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
Clemson University researchers have developed a multilayer porous silicone (pSi) wave-guide sensor using a low-cost fabrication approach to achieve a high sensitivity, low limit of detection (LOD) and near unity confinement of light.
Inventor: Dr. Judson Ryckman, Gabriel D. Allen, William F. Delaney
Advanced Materials, Biotechnology
Carbon dots (also called “carbon quantum dots”, “carbon nanodots”, etc.) represent a new class of photoactive nanomaterials that compete effectively with semiconductor quantum dots, a market that was valued at $961.4 million in 2013 and is projected to be larger than $5 billion in 2020.
Inventor: Dr. Ya-Ping Sun