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Additive manufacturing of three-dimensional metal structures by photoelectrochemical methods
Technology # 19-44Additive manufacturing of metals generally involves laser-sintered metal powders for large parts and large feature sizes. Nanometer-to-micrometer-scale features, like those of interest to plasmonic, microelectronic, optoelectronic, catalytic and other applications, require the metallization of 3D-printed templates. The templates are...
Published: 8/22/2019   |   Inventor(s): Robert Coridan, James Lowe
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Category(s): All, Materials & Nanotechnology, Consumer Products, Electronic & Photonic Devices, Material Science
Asymmetric Ferroelectric and Magnetic Rings to Easy Recording Controllable Vortex Dipole Structures
Technology # 09-18ULTRA HIGH NON-VOLATILE FERROELECTRIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORYThe use of the asymmetrical ultrathin nanoscale ferroelectric or mesoscale magnetic rings allows the application of an homogeneous field to redirect the dipole vortex so to save this dipole structure further in this nonvolatile memory device. This approach is an efficient solution,...
Published: 4/30/2019   |   Inventor(s): Laurent Bellaiche, Igor Kornev, Sergey Prossandeev
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Category(s): Materials & Nanotechnology, Electronic & Photonic Devices, Information Technology, All
Achieving ultrahigh recording density by use of multi-stable vortex states in ferroelectric nanostructures.
Technology # 04-29 (related to technology 09-18 )Use of Nanodots of Ferroelectric Material to Store Information (FerroElectric Memory)This is a new invention that will revolutionize the data-storage capability of ferroelectric random accessed memory (FRAM) by a dramatic and unprecedented increase up to a record high of 80 Terabits/inch2, which is five...
Published: 3/15/2019   |   Inventor(s): Ivan Naumov, Laurent Bellaiche, Huaxiang Fu
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Category(s): Materials & Nanotechnology, Electronic & Photonic Devices, Information Technology, All
Gold-Coated Carbon Nanotubes for Biomedical Applications
Technology #06-11The invention proposes a novel use of Gold coated Carbon Nanotubes (CNT) for bio-compatibility Carbon nanotubes (CNT's) are known to have particular optical qualities that make them interesting for possible biomedical applications. Specifically, the CNT's are very responsive to light in the near-infrared range (700 – 1110 nm wavelength)....
Published: 11/27/2018   |   Inventor(s): Jin-Woo Kim, Russell Deaton
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Category(s): Medical, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Materials & Nanotechnology, All
Macrocyclic ligands containing multiple N-heterocyclic carbenes for transition metal catalysts
N-Heterocyclic Carbonates (NHC’s) are widely used as supports for catalysts and pre-catalysts for both homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. These supporting ligands have been shown to be successful to support catalysts for a variety of organic transformations. However, new ligands have been developed that are superior to the existing well-known...
Published: 10/4/2017   |   Inventor(s): Stefan Kilyanek, Rajesh Thapa
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Category(s): Materials & Nanotechnology, All, Material Science
Hierarchically Structured Materials Prepared from Selective Atomic Layer Deposition in Self-Assembled, Composite Colloidal Films
Technology # 17-27Economical Production of Hydrogen via Artificial PhotosynthesisNatural photosynthesis is a process whereby plants use sunlight to create chemicals that they use to store energy. The chemicals, carbohydrate molecules, such as sugars, are for the plants a form of “solar fuel” – fuel that was created through the use...
Published: 7/27/2017   |   Inventor(s): Robert Coridan, Mya Norman, Walker Perez
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Category(s): Electric power conversion, Electronic & Photonic Devices, Energy & Power, Materials & Nanotechnology, All, Material Science
Thermal-Stable proton exchange membranes from nanoblending partially phosphonated graphene into high-temperature polymer matrix
Technology # 17-17A High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane for Fuel CellsFuel cells continue to be highly promising solutions for many transportation problems. There is a great need for clean energy sources that can replace fossil fuels. Fuel cells have provided energy for satellites for years, and are now being considered as sources of clean electricity...
Published: 7/27/2017   |   Inventor(s): Zheng Tian, Hulusi Turgut
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Category(s): Energy & Power, Materials & Nanotechnology, All, Material Science, Power Electronics
Novel method for production of new TEMPO (2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine-1-oxyradical) celloulose membranes with low contact angles.
Technology # 17-20Cellulose Membranes as Revolutionary New Packaging MaterialWith publications growing dramatically since 2009, the intelligent packaging field of research has shown promise to produce products that can be the future of the packaging industry. Bio-polymers and plastics made from naturally occurring biological material, such as cellulose,...
Published: 7/27/2017   |   Inventor(s): Jamie Hestekin, John Moore, Peter Crooks, Soma Dachavaram, Narsimha Penthala, Shobanbabu Bommagani
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Category(s): Environment, Materials & Nanotechnology, All, Material Science
Robust Copper-Silica Core-Shell Nanoparticles
Technology # 17-07Technology that replaces silver and gold with copper for nanoparticles Plasmonic metal nanostructures have attracted considerable interests because of their superior ability to manipulate light at the nanoscale, which make them particularly useful for sensing, optical waveguiding, telecommunication, biomedicine, and plasmon-enhanced...
Published: 2/20/2017   |   Inventor(s): Jingyi Chen, Cameron Crane, Feng Wang
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Category(s): Medical, Biotechnology, Electronic & Photonic Devices, Materials & Nanotechnology, All, Material Science
Methods and Devices for Performing Micro-assays
There is a need for performing assays on very small volumes of analyte fluid, and the issued patents listed below provide both devices and methods of doing just that. By using individually addressable electrode layers, separated by insulating layers, and surrounding a microcavity, an assay device structure has been invented that can be used to rapidly...
Published: 2/9/2017   |   Inventor(s): Ingrid Fritsch, Zoraida Aguilar, Robert Beitle
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Category(s): Medical, Biotechnology, Environment, Electronic & Photonic Devices, Materials & Nanotechnology
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