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Software for Differential Dynamic Microscopy (DDMCalc)

A MATLAB code for performing differential dynamic microscopy (DDM).

Hemostatic Compositions And Methods Of Use

Wet layered clays used as hemostatic agent to promote blood clotting.

Oxides for Wound Healing and Body Repair

A homogeneous composition of oxide materials prepared to modulate hemostasis and facilitate the blood coagulation, accelerating bone generation and assisting in wound healing and tissue repair.

Mesocellular Oxide Foams as Hemostatic Compositions and Methods of Use

Mesocellular foams used as hemostatic agents to facilitate clotting, wound healing, and reduce the risk of infection. It can be provided in combination with antibiotics, ions, or anti-inflammatory agents.

Bio-Inspired Hydraulic Actuator for Improved Structural Control

A bio-inspired hydraulic passive actuator that can protect buildings from natural disasters. 

Improved Anisotropic Strain Control in Semipolar Nitride Devices

A method to control the anisotrophy of strain in semipolar nitride-based active layers of optoelectronic devices while maintaining high device performance and efficiency.

Method for Improved Surface of (Ga,Al,In,B)N Films on Nonpolar or Semipolar Subtrates

A method for improving the growth morphology of (Ga,Al,In,B)N thin films on nonpolar or semipolar (Ga,Al,In,B)N substrates that uses an inert carrier gas such as N2.

Aluminum-cladding-free Nonpolar III-Nitride LEDs and LDs

A nonpolar III-nitride LED or LD that does not require any aluminum-containing cladding layers, because the quantum well active region is thick enough to function as an optical waveguide for the device.  

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