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The use of monochromatic x-rays to treat lung infections.
X-ray energy use to remedy viral and/or bacterial infections Inventors: Michael Pravica Pravica: Professor in physics and a member of HiPSEC (High Pressure and Engineering Center). He received his Ph.D. in experimental condensed matter physics in 1998 from Harvard University and a B.S. in physics and applied mathematics in 1988 with honors from the...
Published: 4/9/2024   |   Inventor(s): Michael Pravica
Keywords(s): Chemistry, Life Science - Biology, Life Science - Biotech, Life Science - Health, Sports Performance & Nutrition
Category(s): All
Next-generation DNA sequencing has revolutionized medicine and basic research; however, current enzymes used for NGS library preparation and sequencing are prone to errors. This invention is to develop alternative NGS methods with an error-correcting enzyme Inventor: Brian Hedlund Dr. Brian Hedlund holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from the...
Published: 4/9/2024   |   Inventor(s): Brian Hedlund
Keywords(s): Life Science - Biology, Life Science - Biotech, Life Science - Health, Med Devices, Diagnostics & Healthtech - Genom & Pers. Med
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Methods and Devices for Disinfecting Exhaust Air from Ventilators and Other Systems from Viruses and Bacteria Contamination
Apparatus that disinfects contaminated exhaust air from life support devices and air filtration devices. The Invention This apparatus disinfects contaminated air from one or more life support devices such as a ventilator, biPAP, ECMO or an air filtration device from a car, ship, plane, building. As the exhaust air flows through the device, a heat...
Published: 3/26/2024   |   Inventor(s): Zhiyong (John) Wang, Jiulian Fu
Keywords(s): Life Science, Life Science - Biology, Life Science - Biotech, Life Science - Health, Med Devices, Diagnostics & Healthtech
Category(s): All
Physical Therapy Device: Timed-Up-and-Go Test
Invention SummaryAn automated apparatus to measure the progress of a patient’s mobility through the “Timed-Up-and-Go” (TUG) test. This apparatus contains a stool with an attached force platform that measures the forces and the time that the forces are being applied to the stool. This stool also has an adjustable height allowing the...
Published: 1/4/2023   |   Inventor(s): Janet Dufek, Robbin Hickman, Szu-Ping Lee, Tyler Peck
Keywords(s): Life Science - Biotech, Med Devices, Diagnostics & Healthtech, Med Devices, Diagnostics & Healthtech - Imaging, Therapeutics & Drug Delivery
Category(s): Medical Devices, All, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery
An invention to utilize “green chemistry” in a metal-free, mild condition to synthesize pharmaceutical agents. The Invention This invention is a powerful phosphorylation reagent called NHP-thiourea that can generate a phosphorus-carbon (P-C) bond and phosphorus-nitrogen (P-N) bond with metal-free reaction conditions. These P-C and P-N...
Published: 8/16/2022   |   Inventor(s): Kyle Aleshire, Jun Yong Kang, Karimulla Mulla
Keywords(s): Chemistry, Life Science - Biotech
Category(s): Chemistry, All, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery
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