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A University of Kansas researcher has developed a method for engineering high temperature superconductive materials to have improved superconductivity and performance attributes.
KU researchers have developed a one-step method for fabricating plasmonic metal nanoparticle/graphene hybrids that can be used in high-performance optical-electronic and sensor applications.
University of Kansas researchers have designed a low-cost, vision-based bolt loosening detection method that utilizes computer-based image registration techniques to identify structural defects in steel joints of civil structures.
A University of Kansas researcher has developed an fluid loss additive for general water-based drill-in fluids using polyelectrolyte complex (PEC) nanoparticles (PECNP).
A University of Kansas researcher has developed a fabrication method for novel two-dimensional nanodome/graphene support substrates with increased sensitivity for use in SERS (Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering) spectroscopy.
A University of Kansas researcher developed a novel model for real-time evaluation of when and how to convert harmful particulate matter emitted from vehicles or power plants into harmless substances through oxidation, based on predictions of soot loading, soot oxidation, temperatures, and catalytic material influence.
This disposable endoscopic bite block is a novel adaptation of the standard endoscopic bite block typically used for oral endoscopic procedures.
An unprecedented rational approach to dysregulate bacterial iron homeostasis by small molecule probes designed to inhibit the mobilization of iron from BfrB (bacterioferritin), the iron storage protein in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
KU researchers have developed a computer-based image overlapping approach for detecting structural defects in metallic structures.