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This device is an improvement on pre-existing technology. It is a nasoenteric feeding tube that is inexpensive, disposable, and designed to give the user more maneuverability and thus a better chance of successfully placing it in the small intestine.

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The invention is a novel adaptive aero structure based on conventional, certified aerospace materials. 

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The invention provides novel compounds (adjuvants) that can be used as agonists for Toll-Like Receptor 7 (TLR7).  By specifically targeting TLR7, these adjuvants elicit a type 1 interferon response which is essential in the development of antiviral responses.

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KU research on the brain activity associated with low back pain led to the invention of a simple and cost-effective device that can be used to induce stimulation to a person's back during an fMRI scanning procedure.

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The invention covers novel macrocyclic peptides for treating pain through stimulation of opioid receptors that does not cause addiction.

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KU researchers in Dr. Judy Wu's lab have developed a novel process for large-area graphene growth directly on non-metal substrate templates.

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Novel Cyclophilin D inhibitors to treat Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases.

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This invention comprises of an aircraft that is capable of both sustained out-of-ground effect hover flight and sustained supersonic flight

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This invention comprises of an apparatus and method for adaptive materials that are arranged in a variety of orientations and with a wide range of attachment configurations that induce structural vibrations at extremely high frequencies.

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This invention provides a computationally efficient means of performing adaptive pulse compression (APC) and is denoted as the Fast APC (FAPC) algorithm. The FAPC algorithm dramatically reduces range sidelobes while maintaining near optimal signal-to-noise (SNR) gain and is much more computationally efficient than the original APC.

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