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Paper-based cationic isotachophoresis for lateral flow immunoassay development
Unmet Need: Improving sensitivity and specificity in Lateral Flow Immunoassays at low concentrations Lateral flow immunoassays (LFIAs) are among the most popular diagnostic platforms on the market due to ease of use and capacity for antigen detection in diverse biological samples. However, they are often critiqued for their relatively high limits of...
Published: 9/21/2023   |   Inventor(s): Wenji Dong, Devon McCornack
Keywords(s): Adsorption, Applied Technologies, biosensors, Biotechnology, Cancer and aging, Cationic Isotachophresis, depletion of abundant serum proteins, Nanotechnology, Purification, Real time virus sensor
Interactive Therapeutic Booth with Real-time Emotional Monitoring to Improve Mental Health and Well-being
Challenge: Automated emotional recognition and environmental adaptation Mental health challenges such as post-traumatic stress, autism spectrum disorders, and aging-related cognitive decline are difficult to treat, and access to trained therapists is limited. Existing sleep and meditation pods can sooth healthy individuals, but are not capable of...
Published: 5/25/2023   |   Inventor(s): Mona Ghandi
Keywords(s): Applied Technologies, Electrical/Electronics, Empathetic therapeutics, Flexible sensor, Health and Fitness, Interactive Architecture, Interior Design, Internet of things (IoT), Machine Learning, Therapeutic Responsiveness, Wearable sensing technology
Implementation of ACRT in Czochralski growth of Doped Single Crystals from Melt
Unmet Need: Homogeneous doping is hard to achieve by traditional methods Crystal growth using conventional methods such as Czochralski (CZ), often suffer from core breakdown and low uniformity. This was shown especially for those crystals grown with low temperature gradients and those grown from highly viscous melts, in which natural convection does...
Published: 10/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): Muad Saleh, Saketh Kakkireni, Kelvin Lynn, John Mccloy
Keywords(s): Advanced Materials, Applied Technologies, Crystal Growth, Crystal Pulling, Czochralski Growth