develop lightweight, low cost, engineered and multi-layered nonwoven composite fabrics made of nylon, para-armid and recycled fibers and their blends to potentially displace the current heavy and bulky nylon duck… more
Abstract:… drives the proposed work. The experiment we aim to support and enhance, the Lithium Tokamak eXperiment (LTX) at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, has a unique configuration designed to study the key issues of transport and stability in fusion plasmas with non-recycling walls. … more
Abstract:Advanced battery recycling has potential to significantly reduce end-of-life cost for large format batteries. Available technology melts or dissolves batteries to recover cobalt or nickel, destroying advanced materials with potential for manufacturing use. With little elemental… more
Abstract:… costs to comply with regulations concerning these hazardous waste streams. Ormond's solution, demonstrated in Phase I, is to replace these chemical baths with waterjet cavitation stripping which can economically strip hard chrome using only water that can be recycled in… more
Abstract:Paragon Space Development Corporation (Paragon) will demonstrate the feasibility and benefits of our Regenerable, heat-Abating, humidity-Neutralizing, Carbon diOxide Removal System (RANCOR) for providing carbon dioxide and humidity recycling and removal for Self-Contained… more
Abstract:… hydrogen production will be fabricated, and the heterogenous rhenium catalyst will be examined for photochemical reduction efficiency. BENEFIT: The energy economy for our planet is dominated by carbon based fuels. The introduction of an efficient process to recycle the… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project addresses current limitations in hydrogen compression and enables reduction in hydrogen requirements for several applications through recycling of exhaust hydrogen containing water and other benign impurities. In Phase 1,… more
Abstract:… potential of this project is in the utilization of a new multifunctional material that can store energy. Such material may be integrated into a structure and save space and weight. It is a green product that requires no water or solvents to produce, it is recyclable and it… more
Abstract:… energy, the large amounts of gaseous hydrogen released during NASA test operations, or in industrial applications where cryogenic hydrogen is used. The technologies developed to capture and clean the hydrogen must be cost effective and able to perform the recycling process… more
Abstract:…, other approaches to mitigating net CO2 production and release are required. In an ideal model, emitted CO2 could be used as a feedstock for producing solid products and chemicals, which are inherently stable for long periods of time and can be continually recycled… more
Abstract:… to the Argonne National Lab?s GREET model. The toxicity of tailpipe emissions are also reduced relative to petroleum-based fuels. As a domestic source of fuel, cellulosic ethanol adds to U.S. energy security and strengthens our economy. By creating jobs and recycling dollars… more
Abstract:… fuel cycle. The new reactors will have a core life of 30 years and burn the plutonium-239 created in the core as well as other transuranics. Deep burn rapidly and effectively reduces the inventory of transuranics from spent fuel without the need for repeated recycles, destroys… more
Abstract:… concerns a high performance, low cost, and high value renewable bioasphalt polymer technology for roofing and other infrastructure construction applications. The bioasphalt is made from coal-fired power plant byproducts flue gas CO2 and fly ash and recycled… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II project proposes to develop a high performance, environmentally benign, and low cost renewable bioasphalt from recycled agricultural byproduct. The availability issue of petroleum based asphalt, along with the high cost of… more
Abstract:… players, printer cartridges, laptops, eReaders, and tablets. The broader impact of ecoATM?s patented system is that we finally achieved the threshold of consumer convenience and financial incentive required to inspire mass consumer participation in electronics recycling. Our… more
Abstract:…, input water, industrial wastewater, and contaminated potable water to protect human and environmental health. It is internationally recognized that clean water is a limited economic resource, and new technologies are being sought to economically recycle and reuse… more
Abstract:… structure suitaable for rolling into comercially sized plate and sheet product. This product is expected to find numerous applications. Further, it is expected that the technology can yield significant"green"benefits by enabling the use of more highly recycled… more
Abstract:… greenhouse gases. Because it is made from a chemically resistant material, it can operate at extremes of pH and temperature, and it has the potential to be self-cleaning. This product can be applied to a range of industries beyond biofuels including industrial water recycling… more
Abstract:… with intensive farming activities, 3) reduce the costs of food production and distribution throughout these regions, and 4) take advantage of unique opportunities that exist at the interface between agricultural and urban locations with respect to plant nutrient recycling.… more
Abstract:This Phase I Small Business Innovation Research Project develops methods of recycling rare earth alloys from used nickel metal hydride batteries. Alloys of rare earth metal, nickel and other metals provide functional hydride storage materials that are critical to the operation… more
Abstract:… sources of low-cost, large-scale renewable biofuels. Micro-algae are one of most promising sources of renewable energy, with high potential per-acre oil productivity, minimal competition with arable land and limited freshwater supplies, and efficient recycling of CO2… more
Abstract:…ion of samples for evaluation by clients and partners in a variety of application settings. The broader impact/commercial potential of this project is significant. Successful completion of our Phase I activities will have a positive impact on both the glass recycling and… more
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