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3432 – This invention provides methods for making electrically functional 3D structures using molds with at least one microdepression which defines the three-dimensional structure. The microdepression of the mold is filled with a non-conducting substrate material and an electrically conductive layer is deposited and patterned either during the molding process or subsequent to the molding process to... Read More
6583 – Micronutrient deficiencies kill millions of people a year worldwide, but the lack of low-cost tools to measure micronutrient deficiencies is a critical gap in addressing this problem. Researchers at Georgia Tech have engineered bacteria to produce visible color indicators that allow for low cost, on-site, rapid and simple diagnosis of nutritional status. When bacteria are exposed to a... Read More
3404 – Scaffolds for tissue engineering are typically solid or porous materials with isotropic characteristics and present regenerative cues such as growth factors or extracellular matrix proteins, but are not capable of guiding tissue regeneration. This invention utilizes 2D and 3D scaffolds with oriented nanofilaments that mimic the strategy used by collagen and other fibrillar structures to... Read More
5267 – A CMUT on CMOS imaging chip is disclosed. The imaging chip can use direct connection, CMOS architecture to minimize external connections and minimize chip cross-section. The CMOS architecture can enable substantially the entire chip area to be utilized for element placement. The chip can utilize arbitrarily selected transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) element arrays to 1mprove image quahty, While... Read More
5266 – Capacitive micromachined ultrasonic transducer (“CMUT”) devices and fabrication methods are provided. The CMUT devices can include integrated circuit devices utilizing direct connections to various CMOS electronic components. The use of integrated connections can reduce overall package size and improve functionality for use in ultrasonic imaging applications. CMUT devices can also be... Read More
6451 – Background: The electro-catalytic oxidation of alcohols has been the subject of intense research interest due to its potential application in fuel cells. The ability to use methanol and ethanol as fuels is an important environmental, energy and security goal. The most active metals capable of catalyzing this oxidation are platinum (Pt) and gold (Au) and palladium (Pd). Polyaniline-Au... Read More
Systems and Electronics for Forward-Looking Intravascular and Intracardiac Ultrasound Imaging Probes Using CMUT Arrays With Integrated Electronics
5194 – The present invention relates to a CMUT on a CMOS imaging chip. The imaging chip can use direct connection, CMOS architecture to minimize both internal and external connection complexity. Intelligent power management can enable the chip to be used for various imaging applications with strict power constraints, including forward-looking intra-vascular ultrasound imaging. The chip can use... Read More
5107 – One of the most common challenges in medical image processing is to accurately segment medical images into different tissue types. For orthopedic and craniofacial applications, this involves determining which regions of the images correspond to bone and those that correspond to other tissues. Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a program for assisting in interpreting medical images... Read More
4916 – X-ray fluorescence computed tomography (XFCT) is useful in analysis at an elemental level. For instance, XFCT can be used to detect localization of chemical elements, such as gold nanoparticles, that have a characteristic fluorescence pattern when stimulated by x-rays. Gold nanoparticles have been shown to be useful for targeting tumors, especially when guided by agents that specifically... Read More
6287 – Georgia Tech researchers have invented systems and methods for improved personalized recommender systems for online services using belief propagation approaches. One such approach involves detection of shilling attacks. Shilling attacks occur when malicious user profiles are inserted in a recommender system to manipulate the ratings. Such attacks result in inflated ratings for low quality... Read More