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Fabricating Crystallinity Unique Carbon Nanowires (~5nm) with Ultrahigh Electrical Conductivity
UCI engineers have designed a new protocol for the synthesis of technology materials that uses electrospinning to draw polymers into ~5nm carbon nanowires.
Stepwise Fabrication of Conductive Carbon Nanotube Bridges via Dielectrophoresis
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A New Doping Strategy for Layered Oxide Electrode Materials Used in Lithium-Ion Batteries
Researchers at UCI have invented a novel method that significantly improves the design and efficiency of lithium ion batteries. The invention is based on a “high entropy” or “cocktail” doping strategy, which improves the electrochemical performance of cathode materials through increasing energy density and cycle life and reducing reliance on expensive and toxic materials such as Cobalt.
2-D Polymer-Based Device for Serial X-Ray Crystallography
Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a single-use chip for the identification of protein crystals using X-ray based instruments.
Nanocellulose-based Aerogel Fibers as Insulation
Researchers at the University of California, Davis have produced continuous, sheath-core, coaxial fibers with highly porous, nanocellulose, aerogel cores for use as high-performance insulators.
Laser Additive Manufacturing Method For Producing Porous Layers.
A method of metal additive manufacturing which allows for production of porous products with pore size potentially down to the nanometer-scale.
Ultrastable Nanoemulsions In Disordered And Ordered States
Researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCLA have developed a method for the production of crystalline, iridescent emulsions stable to repeated dilutions.
Methods for Producing Cultured Meat that has Heterogeneous Composition
UCLA researchers in the Departments of Integrative Biology and Physiology and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology have developed a novel method for the production of marbled, cultured meat with desirable texture and flavor.
Nanoparticles-Enabled Casting of Bulk Ultrafine Grained/Nanocrystalline Metals
UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace engineering have fabricated bulk, thermally stable ultrafine grained/nanocrystalline metals using conventional casting techniques.
Scalable Manufacturing of Copper Nanocomposites with Tunable Properties
UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering have developed a cost-effective method to produce copper-based nanocomposites with excellent mechanical, electrical and thermal properties.
Biomimetic Conductive Hydrogels
UCLA researchers in the Department of Bioengineering have developed a novel electrically conductive scaffold system with a hyaluronic acid (HA)-based hydrogel for biomimetic research to treat spinal cord and other central nervous system (CNS) injuries.
New Classes Of Cage And Polyhedron And New Classes Of Nanotube And Nanotube With Planar Faces
UCLA researchers have developed a novel algorithm that can be used to design unique self-assembled molecules and nanostructures.
Thermally Insulating Transparent Barrier (THINNER) coatings with high transmission, thermal and radiative resistance
Use Of Non-Ionic Copolypeptide Hydrogels For Cell Suspension And Cell And Molecule Delivery
UCLA researchers in the Departments of Bioengineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Neurobiology have developed novel copolypeptide hydrogel formulations for the delivery of cells and molecules to locations throughout the body, including the central nervous system.
Material For Thermal Regulation
Researchers at UCI have developed a lightweight, flexible thermal material that, due to the extent that it is stretched, allows for tunable control of heat flow.
Double-Negative-Index Ceramic Aerogels For Thermal Superinsulation
UCLA researchers in the Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Materials Science and Engineering have developed a novel ceramic aerogel material that has robust mechanical and thermal stability under extreme conditions.
Bonding of Heterogeneous Material for Improved Yield and Performance of Photonic Integrated Circuits
A new approach to photonic integrated circuit fabrication.
Trehalose Hydrogels For Stabilization And Delivery Of Proteins
UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have developed a novel trehalose hydrogel to help stabilize proteins for drug delivery.
Nanoparticles For Specific Detection And Killing of Pathogenic Bacteria
UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Department of Medicine have developed novel functionalized mesoporous silica nanoparticles that can specifically identify pathogenic bacteria and deliver on-target drug treatments.
Soft Burrowing Robot for Simple & Non-Invasive Subterranean Locomotion
A soft robot that can successfully burrow through sand and dirt, similar to a plant root.
Hydraulically Actuated Textiles
A soft, planar, actuator based on hydraulically actuated textiles.
Super Ceramics With Self-Dispersed Nanoparticles Via Casting
UCLA researchers in the Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering have developed a novel casting method to fabricate high performance bulk ceramic materials containing dispersed nanoparticles.
Hydrogel For Endogenous Neuronal Progenitor Cells (NPC) Recruitment
UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering have developed a novel hydrogel that aids in neuronal regeneration post stroke or disease.
A Method Of Making Carbon Coated Oxides As High-Performance Anode Materials
UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a carbon-coated silicon nanoparticle-based electrode material for lithium-ion batteries with high energy density and long lifetime. They have also developed a scalable fabrication method for this material.
Amphiphilic Derivatives Of Thioether Containing Block Copolypeptides
UCLA researchers in the Department of Bioengineering have developed a new method to generate amphiphilic block copolypeptides.