Abstract:nanoRETE is a developing a nanoparticle-based biosensor technology platform that has the ability for real-time detection of pathogens. Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) that primarily affects the lungs. In Phase I research, nanoRETE… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Peel ply, sanding and atmospheric plasma treatment have been examined as alternative methods for the surface preparation of bismaleimide carbon-fiber composites prior to bonding. It was found that atmospheric plasma treatment of the composite surface decreases the… more
Abstract:… radiative properties of ambient aerosols, the developed spectrometers will advance the existing commercial condensation nuclei counter markets for both industrial and commercial applications. Of primary concern in the working environment are inhalation and skin … more
Abstract:Trauma and burn injuries are leading causes of military casualties and need more effective treatments. They are frequently associated with a severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome, triggered by tissue damage, cytokine and inflammatory mediator release,… more
Abstract:To address the lack of treatment options for lymphedema patients we propose the use of nanopatterned collagen thread-like scaffolds (threads) designed to create new lymphatic channels. We have engineered these nanopatterned threads to closely mimic the native structure of… more
Abstract:… required by applications in clinical treatments, remote sensing, and information technology. The Q-switched laser with short pulse duration, small size, low-driving voltage and ease of operation, has been recognized as the gold standard for effective aesthetic and skin … more
Abstract:…re cost-effective feedstock cultivars of maize for the bio-based products industry. This project will also demonstrate the applicability of this new lignin-modification technology for improving bioenergy feedstocks for both annual and perennial crops. The treatment of cellulosic… more
Abstract:The proposed research effort explores the use of a nanosecond pulse driven offset semiconducting surface dielectric barrier discharge (SSDBD) device for the control of high speed, near surface air flows and the reduction of skin friction drag. With the nanosecond discharge,… more
Abstract:…. A near-term solution is possible by combining known engineering solutions in a novel way. By building on well understood technologies, our team is poised to prepare rugged miniature sensors that are embedded in a flexible adhesive patch and worn directly on the skin.… more
Abstract:… for DHA, a sustainable and safe nutraceutical that is in serious supply shortage worldwide. Data suggest that omega-3 fatty acids, such as DHA, play important roles in enhancing heart health, brain health, child and infant development and preventing various chronic diseases,… more
Abstract:… to drug therapy that would not otherwise be possible. Remotely-controlled dosing following a programmable drug regimen would dramatically simplify and expedite experimental studies. These novel pumps can also be adapted or scaled up to treat human disease, especially… more
Abstract:… Lignin Company, which is commercializing SLRP™ lignin technology funded bya DOR grant;
• The team has an extensive network to tap emerging sources of lignin from biorefinery start-ups nationwide;
• If this Phase I is successful, and environmentally-friendly wood treatment… more
Abstract:… Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project seeks to address the most significant and challenging software need in healthcare: Cohort identification. A cohort is a group of patients with a common medical condition. Cohorts underpin modern medical care, defining treatment… more
Abstract:… and academia. Major OEMs of scientific instruments have asked for licenses to integrate various ranges of the QPI technology into their systems. The instrument enables novel cancer drug discovery by accurate, label-free monitoring of cell response to treatment, automatic… more
Abstract:…. This project will demonstrate that wastes are valuable resources, which, if used internally, can yield two by-products; baitworms and oysters if grown in concert with microalgae. This is achieved by substituting biological versus mechanical methods for water treatment. While… more
Abstract:The largest shipments of supplies to the tactical edge in Afghanistan and Iraq are water and fuel. The simultaneous treatment of wastewater and production of energetic by-products has the potential to substantially reduce the logistics of forward operating bases (FOBs). BioVolt… more
Abstract:… and the risk of households falling short of reaching their goals. Based on state-of-the art mathematical programming techniques and in particular recent advances in robust optimization, the proposed system will make the appropriate use of special tax treatment of… more
Abstract:… agents-iron oxide nanoparticles. The brighter MR image of a T1 contrast agent is clinically preferred over the darker image of the T2 contrast agent. The current problems with the T1 Gd-based contrast agents is the health risk to patients with liver and kidney diseases, and… more
Abstract:…, are deficient in key nutrients needed for growth. To improve feed efficiency and animal growth rates, these deficiencies have been historically overcome with supplementation with animal waste or protein-rich plant products including soy. Recent BSE (Mad Cow Disease)… more
Abstract:…art failure programs have adopted a very low threshold for early highly invasive intervention. The associated yearly cost of caring for heart patients has risen above $300 billion. Heart failure is currently the most rapidly increasing clinical manifestation of cardiac disease… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project will develop a proprietary technology to enhance the crushing strength of industrial diamonds by 30-40%. If successful, the project will result in a new process which will allow the treatment of large numbers of industrial… more
Abstract:… be more easily utilized for energy efficient lighting and displays, improve color quality in displays (laptops, tablets, cameras and mobile devices), increase efficiency of solar panels, and penetrate more widely into applications in medical research, diagnostics and treatment.… more
Abstract:… tackle the crisis in providing cost effective, quality therapy to individuals with autism. Autism affects more than 1% of the world?s population. ABA is the gold standard in treating autism. Up to fifty percent of children with autism who undergo early treatment improve… more
Abstract:…pany will generate synergistic relationships to rapidly transfer the technology into applications. The company has established partnerships for testing the instrument in significant biological problems that are expected to contribute to a better understanding of diseases. From a… more
Abstract:… integrated circuit manufacturing, offering the promise of a very low-cost (<$5) magnetic sensor chip. It has the potential to change the way portable heart monitoring is done today. By 2009 approximately 27 million Americans were living and diagnosed with heart … more
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