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6921 – Background: Mass spectrometry (MS) is one of the most powerful tools for chemical analysis by sorting fragment ions from analyte molecules according to their mass. Vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) photoionization sources have been used in MS to generate molecular ions of analytes. However, conventional methods to generate VUV photons require either high power lasers or high voltage power supplies... Read More
A Mixed-Signal In-Situ High-Speed Reconfigurable and Non-Monotonic Linearization Technique for Power Amplifiers
7173 – Background: Existing Power Amplifier (PA) design approaches are based on local/global analog feedback/feed-forward techniques (such as adaptive biasing, Cartesian linearization, and Polar linearization) and global digital techniques (such as digital pre-distortion DPD and look-up-table LUT). Using these design techniques in PAs limits performance improvements in bandwidth or linearization... Read More
7226 – Background: As chip manufacturers continue to shrink their integrated circuits, design and production of photoresists become challenging due to issues that affect their performance, such as line edge roughness (LER), photoacid blur, and pattern collapse. Crosslinked polymeric resists offer better mechanical and thermal properties to prevent pattern collapse and photoacid blur compared to... Read More
7241 – Background: With the continuing miniaturization of satellite components, small nano- and pico-satellites such as cubesats are growing in importance. Ion thrusters are proven, reliable propulsion systems with high specific impulse, which makes them superior to chemical propulsion systems for long-duration station-keeping and large orbit transfers. However, power and space limitations in... Read More
6770 – Background: Although it has been almost 200 years since Thomas Seebeck discovered the thermoelectric effect, the wider commercialization of thermoelectric generators has only been practical in the past few years. Polymer thermoelectrics are an emerging area and offer many more material combinations and tunablity compared to conventional inorganic thermoelectrics. Furthermore, polymer... Read More
5057 – Background: Medulloblastomas are the most common form of malignant brain tumors, consisting of 20-40% of all pediatric brain tumors. They originate in the cerebellum and are highly invasive. The two most problematic challenges with therapy include the migratory nature of medulloblastomas and their location in the brain. Medulloblastomas migrate towards the interior of the brain via white... Read More
6432 – Background: RNA interference is a revolution in biology that has provided a breakthrough in understanding how genes are turned on and off. Also known as gene silencing, an RNA molecule of appropriate sequence will down-regulate a given gene by preventing a specific messenger RNA (mRNA) from producing a protein. Targeted gene silencing has important applications in medical therapeutics,... Read More
6427 – Background: RNA interference is a revolution in biology that has provided a breakthrough in understanding how genes are turned on and off. Also known as gene silencing, an RNA molecule of appropriate sequence will down-regulate a given gene by preventing a specific messenger RNA (mRNA) from producing a protein. An RNA molecule with interference activity (iRNA) causes degradation of mRNA by... Read More
6925 – Background: Laparoscopic surgery was first intended for inspection only, but it now a commonly used surgery technique across a variety of operations. A large sum of these operations require multi-port devices that create several small incisions around the target site, and leave multiple scars on the post-operative patient. Single-port surgical devices are becoming more popular because... Read More
6738 – Background: Electron-beam (e-beam) lithography enables the manufacturing of micro and nano-systems with a very high resolution. But performing this type of lithography on insulating substrates such as SiC, quartz, or soda lime may be challenging because negative charge buildup occurs, which deflects the beam and creates pattern distortion and misalignment. Several technologies have... Read More