Available Technologies by Category
Reconfigurable Antennas for Radar Applications
  • Innovative — Origami-based accordion structure enables variable physical deployment of antenna
  • Reconfigurable — Varying extent of physical deployment reconfigures antenna frequency band, radiation pattern, and gain
  • Cost-reductive — Configurability allows for changing complexity of antenna packages
Reconfigurable Antenna Array with Multi-Feed Antenna Pixels
  • Enables direct and intuitive programming of RF current distribution, simplifying the setting and prediction of the resulting antenna array pattern
  • Allows broad bandwidth operation, i.e. S-band to X-band operation (2-12 GHz)
  • Easy deployment is made possible by not mandating computationally intensive optimization
Recombinant Antibodies for Exclusive Detection of Glaucoma-Associated Myocilin
  • Exclusive detection: Unlike current myocilin-directed antibodies that do not differentiate among numerous disease-associated states of the protein (e.g., folded, cleaved, and misfolded myocilin), these reagents only detect folded myocilin
  • Authentic and reproducible: Antibodies are produced using recombinant DNA technology, which enables robust precision sequencing of the reagent and maintains fidelity over time
  • High affinity: Antibodies detect both mouse and human myocilin with well-characterized epitopes and high affinity
Recirculation System for Aerosol Collectors Maximizes Particle Concentration for Improved Pathogen Detection
  • Enhanced detection: Continuously recirculated collection buffer increases the concentration of targeted particles collected and improves detection of pathogens 
  • Increased sampled air volume: Recirculating the buffer enables running the system for longer periods of time and with larger volumes of air to improve pathogen detection in entire buildings
  • Increased control: Users have active control of the volume of fluid introduced during collection via the system’s recharge pump
Real-Time Mobilization of Computer Software Applications
  • Comprehensive: Overcomes speed, traffic, and interface limitations of basic remote computing
  • Resourceful: Allows for seamless function without a high data usage burden
  • Efficient: Applies unique transformation services to accelerate and enhance the user’s mobilized application experiences
Rapid PSA
  • Versatility
  • Large scale separation
  • Central bore
Rapid Mobilization of Essential Enterprise Applications
  • Rapid: Significantly reduces time needed to mobilize an enterprise application as compared to conventional mobilization solutions
  • Cost-efficient: Leverages a cloud-based, codeless platform that saves on both time and budget
  • Flexible: Demonstrates potential to efficiently provide mobile functionality for a wide variety of applications necessary for business operations
Rapid Development of SARS-CoV-2 Monoclonal Antibodies
  • Powerful: Demonstrates potential to recognize intact SARS-CoV-2 virions with high affinity
  • Highly efficient: Enables researchers to select pairs of high-affinity antibodies that bind to different receptor sites, maximizing the efficiencies of sandwich-style rapid testing methods
  • Enabling: Furthers the development of neutralizing antibodies that can be used as therapeutic agents, delivered either directly or via mRNA for in situ expression
Rapid Antibiotic Susceptibility Test
  • Relatable: Does not rely on genetic detection, making it more general and directly relatable to traditional ASTs used clinically
  • Faster: Can perform ASTs in 1/8th of the time of current ASTs
  • Improved accuracy: Decreases technician time and handling, improving accuracy and treatment
Raised Cosine (RC) Pulse Shaping for Next Generation Multi-Mode Fiber (MMF) Links
  • Small design: Uses direct modulation and detection with VCSEL-based MMF links for small form factor
  • High speeds with low cost and power: Achieves speeds of 100 Gbps and higher while maintaining low cost and low power consumption with VCSEL MMF-based links and other direct-modulated lasers
  • Low bandwidth requirements: Minimizes intersymbol interference and reduces the required electrical bandwidth to enable use with commercially packaged VCSELs that have bandwidth in the low 20 GHz range
Quickly and Easily Generate Designer Photopatterned Hydrogel Matrices for Complex Microfluidic Tissue/Organ-on-a-Chip Devices
  • Offers better spatiotemporal control and customization of hydrogel crosslinking and cell patterning
  • Provides a viable alternative to PEG-MAL for culturing primary B cells ex vivo and studying their response to antigens
  • Reduces timing and compatibility issues and offers designer flexibility compared to natural matrices
Quasicoherent Receiver Solution for Improved Signal
  • Low cost – short reach optics are the lowest priced optical interconnects available
  • Simple – quasicoherent receivers are significantly less complex than digital coherent receivers
  • Efficient – use of a full-wave rectifier increases output and efficiency because of AC supply
Quasi-Melt Processing Technique for Stronger Single-Polymer Composites
  • Highly effective: Facilitates increased fabrication of SPCs using a variety of processing techniques
  • Simpler: Eliminates the need to develop a textile preform, which is necessary during fiber hot compaction processing
  • Flexible: Is compatible with standard high-throughput melt processes for polymers and plastics
Quantum Tunneling Radio Positioning System Achieves Higher Levels of Accuracy and Longer Range for Next-Generation Wireless Networks
  • This radiolocation system uses quantum tunneling tags (QTT) capable of operating in non-line-of-sight conditions to achieve longer range communications in outdoor and indoor applications. 
  • The use of QTTs, paired with a frequency hopping reader, results in positioning accuracy not achievable with standard methods.
  • QTTs are inexpensive and operate under low power requirements to offer an affordable orientation system with long battery life.
Quantum Dot Lasing in Liquid Solution
  • Can report CdS in a room temperature liquid solution
  • Allows for absorption and photoluminescence decay of the samples
Quantitative, Performance-Driven Framework for Optimal Desalination Architectures and Energy Subsystems
  • Incorporate and simultaneously compare attributes of multiple types of both desalting systems and energy subsystems for optimal system architectures
  • Assess parameters that impact overall cost to discover complete architectures that would not have been discoverable using traditional methods.
  • Focus on renewable energy subsystems such as solar, wind, geothermal, hydroelectric, and others to create complete desalination architectures that are cleaner and more water efficient than their conventional counterparts. 
Quantitative, Multiplexed Electronic Detection of COVID-19 Biomarkers
  • Direct electronic detection: This innovation provides direct detection of biomarkers as a simple electronic readout without the use of any intermediate optics.
  • Multiplexed: The device can simultaneously detect multiple biomarkers (e.g., a four-plex chip to detect IgG and IgM antibodies against spike or nucleocapsid antigens).
  • Portable: A handheld, cellphone-interfaced reader is designed to enable detection and monitoring of diseases in remote areas for sensitive yet inexpensive point-of-care use.
Quantitative Control with Ion Utilization
  • Superior control over ionization process in duration, frequency, and polarity
  • High MS sensitivity with minimal sample consumption and native protein conformation conservation
  • Patterned ion deposition onto both conductive and insulating surfaces
Purification of Cell Mixtures Using Molecular Beacons
  • Purified cardiomyocytes can be used to regenerate damaged cardiac tissue in vivo
  • This method can be used to purify other types of stem cell derivatives
  • It can also be used to develop pure laboratory cell cultures for pharmacologic testing and research 
Purely Passive Radio-Frequency Identification
  • Powerful: Projected to support energy harvesting sensors at distances over 100 meters from readers and/or radio transmission sources
  • Efficient: Enables conversion of RF energy at higher efficiency and at higher output voltages than current electronic energy harvesting methods
  • Widely applicable: May advance RFID applications in a wide range of fields including computing, sensing, and communication