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A novel computer vision-based approach for fatigue crack detection using a video stream was developed.  The technology offers significant advantages over traditional inspection and fixed sensor-based methods and overcomes many of the limitations and concerns with static image and image processing based techniques.

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A reaction chamber utilizing the unique combination of high-pressure with ultrasonic mixing. This high-pressure chamber allows the use of liquid carbon dioxide, a “green solvent”. The synergistic accompaniment of ultrasonic mixing expands current chemical manufacturing possibilities.

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Mesenchymal stem cells isolated from human umbilical cord (hMSCs) are modified for the treatment of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease).

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The technology presents a novel structural modification of an existing first generation Grp94 selective inhibitor to generate a second generation Grp94-specific scaffold which has greater affinity and selectivity compared to existing inhibitors and prevents unfavorable binding of other Hsp90 isoforms.

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Unique chemical derivatives invented by University of Kansas (KU) researchers that could be used to detect inhibitors of cellular efflux transporters and other agents. 

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This invention presents a novel series of modified cephalosporins, which exclusively target non-replicating mycobacterium tuberculosis.

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The developed technology aims to solve the water production and management problem in the cathode catalyst layer of a PEM Fuel Cell during a high current density operation.

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Continuous process for the controlled ozonolysis of organsolv lignin in a solvent consisting of short chain carboxylic acids or short chain carboxylic acid/water mixtures to yield aromatic monomer products including vanillin.

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This invention allows use of an efficient and stable oxygen evolution catalyst that facilitates water splitting without requiring noble metals or complicated synthesis methods. 

A safe method for the direct oxidation of methane and light alkanes to methanol and other oxygenates is disclosed.  Selective catalytic oxidation can be a transformative technology for using increasing abundant natural gas, bio-gas and other sources of low value hydrocarbons via gas to liquid process.

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