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Multi-Dimensional Computer Simulation Code For Proton Exchange Membrane (Pem) Electrolysis Cell (Ec) Advanced Design And Control

Polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolyzers have received increasing attention for renewable hydrogen production through water splitting. In order to develop such electrolyzers, it is necessary to understand and model the flow of liquids, gases, and ions through the PEM. An advancedmulti-dimensional multi-physics model is established for PEM electrolyzer to describe the two-phase flow, electron/proton transfer, mass transport, and water electrolysis kinetics.

Advanced Human Pose Recognition Technology

This technology revolutionizes human pose recognition by overcoming dataset and environmental limitations.

Methods and Systems for Rapid Antimicrobial Susceptibility Tests

Rapid antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) is a method for quickly determining the most effective antibiotic therapy for patients with bacterial infections. These techniques enable the detection and quantification of antibiotic-resistant and susceptible bacteria metabolites at concentrations near or below ng/mL in complex media. Employing bacterial metabolites as a sensing platform, the system integrates machine learning data analysis processes to differentiate between antibiotic susceptibility and resistance in clinical infections within an hour. With the results, a clinician can prescribe appropriate medicine for the patient's bacterial infection.


This technology revolves around Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), a noninvasive imaging method that provides detailed cross-sectional images of tissue microstructure and blood flow. OCT utilizes either time domain (TDOCT) or Fourier domain (FDOCT) approaches, with FDOCT offering superior sensitivity and speed. Doppler OCT combines Doppler principles with OCT to visualize tissue structure and blood flow concurrently. Additionally, polarization-sensitive OCT detects tissue birefringence. Advanced methods aim to enhance the speed and sensitivity of Doppler OCT, crucial for various clinical applications such as ocular diseases and cancer diagnosis. Swept source FDOCT systems further improve imaging capabilities by increasing range and sensitivity. Overall, this technology represents significant advancements in biomedical imaging, offering insights into both structural and functional aspects of tissue physiology.

Surfaces Incorporating Treated Leaves for Chemical-free Physical Capture of Pest Arthropods

A breakthrough technology utilizing chemically treated leaves which retain their insect-entrapping properties, providing an effective and less expensive solution for pest control without the use of chemical insecticides.

Novel Light-Matter Interaction in Semiconductors

A fundamental scientific breakthrough is poised to fundamentally reshape the nature of light-matter interactions, particularly in silicon, resulting in dramatic enhancement of optical absorption and emission and potentially revolutionizing its applications in various fields.

Electricity enhanced delivery of drugs into the ureter, renal pelvis, and renal parenchyma

The invention entails a unique catheter device utilizing electromotive drug administration (EMDA) to enhance drug penetrance into tissues of the ureter, renal pelvis, and calyces. By incorporating a conductive wire and fluid delivery system, the catheter enables targeted drug delivery, potentially revolutionizing the treatment of kidney stones, urothelial carcinoma, infections, and inflammation without systemic side effects.

Droplet microvortices for modulating cell dynamics

The invention presents a microfluidic platform equipped with specialized trapping arrays and droplet generation capabilities, enabling precise control over the formation of microvortices within cell-laden droplets. This novel system facilitates the study of cell-cell interactions at a single-cell level, offering configurable microenvironments for analyzing cell dynamics and pair relationships.

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