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Prevention of Mineral Scale on Electrically Conducting Membranes

Researchers in the UCLA Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have developed a membrane maintenance method to improve the efficiency of membrane-based desalination by preventing mineral scaling on the membrane’s surface.

Portable Lung Assist Device

UCLA researchers have developed a portable integrated system and device that supports failing human lungs, allowing patients to move around without the assistance of another person.

Wearable Voltammetric Monitoring of Electroactive Drugs

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a voltammetric wearable device capable of monitoring electroactive drug circulation and abundance in biofluids. This non-invasive monitoring system can be used for electroactive drug therapy management, drug compliance/abuse monitoring, drug-drug interaction studies, and personalized dosing.

Voltage-Responsive Coating for Lithium-Sulfur Battery

Researchers in the UCLA Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering have developed a lithium-sulfur battery that overcomes the poor recharging and short lifespan problems common among other lithium-sulfur battery configurations.

Training Platform for Transoral Robotic Surgery

UCLA researchers in the Departments of Bioengineering and Head & Neck Surgery have developed a novel robotic platform for the training of transoral surgery.

Curved Holographic Integrated Grating Lenses for Augmented and Virtual Reality

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a novel holographic grating design that achieves high-resolution, high-performance and high-efficiency display in augmented and virtual reality.

Self-Adaptive Architected Materials for Selective Damping of High Amplitude Sounds

Researchers in the UCLA Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a responsive hearing protection system that uses self-adaptive architected materials that selectively dampens high amplitude, damaging sounds.

Spectrally Selective Thermal Radiators for Cooling of Vertical or Horizontal Surfaces with Limited View of the Sky

UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a passive radiative cooling design for building surfaces that have a limited view of the sky by using spectrally selective thermal radiating materials.