Abstract:Nitrate is a health hazard in drinking water. We are developing a simple flow-through membrane elecin which immobilized enzymes catalyze the destruction of nitrate ion into harmless nitrogen gas. Thr(Nitrate Reductase, Nitrite Reductase and Nitrous Oxide Reductase) catalyze the reductions. They… more
Abstract:Since the early 1960's, cross-cut shearing for severing tree stems has been examined as a promising alternative to existing cutting equipment. Cross-cut shearing will result in a reduction of processing time as well as service and maintenance costs. Existing shearing equipment falls short of… more
Abstract:In the last several years, nitric oxide (NO) has been shown to be an extremely important biologicalongoing research by many investigators is exploring both its function and possible clinical applicatobjective of this project is to investigate and develop a new and novel chemiluminescence based… more
Abstract:The proposed program will enable the extension of the existing Multilayer X-Ray "optics", from soft X-Rays to the hard X-Ray regime. This will be accomplished through the development of a new deposition process based on sol-gel techniques, which will allow for the deposition of uniform and… more
Abstract:Phase I will study the feasibility of developing material processes for the construction of Gamma-Ray optical components including reflecting coatings, narrow band filters, focusing systems for guiding, collimating, focusing Gamma-Rays. The approach to the design is the use of multilayer structures… more
Abstract:WYKO proposes to demonstrate the feasibility of an optical contouring system that will quickly measure the shape of both the resting and loaded foot to allow automated manufacture of therapeutic footwear directly from the data provided in an open architecture format. This bypassess the steps of… more
Abstract:The Navy is imposing weight limits on the Cooperative Engagement (CeC) Program, the electronic equipment racks presently used by the Navy are very heavy and expensive to produce, this Program will develop a lightweight rack which will meet the operational requirements and be less expensive to… more
Abstract:The Centers for Disease Control estimate that 18,000 health care workers per year become infected bvirus and 1,800 become carriers, resulting in 300 deaths per year. Thirty-two health care workers haOver 80,000 accidental sticks are reported each year costing more than $500 per stick. Safety… more
Abstract:Historically, the full aperture of a high energy laser mirror has been liquid cooled with enough coolant to handle the peak absorbed thermal flux load over the entire mirror. Previous high energy laser mirrors considered only highly conductive materials and cooling schemes which minimized thermal… more
Abstract:This SBIR will focus on developing a practical computer workstation radar and radar environment model that can be used by the Navy Aegis program. Primary emphasis will be on modeling the SPY-LB radar with the ability to easily handle enhancements. A major part of the software system will be… more
Abstract:Complicated flight experiments planned for USAKA over the next decade make it important to make maximum use of existing sensor assets. ALTAIR, with its high sensitivity and wide beamwidth, can observe most of the objects in these target rich complexes from horizon break to well into reentry. Given… more
Abstract:This Small business Innovation Research Phase I project will determine the benefits of fusing available optical sensor data with the ALTAIR range and range-rate data for improving the quality of the orbital element sets on deep space satellites. The expected improvement in the ability of Space… more
Abstract:The Army needs a high energy, high power, linear x-ray tube to complete a large area, scanning computer tomographic inspection system. Available x-ray tubes cannot meet the high energy levels (>150kV) and power levels (>100mA) required to produce rapid, high resolution, tomographic images of large… more
Abstract:We will develop a prototype intraoperative gamma-ray camera (IOGC) for imaging gamma-emitting radioactive tracers incorporated into brain tumors in the intraoperative surgical environment. This instrument will be capable of dynamically identifying tumor cells for removal from patients with cerebral… more
Abstract:Our objective is to perform feasibility studies leading to the development of a novel, new defectormammography capable of improving the diagnosis of breast cancer and lowering the number of false-posleading to unnecessary invasive biopsies. The concept is based upon a gamma-ray detector which… more
Abstract:This program's objective is to develop a new technology: x-ray detectors based upon silicon drift cdetectors specifically designed for optimal performance in the 500 eV to 10 keV region that will promagnitude advancement in energy dispersive x-ray detectors for biomedical research at Synchrotron… more
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