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New Indentation Method Using Scanning Probe Microscope
Invention Summary:Accurate indentation measurement is fundamental to atomic force microscope (AFM)-based material property characterization as the force applied and the indentation generated are the two most important physical variables that must be measured in the characterization process. Large measurement errors occur when the measurement freque...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Qingze Zou, Juan Ren
Keywords(s): AFM
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering
RAILWAY PLATFORM GAP BRIDGING UNIT
Invention Summary:In a recent report sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Transportation, it was found that car/platform gap injuries accounted for 25% of all injuries on NJ TRANSIT Rail lines, including death. Similar findings have been reported by other agencies, including the Long Island Rail Road and the Metropolitan Transit Agency of New ...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Basily Basily, Thomas Boucher
Keywords(s): Device, Rail, Transit, Transportation Safety
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering
Self-gettering Differential Pump for Oxide Molecular Beam Epitaxy
Invention Summary:Flux instability of the evaporation sources is one of the biggest problems in the multi-elemental oxide Molecular Beam Epitaxy techniques. Source oxidation of easily oxidizing elements such as Ca, Sr, Ba, and Ti in an oxidizing ambient leads to their flux instability. Such unstable flux rate is detrimental to precise control of fi...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Seongshik Oh, Yong Kim
Keywords(s): MBE, Semiconductor
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering, Research Tools
Nanostructured ZnO Thin Film Transistor Biosensor with High Sensitivity and Selectivity
Sensitive and selective detection of EGFR in serum. (a) Drain current vs. gate bias plot. (b) Sensitivity plot of the device for pure EGFR and EGFR in serum detection. (c) Sensor schematic.Invention Summary:Various semiconductor devices have been developed for use as biosensors including Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistors (ISFETs), Organic Fiel...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Yicheng Lu, Pavel Reyes, Aniruddh Solanki, Kibum Lee
Keywords(s): Biosensor, Lab-on-a-Chip, Semiconductor, Sensor-on-a-Chip., ZnO Thin Film Transistor
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering, Diagnostics
Scalable Multiple Inverse-Diffusion Flame Synthesis of Graphene, Syngas and Liquid Fuel & Fabrication of Diamond-Reinforced Composites
A) A schematic multiple inverse-diffusion flames burner. B) Raman spectrum of the few-layer graphene (FLG) on Ni. C) HRTEM image of the FLG. The bottom right insert shows the electron diffraction pattern of the graphene sheet. The top left insert shows resolution magnified image of the graphitic lattice. Invention Summary:Carbon-based nanostructure...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Bernard Kear, Stephen Tse, Nasir Memon
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Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering, Materials
ParkNet: Vehicle Information Systems and Methods
Ultrasonic sensor fitted on the side of a car detects parked cars and vacant spaces.Invention Summary:ParkNet is a mobile system comprising vehicles that collect parking space occupancy information while driving by. Each ParkNet vehicle is equipped with a GPS receiver and a passenger-side-facing ultrasonic rangefinder to determine parking spot occu...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Marco Gruteser, Suhas Mathur
Keywords(s): IT, Mobile System, Networking, Parking Space Availability
Category(s): Information Technology, Electronics, Software, Engineering
Injection Molding Machine for Just-In-Time Compounding
Schematic provided by http://www.rutlandplastics.co.uk/moulding_machine.shtml used here under the Creative Commons license ref: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.enInvention Summary:The plastics manufacturing industry compounds one to five percent (1-5%) of pelletized additives into bulk polymer resins to fabricate plastic parts. T...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Nosker, Jennifer Lynch-Branzoi, Keith Luker
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Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering
High Brightness Excimer Lamp
Invention Summary:An esteemed Rutgers laser physics professor has developed a miniature high brightness excimer lamp. The high brightness lamp is made of a 0.5 mm inner diameter glass tube and four straps of copper wrapped around the glass tube independently, and separated by a fixed distance. The copper leads serve as the outer electrodes in an &l...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Daniel Murnick, Nazieh Masoud
Keywords(s): Fluorescence spectroscopy., Photonics, R&D labs applications: Materials testing, UV-microscopy
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Materials, Research Tools, Engineering
Moldable, High-strength, Low-Temperature Cure, High-Temperature Resistant Composite
Invention Summary:Ceramic composites are popular in applications where materials are expected to encounter high temperatures, i.e. engine components, exhaust systems, and fire barriers. The low density as compared to metals makes them attractive in applications where weight is a critical design parameter. However, most ceramic composites are fabric...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Perumalsamy Balaguru
Keywords(s): Protective Coatings
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering, Materials
Improved Efficiency, Reduced Cost, Freezing Technologies Using Biogenic Ice Nucleation Proteins
INPs can significantly improve the freeze-drying efficiency indicated as primary rate at different freezing temperatures. At -8oC, such improvement is more significant, as control sample without INPs is unable to freeze.Invention Summary:This invention uses known ice nucleation proteins (INP’s) to improve freezing technologies efficiency, and...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Tung-Ching Lee, Jue Jin, Edward Yurkow, Derek Adler
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Category(s): Physical Sciences, Engineering
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