Clemson University researchers have created an inexpensive and simple fabrication process with a highly sensitive, flexible, and biocompatible method that is suitable for the wearable electronics market.
Inventor: Goutam Koley
In order to fill the gaps in existing biomedical knowledge, Clemson University researchers have developed MOLIERE, which utilizes information from over 24.5 million historic documents including scientific papers, keywords, genes, proteins, diseases and diagnoses.
Inventor: Ilya Safro
Clemson researchers have developed a a breast tissue biopsy marker consisting of a polymeric carrier with embedded metallic nanoparticles, designed with the purpose of enabling clinicians to localize a cancerous region within the breast tissue non-invasively.
Inventor: Delphine Dean
Clemson University researchers have created a method to produce nanofiber-based impedance and electrochemical biosensors that can be tuned to specific bacterial species and quantification that can be accomplished to provide information about current state as well as growth rate.
Inventor: Jordon Gilmore
Clemson University researchers have implemented the first 3D FRAP microscope in the world by innovatively combining the 3D spatial Fourier transform FRAP method with high speed volumetric imaging and high-resolution structural imaging.
Inventor: Dr. Hai Yao,
Dr. Tong Ye