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Multi-Color Quantum Well based LEDs
SUMMARY Lehigh University has developed a new method to achieve high performance and high efficiency Group III-Nitride LEDs and lasers. High efficiency emitters in the blue, green and red regime are important for SSL and medical applications. LEDs and lasers based on conventional technology suffer from poor performances, with one of the limitation...
Published: 8/17/2012   |   Inventor(s): Nelson Tansu, Ronald Arif, Yik-Khoon Ee, Hongping Zhao
Keywords(s): Biomedical Applications, DVD lasers, LED, Light Emitting Diodes
Category(s): Electronics
Preparation Method of Nano/Macroporous Bone Tissue Scaffolds for Regenerative Medicine
SUMMARY In the field of tissue engineering, one of the most important primary goals is the development of scaffold structure that would help repair damaged or diseased tissue to its original state. Material selection is an essential parameter for the bioscaffold. Additionally, the geometrical architecture of the bioscaffold is very important. Bioac...
Published: 2/23/2009   |   Inventor(s): Himanshu Jain, Ana Marques, Rui Almeida
Keywords(s): Biomedical Applications, Bone Regeneration, Medical Treatment, Nano/Macroporosity, Nanotechnology, Regenerative Medicine, Scaffold
Category(s): Life Sciences, Biomaterials
Fabrication of Interconnected Nano-Macro Porous Glass by the Melt-Quench-Heat-Etch Method
SUMMARY Lehigh University has developed a superior method for creating nano-macro porous glass. The method uses sucrose as a macro pore former and dissolving sucrose phase in water at room temperature for large scale nano-porosity (100-300 nm) for virus separation. It exploits the advantages of the conventional meltquench processing, as well as all...
Published: 2/20/2009   |   Inventor(s): Himanshu Jain, Hassan Moawad
Keywords(s): Biomedical, Biomedical Applications, Bone Regeneration, Medical Treatment, Melt-Quench, Nanotechnology, Regenerative Medicine, Scaffold
Category(s): Life Sciences
Force Spectroscopy Platform for DNA Sequencing
SUMMARY Lehigh University has developed a technique based on molecular mechanics which detects changes in molecular elasticity of a single DNA fragment upon conversion from a single-stranded to double-stranded form. Essentially this technology is sequencing by synthesis and its advantages are that one could use native dNTPs and substrates and not ...
Published: 2/20/2009   |   Inventor(s): Dmitri Vezenov
Keywords(s): Biomedical Applications, Biosensors, DNA sequencing, Force Spectroscopy, Microarrays
Category(s): Life Sciences