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A Microfluidic Device with Microscale Wavy Pattern for Efficient Capturing of Circulating Tumor Cells
SUMMARYLehigh University has developed a wavy micropatterned microfluidic device for capturing circulating tumor cells from whole blood with high efficiency, selectivity and throughput. A capturing agent is immobilized on the substrate that can selectively capture circulating tumor cells while not interacting with other cells present in the whole blood....
Published: 5/20/2014   |   Inventor(s): Yaling Liu, Shu Yang, Yi Liu
Keywords(s): Blood, Microfluidics
Category(s): Materials and Nanotechnology, Chemicals & Materials Science, Green Construction > Life Sciences
Fabrication of Nano-Macro Porous Glass with a Water Soluble Pore Former
SUMMARYLehigh University has developed a superior method for creating interconnected nano-macro porous glass. Most often glass is used as one monolithic solid. However, it becomes the material of choice for many other applications in tissue engineering, catalysis, virus separation, etc., if it is made with controlled porosity. For example in regenerative...
Published: 4/25/2014   |   Inventor(s): Himanshu Jain, Hassan Moawad
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Category(s): Materials and Nanotechnology, Green Construction > Life Sciences
Dielectrophoretic Tweezers for Massively Parallel Manipulation of Microscopic Objects Suspended in Liquid Medium
SUMMARY The whole genome sequencing is poised to become a new standard in the healthcare paradigm. The mainstream use of personal genome sequencing can only become a reality when a profile for e ach individual can be made in real time and at a low cost. Lehigh University has developed eielectrophoretic (DEP) tweezers to help overcome this issue. While...
Published: 11/6/2012   |   Inventor(s): Dmitri Vezenov, Peng Cheng, Michael Barrett, Piercen Oliver
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Category(s): Optical Networking and Sensors, Green Construction > Life Sciences
Spatially Distributed Fourier Domain Optical Coherence Tomography
TechnologyOptical coherence tomography is a non-invasive imaging technology used for performing high-resolution cross-sectional imaging. Optical coherence tomography utilizes infrared light (in the range of approximately 800 to 1300 nm). The image produced from optical coherence tomography is constructed by measuring the echo time delay and wavelength...
Published: 10/25/2012   |   Inventor(s): Chao Zhou
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Category(s): Optical Networking and Sensors, Medical Imaging, Green Construction > Life Sciences
Fabrication of Nanoporous Glass Fiber for Flexible Bioscaffolds and Other Biomedical Applications
SUMMARY As tissue engineering develops into the future of treatments requiring tissue replacement, new materials are needed to function as bioscaffolds. Lehigh University has pioneered methods for fabricating nano-macro porous bioactive glass for bone replacement. These materials are monolithic rigid structures suitable for many bone replacement conditions....
Published: 9/7/2012   |   Inventor(s): Himanshu Jain, Hassan Moawad
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Category(s): Materials and Nanotechnology, Green Construction > Life Sciences
Tissue Repair Material Made with Polymer Sponges
SUMMARY One of the great challenges of the 21st Century is increasing life expectancy, while at the same time maintaining quality of life in an ageing population. Regenerative medicine is, therefore, a new strategy that is being developed to repair damaged or diseased tissues to their original state or function. By helping natural healing processes...
Published: 5/15/2012   |   Inventor(s): Himanshu Jain, Shaojie Wang
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Category(s): Green Construction > Life Sciences
Miniature Oxygen Concentrator
SUMMARY Lehigh University has developed a device that generates 90% purity oxygen. The application of this portable miniature oxygen concentrator can fit into the medical market such as for use in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the energy market and in other market segments where miniaturization of ambient air is required. The most immediate...
Published: 7/15/2010   |   Inventor(s): Mayuresh Kothare, Chai Siew Wah
Keywords(s): Life Sciences, Removal
Category(s): Green Construction > Life Sciences
Opto-fluidic Nanoparticle Detector
SUMMARY Lehigh University has developed a device for optical detection and identification of nanoparticles in fluids in real time. The device can be used to analyze natural or synthetic particles. This technology can provide enhanced detection sensitivity. As an example, for 100 nm particles this method can have up to 1000 folds of enhancement in detectability....
Published: 3/25/2010   |   Inventor(s): Daniel Ou-Yang, Xuanhong Cheng
Keywords(s): Microfiltration, Microfluidics, Nanofiltration, Optical Bottles, Optical Traps, POC, Point-of-Care, Virus
Category(s): Optical Networking and Sensors, Optics, Green Construction > Life Sciences
Process for the Preparation of Aqueous Dispersions of Particles of Water-Soluble Polymers and the Particles Obtained
SUMMARY The invention is a process for the preparation of crosslinked water-swellable polymer particles. First, an aqueous polymer solution containing a water-soluble polymer having at least one functional group or charge, is combined with aqueous medium. The aqueous polymer solution is then mixed under moderate agitation with an oil medium and an emulsifier...
Published: 4/3/2009   |   Inventor(s): John Vanderhoff
Keywords(s): Aqueous Dispersions, Implantation, Regenerative Medicine
Category(s): Green Construction > Life Sciences
Methanol Oxidation Over Bulk Metal Vanadate Catalysts
SUMMARY A method wherein a methanol-containing gas stream is passed in contact with a catalyst comprising a supported or unsupported bulk vanadate catalyst in the presence of an oxidizing agent for a time sufficient to convert at least a portion of the methanol to formaldehyde (CH2O). Lehigh TechID# 101007-06 MARKET Formaldehyde, which is the product...
Published: 3/20/2009   |   Inventor(s): Israel Wachs, Laura Briand
Keywords(s): Tissue Fixative
Category(s): Green Construction > Life Sciences
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