Latest technologies from University of Texas at Dallashttp://utdallas.technologypublisher.comBe the first to know about the latest inventions and technologies available from University of Texas at Dallasen-USMon, 18 Jun 2018 15:53:26 GMTMon, 18 Jun 2018 12:08:48 GMT 2018, University of Texas at DallasSmall Molecule Inhibitor of Forkhead Box Protein C2 (FOXC2): Therapeutic Candidate and Diagnostic Tool for Metastatic Cancers, 18 Jun 2018 12:08:48 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Universal Sample Holder for Critical Point Dryers, 31 May 2018 09:19:05 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Flow Integrity: A Method of Securing Binary Software Against Hijacking Attacks on Object-Oriented Systems, 24 May 2018 14:33:30 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Stiffness Actuator with Electrically-Modulated Stiffness for Human-Friendly Robotics, 11 May 2018 07:51:52 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Binders of Breast Cancer Stem Cells, 05 Feb 2018 13:35:56 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu the Fourth Dimension - Manufacturing Responsive Liquid Crystal Elastomer Structures, 10 Jan 2018 08:34:17 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Diversity in Frequency and Time, 14 Dec 2017 13:25:20 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu, Real-Time, Analog Measurement of Motor Torque Parameters University of Texas at Dallas is seeking companies interested in commercializing a novel approach to estimating motor torque parameters that provides high-resolution motor torque data at a very low cost compared to current commercial motor drivers and sensor hardware. This technology presents an alternative method to measuring motor parameters for a three-phase Brushless Direct Current (BLDC) motor from an analog circuit design approach. This imparts a small device footprint and allows for its implementation in a variety of applications; the same circuit may even be used in different motor...Tue, 21 Nov 2017 12:25:13 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Behavior Obfuscation and Hardware Trojan Detection through Selective Post-Fabrication Transistor-Level Programming, 09 Nov 2017 14:28:17 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Mechanical Energy Harvesters energy harvesters are needed for diverse applications, including self-powered wireless sensors, structural and human health monitoring systems, automotive technologies, and the extraction of energy from ocean waves. Until now, few harvesters have been flexible enough to be used as yarns in textiles, and the performance of such yarns has been poor. Also, conventional harvester materials that can operate without requiring high voltages are unable to harvest the energy of large mechanical deformations. The presently described harvesters can generate up to 250 W of electrical power per ...Fri, 03 Nov 2017 08:53:55 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu<![CDATA[Efficient & Broadband Even-Order Harmonic Multiplication in Standard CMOS]]>, 30 Oct 2017 09:01:11 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu for Measuring Carbon Nanotubes Taken-Up by a Plurality of Living Cells nanomaterials (CNMs), including carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene, are undergoing extensive research due to their diverse commercial applications and potential for biomedical uses. There are many reports indicating the toxicity of various CNMs, which is a potential hazard for biomedical applications as well as the environment. Furthermore, recent studies have shown that CNTs from anthropogenic sources reach human lung cells on a routine basis.1 As such, it has become increasingly critical to be able to accurately analyze the potential risks to environmental health and safety. However...Mon, 09 Oct 2017 12:05:48 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu of the Light: High Performance Light Emitting Devices from Ionic Transition Metal Complexes a high lighting efficiency is critical for energy and environmental conservation efforts around the world. Since lighting attributes to 11% of energy usage in residential buildings and 18% in commercial buildings, improving its efficiency as a whole could have a beneficial effect on the general populace and drastically reduce costs for individuals using and supplying lighting. Because energy production is one of the most prominent contributors to greenhouse gas emissions, improving lighting performance could slow climate change and dampen future expenses associated with reversing env...Tue, 12 Sep 2017 13:13:04 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Plasticity and Recovery Following Spinal Cord Injury, 14 Aug 2017 08:35:37 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Passive RFID Systems, 24 Jul 2017 08:41:08 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu System for Label-Free Analysis of Binding Kinetics for Multiple Analytes are numerous problems faced with many of the standard biomolecular analysis tools, such as limited sensitivity, expensive set-up and per-test necessities, and space requirements