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Corrosion Protection

This invention is a series of corrosion-inhibiting pigments using a rare earth element, manganese, or cobalt and a valence stabilizer combined to form a metal/valence stabilizer complex.

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The invention is an aqueous conversion coating composition for treating steel substrates to provide a conversion coating that protects the steel from corrosion.

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Electrical Engineering

Nonlinear optical (NLO) polymers are currently being investigated for low voltage modulators.

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The invention is a resonant sensor applicable for sensing bio-chemicals or trace chemicals in solid or gaseous form.

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High-speed integrated circuits and semiconductor devices are known to suffer from parasitic inductances that occur, for example, in individual components and around interconnection lines. This invention can solve this common issue. 

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Energy

This invention relates to a development of solid, polymer-ceramic lithium ion conducting electrolyte compositions and a method to process these compositions into useful membrane forms of varying thicknesses.

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Green Technology

The invention is a process for recovery of hexavalent chromium from waste streams.

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Life Sciences

This discovery is that in the absence of photoactivation, photosensitive porphyrins enhance the killing effect of known antibiotics against pathogenic bacteria.

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Bacterial biofilms associated with infections are an increasing problem for antibiotic treatments and delivery techniques because they form a natural boundary that prevents delivery to the bacteria and infected site. The water-soluble molecules that are the subject of this technology are transition metal complexed porphyrins.

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Materials

The invention is a highly conductive metal-containing polymer fiber or sheet made by immersing a polymer in a solution containing a metal precursor selected from organic or inorganic salts of copper, silver, aluminum, gold, iron and nickel.

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The application of newly developed CMC's is being severely handicapped by the general inability of being able to readily join/bond these new materials to metal structural members.

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The invention is an oil change monitoring system for cars and trucks that contains a sensor system designed to monitor both the quality of the performed oil change and the condition of the drained oil to identify specific engine problems.

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The desire for technologies that utilize hydrogen gas for power generation has increased in recent years. However, the use of hydrogen for such applications requires readily available, safe, and environmentally friendly access to hydrogen. 

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Nanotechnology

This invention is a structural health monitoring system consisting of a robust, tailorable conductive ink, a simple application method, and data acquisition system based on DC-resistance measurement. 

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This invention reports the dry adhesive based on aligned carbon nanotube film, which not only possesses strong adhesion strength but also is easily taken off.

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Software

The invention described is an FPGA‐based JPEG2000 compression / decompression engine  for real‐time processing of large‐scale imagery.  The invention has a highly scalable architecture that can  be implemented with a number of different FPGA processing units, scaling across multiple chipsets, an across multiple accelerator processing cards.

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This technology allows the user to determine the stress level of a human target from a single infrared (FLIR) image.

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