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Passive, tunable biocide delivery system
Technology # 19-30Novel Tunable Biocide Delivery SystemThe University of Arkansas has developed a passive means of biocide delivery for use in circumstances with nil power and micro gravity. The invention uses a membrane that acts as a controlled delivery device, and a bypass to adjust the concentration of the biocide in the potable water stream. The...
Published: 4/25/2019   |   Inventor(s): Robert Beitle, Tanner Burns, Jennifer Gaines, Rogelio Garcia, Scott Perry, Eric Beitle
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Category(s): All, Biotechnology, Environment, Food Systems
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
Improved Green Fluorescent Protein for Protein Manufacturing
Technology # 16-05Technology related to Green Fluorescent Protein Manufacturing When manufacturing proteins from bacteria that has DNA that has been engineered to produce a target protein, it is necessary to also engineer a tag onto the end of the target protein strand. The tag allows the target protein to be distinguished from the other non-target...
Published: 12/10/2015   |   Inventor(s): Robert Beitle, Suresh Thallapuranam, Joshua Sakon, David Mcnabb, Rudra Mukherjee
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Category(s): Medical, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, All, Food Science & Nutrition, Food Systems
Tactile Aids for Access to Advanced Software by Blind / Low Vision Users
Technology # 08-02Graphical User interfaces (GUIs) by blind/low vision (BLV) individualsThis invention allows for the use of sophisticated software packages that employ Graphical User interfaces (GUIs) by blind/low vision (BLV) individuals. Current state of the art technology adapts the use of GUIs by eliminating the mouse based interface (MBI) through...
Published: 3/5/2014   |   Inventor(s): Robert Beitle, Harry Cheung, Noel Romey, Steven Setzer
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Category(s): Information Technology, Consumer Products, All
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