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A novel thin-film single-offset superlattice photovoltaic technology with superior performance and low fabrication cost through use of pulsed laser deposition (PLD) manufacturing methods and lower cost materials.
Immuno-oncology represents the new wave of personalized medicine. Scientists at the University of Kansas have developed an innovative approach to activate intracellular signaling pathways that enhance T cell activation, expansion, and differentiation.
The proposed technology offers a new method to improve homing of umbilical cord blood (UCB) to bone marrow during hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) transplantation in a safe, highly efficacious, and cost-effective way.
The current invention concerns the novel use of an endogenous estrogen derivative that has a super-strong neuroprotective effect against oxidative neurotoxicity in vivo.
The invention is a lightweight device that remains tethered in place to a base unit on the ground by cables, can be equipped with various types of surveillance equipment, and can quickly elevate vertically into the air by simple controls.
The iLike image search method analyzes text-based and content-based image features to deliver results that match the true intention of a user's search query.
PEPCK is an enzyme critical in the process of gluconeogenesis whose inhibition could be used to treat hyperglycemia and diabetes.
Broad-spectrum antiviral compounds that inhibits pyrimidine biosynthesis, triggers innate immunity, and induces antiviral responses.
A novel low-cost method for fabricating high-performance plasmonic graphene for use in thin-film photovoltaic devices and other optoelectronics.
The present invention employs a novel use of logic and data analysis tools to improve the efficiency of drug discovery.