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Controls For Micro-Manipulation Technology Need Miniaturization of electromechanical systems promises to impact a wide variety of markets (e.g., chemical, medical, pharmaceutical, bio- engineering, appliances, automotive). However, a fundamental element in miniaturization that has yet to be addressed is bridging the gap between the micro- and macro- worlds, e.g., micro-assembly. Research Fo…

Robotics-Controls For Micro-Manipulation R1 Robotics and Energetic Systems Group Technology Need Miniaturization of electromechanical systems promises to impact a wide variety of markets (e.g., chemical, medical, pharmaceutical, bioengineering, appliances, automotive). However, a fundamental element in miniaturization that has yet to be addressed is bridging the gap between the micro- and macro-…

Large Area Controlled Assembly of Transparent Conducting Networks Large Area Controlled Assembly of Transparent Conducting Networks Disclosure Number 200902245 Technology Summary Assembly of metal nanoparticles into microwire networks is accomplished in an improved process. Vakarelski, et al. reported, in PRL 102, 058303 (2009) that such structures were …

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System to Interrogate Cargo for Concealed Special Nuclear Materials System to Interrogate Cargo for Concealed Special Nuclear Materials Disclosure Number 200802147 Technology Summary Maintaining the flow of commerce and transportation through ports of entry (POE) and other checkpoints requires quick resolution of nuclear alarms without de-vanning the co…

TNT-cloning System Disclosure Number 201403357 Technology Summary Our technology describe a novel synthetic biology tool, called TNT-cloning, that in vitro assembles DNA parts in a simple, fast, efficient, flexible and, if desired, automated manner. Our system combines all cloning elements into one single universal library allowing a pre-determined assembly without the need for linke…

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HAM Human-strength amplification refers to a novel methodology for human- machine synergy, in which the machine amplifies (or de-amplifies) by a selectable ratio the forces and torques applied by a human, while also providing feedback to the human of the force phenomena acting on the payload. The concept differs significantly from conventional teleoperated or telerobotic systems in the sense tha…

Nanoengineered Membranes for Controlled Transport Disclosure Number 200100993 Technology Summary The invention pertains to the use of carbon nanofibers (CNFs) as membranes for controlling molecular transport. These devices provide nanoscale control of molecular transport by mimicking biological cellular membranes. Semi- permeable membranes are created from…

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Phase separated, self-assembled, vertically aligned epitaxial thin film heterostructures for photovoltaic solar cells Phase separated, self-assembled, vertically aligned epitaxial thin film heterostructures for photovoltaic solar cells Disclosure Number 201002407 Technology Summary Recent advancements in nanostructural engineering offer great potential for…

Fs Nstd Capabilities http://www.ornl.gov/nstd Nuclear Science and Technology Division Key facilities used in research include the following: Capsule Assembly Laboratory High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) Materials Irradiation Facility Oak Ridge Electron Linear Accelerator (ORELA) Radiochemical Engineering Development Center (REDC) The Nuclear Science and Technology Division (NSTD) is comm…

Emas Fact Sheet Evacuation Monitoring and Accountability System (EMAS) The Evacuation Monitoring and Accountability System (EMAS) is an automated system designed to account for personnel both during and after the emergency evacuation of a public or private building. The system architecture incorporates the latest radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, a novel radio frequency (RF) sche…

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