Sequential Infiltration Synthesis (SIS)
Sequential infiltration synthesis is a process by which polymeric films are infiltrated with inorganic materials creating durable films with the properties of ceramic coatings. These polymers are considerably more robust, offering a simple, plug-in solution, enabling the lithography industry to maintain the current pace of microelectronics development.
NanoFab Lab â€¦ in a Box!â„¢
The NanoFab Lab â€¦ in a Box!â„¢ educational kit connects the tangible macroscopic world to the world that can be observed only with a microscope. Classroom experiments challenge students to grow nanowires and derive the relationship between time and diameter of wires, helping them develop fundamental problem-solving and research skills.
Vacuum Flanges and Flange Devices
Novel ultrahigh vacuum-compatible vacuum flanges and flange devices are constructed from high conductivity and high yield strength materials. The flange devices are presented in which heat removal is accomplished by water cooling channels machined in the flange itself. These flanges and flange devices are compact, cost-effective and highly reliable.
Continuous lithographic technique and exposure apparatus
We produce a continuous lithographic techniques and the apparatus to produce micro/nano patterns in continuous manner. A basic fabrication process shares with typical photolithography, but continuous process was achieved by using cylindrical mask and exposure units. This technique can be used in semiconductor fabrication, display related field and so on.
Novel Lab-on-a-CD Microfluidic Device
The â€œlab-on-a-discâ€ uses centrifugal force to drive fluid through its processing channels. Fluid pathways and pendency are controlled by varying the disc's rotation. The disposable disc is transparent, permitting spectroscopic monitoring, and crafted by conventional embossing techniques. The lab-on-a-disc is suitable for immunoassays, DNA PCR, and chromatography.
Variable Frequency Coherent Hybrid Synthesizer
The new synthesizer design (originally designed for radio telescopes) is used for local oscillators (LO) with increased tuning resolution and smaller synthesizer steps sizes that will provide greater flexibility and increased capability of existing hardware.
A smart instrument and internet service for sensory properties of consumer products
Internet of Things based on a novel smart instrument will be developed to provide industry clients with information on tactile and visual quality attributes, currently absent but critically needed, of any sheet type fibrous products in contact with human skin when in use.
Micro abrasive-waterjet (uAWJ) technology
Micro abrasive-waterjet (uAWJ) technology takes advantage of the versatility of AWJ for precision machining of most materials. The uAWJ technology has greatly broadened the application of AWJ from macro to micro machining. It has technological and manufacturing merits unmatchable by most existing machine tools.
Foldable 3D printer, offering convenient 3D products on the go at the site
In order to overcome the limited portability for the conventional 3D printers, we developed foldable 3D printers applying the Delta, non-axial limited movement of the extruder and thus resulting in fast printing with great accuracy.
Rapid Drug Identification Kit
An easy to use, accurate, and low cost system for on-site drug testing and identification. An unknown or suspected drug sample is tested in a portable spectrometer, compatible with smart phones. The generated emission spectrum is compared to a library database for rapid sample identification.
Single-shot two-dimensional spectrophotometer
Dr. Greg Engelâ€™s novel 2D UV-Vis spectroscopy method provides analytical chemists and quality control technicians with a rapid chemical analysis tool for characterizing a materialsâ€™ electronic structure in solar energy research, photoactive device characterization, and drug discovery.
Combined light sheet fluorescence and DIC microscope
The inventors created a microscope that performs light sheet fluorescence and differential interference contrast.
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