that have prohibited their use outside of a dedicated laboratory space. The need for a portable and inexpensive diagnostic tool that can be customized for various target analytes has been shown. Such a device would revolutionize testing at the point of care for healthcare applications, or serve numerous purposes for rapid on-demand analysis of biomolecules in the environment. The disclosed Multielectrode Array (M...Fri, 07 Jul 2017 10:43:21 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Electrochemical Impedance System for Universal Molecular Diagnostics methods of producing molecular diagnostic tools have many drawbacks, such as: the high-cost of fabrication, poor biodegradability, limited customizability, or issues with controlled fluid flow. Such problems have limited the ability to create portable detection devices for use in point-of-care settings that use environmentally-safe disposable parts. The present invention uses paper-based microfluidics and handheld potentiostats to detect biomolecules and other target analytes. This device has the capability to revolutionize testing at the point of care for healthcare applications, or c...Fri, 07 Jul 2017 10:42:43 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Dental Abutment Geometries for Cement-Retained Crowns, 05 Jun 2017 08:45:06 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Textiles Prepared from Nanofiber Yarns and Polymer Fiber Actuators, 30 May 2017 09:06:49 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Thermoacoustic Projector Based on Free-Standing Carbon Nanotube Film, 26 May 2017 07:52:30 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Solution for Selective Adsorption and Release of Gases Within Porous Materials, 26 May 2017 07:37:15 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Solid-State Organic Semiconductors, 27 Apr 2017 11:08:31 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Environmentally Friendly Solution for Preservation and Increased Nutritional Value of Hay and Forage, 24 Apr 2017 13:41:09 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu New Environmentally Friendly Acid for Hydrolysis of Celluloses, 24 Apr 2017 13:41:07 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu System for Compliance with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Management Guidelines, 24 Apr 2017 13:41:05 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Massive MIMO System and Capacity Adaptation Between Uplink and Downlink, 19 Apr 2017 08:40:10 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Device for Dynamic Allodynia Testing, 02 Mar 2017 14:47:01 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Immiscible Polymer Blends and Molecular Sieve Membranes, 21 Feb 2017 13:34:20 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Fibers for Superelastic Electronics, Sensors, and Muscles, 03 Feb 2017 12:42:48 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu fluorinated proton exchange membranes based on PFCP for fuel cell membranes Description:There is currently a lack of commercially available proton exchange membranes that can withstand the harsh operating conditions of a fuel cell. Commercially available membranes work well under specific temperature and humidity conditions, however their utility is drastically reduced at higher temperatures and lower relative humidity. Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas have developed membranes that demonstrate the desired properties of a fuel cell membrane: superior conductance and high stability under high temperatures and lower humidity. By blending hydrop...Fri, 13 Jan 2017 14:41:42 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Torque Density Switched Reluctance Motors, 13 Jan 2017 14:41:42 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu of bioactivity and antibiotics in two-solution bone cement, 13 Jan 2017 14:41:40 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Ionic liquids for Surface Modification of Dental Implants, 13 Jan 2017 14:41:40 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Lower-Limb Prosthetic Control Strategy, 19 Dec 2016 12:55:45 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu, Small-Size Multi-String LED Driver Circuit Architecture, 06 Aug 2014 14:03:33 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu and Apparatus for Transferring an Array of Oriented Carbon Nanotubes, 07 Jun 2013 13:59:21 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Class of pH Responsive and Renal Clearable Tumor Imaging Agents, 26 Feb 2013 14:36:00 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Nitric Oxide Releasing Surgical Sutures, Bandages and Fabrics DescriptionThe technology is novel nitric oxide (NO) releasing acrylonitrile-based copolymer and terpolymer fibers that can be used as surgical sutures or non-woven bandages and fabrics that enhance wound healing. These copolymers have a higher NO loading capacity per gram than other known NO releasing acrylonitrile polymers. In addition, the fibers are coated with biodegradable polymers that allow for the timed, slow release of NO when the suture, bandage or fabric is in contact with the wound. These fibers have a long shelf life and when used in wound closure applications ha...Tue, 26 Feb 2013 13:57:55 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu, Small-Size Multi-String LED Driver Circuit Architecture, 25 Feb 2013 14:01:34 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Automatic Tuning of Noise Suppression for Cochlear Implants and Hearing Aids, 25 Feb 2013 13:11:27 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Bridging the Semantic Gap in Virtual Machine Introspection, 15 Aug 2012 12:06:21 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Method for Near-Best Signal Throughput in Mobile Wireless Communications, 15 Aug 2012 11:30:22 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Nanopowders and Carbon nanotube Sheets into Fibers, Yarns and Textiles Description:The technology is the first known method to spin biscrolled fibers/yarns from nanopowder materials using carbon nanotube (CNT) sheets as the host. Nanopowder materials (nanoparticles, nanofibers) are loaded onto the CNT sheets to form bi-layered sheets, which are then scrolled into fibers. A key advantage of this technology is that it enables the functional nanopowder to be the largest component of the yarns constituting 95-99% (by weight) of the yarn, thereby ensuring that the properties exhibited by the yarn are largely those of the nanopowder. Nanopowders with d...Wed, 14 Mar 2012 14:05:20 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Auto-Focus: Must-have technology for next generation digital cameras, 18 Jul 2011 12:38:11 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Charge Injection Tuning of Carbon Nanotube Sheets – Offering Novel Supercapacitor Technology, 06 Jul 2011 11:38:17 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Auto Exposure for Digital and Smartphone Cameras, 06 Jul 2011 11:08:08 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Carbon Nanotube Assemblies invention is a novel method for processing nanotube powders into polymer-free structures that have superior electrical, mechanical, and electrochemical properties to those of existing polymer-inclusive structures. Flocculation fiber spinning of carbon nanotubes from aqueous dispersions with the aide of polymer-free flocculating agents produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, ropes, yarns and films of carbon nanotubes. As a result, the properties of fibers are determined by carbon nanotubes only; they are not affected by the presence of a polymeric binder.Overcoming limitations on low ...Wed, 06 Jul 2011 11:03:59 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Artificial Muscles, 06 Jul 2011 09:39:33 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu HDAC Inhibitors for the Treatment of Cancers and Sickle Cell Disease, 06 Jul 2011 07:37:56 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu and System for Improving SPECT Imaging Resolution, 30 Jun 2011 11:14:49 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Tracking System: 21st Century Facilities Management, 30 Jun 2011 11:00:57 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Cooperation Diversity in Signal Coding for Wireless Communication invention is a software solution that builds on the concept of user cooperation in wireless communications and displays benefits across virtually all wireless standards and industries. It results in a significant improvement in voice clarity, higher data speeds, and lower transmission power. User coded cooperative wireless communication technology is the latest innovation in which two wireless devices jointly transmit their signals using both of their antennas to diversify the signal that the base station is receiving. By incorporating cooperation with existing error detection and correct...Tue, 28 Jun 2011 14:59:19 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu and Non-Invasive Imaging of Pancreatic Beta Cells, 10 Jun 2011 09:38:50 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu System and Method for Dynamically Configuring Optical Circuits in an Optical Network Technology in BriefIn the metro and access network areas demand for data transmission is increasing exponentially. To control the costs users now desire to obtain reservation of large bandwidth dynamically for a short time in order to transmit their data expeditiously and without having to lease a high speed connection at all times. The patented invention provides a solution by offering the technology for an on-demand configuration of lightpaths within an optical circuit with the help of a multi-token control mechanism.BackgroundThe insatiable appetite for Internet connectivity and network...Thu, 05 Aug 2010 15:14:27 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu and Apparatus for Mapping Three-Dimensional Features, 22 Jun 2010 15:46:15 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Method of Storage and Controlled Delivery of Nitric Oxide, 16 Jun 2009 12:11:01 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu Method of Nitric Oxide Delivery for Healing and Organ Preservation, 18 May 2009 15:16:25 GMTbrent.schultze@utdallas.edu