Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

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METAL-BASED COMPOSITES AND METHODS THEREFOR

UW-Madison researchers have developed a novel approach to effectively wet, incorporate and disperse ceramic nanoparticles into molten metal. The technique is based on rapidly heating the melt to induc...
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Lianyi Chen, Ali Nabaa | P230427US01

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Fluorescent Indicator of Lithium Ions

UW-Madison researchers have developed a novel profluorophore that binds to lithium ions with high specificity, inducing a fluorescent signal. The fluorescent indicator can be seamlessly integrated int...
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Randall Goldsmith | P150162US02

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GLASSY ORGANIC FRAMEWORK ION-CONDUCTIVE MEMBRANES

UW-Madison researchers have developed a class of extremely robust yet inexpensive ion exchange membranes based on glassy organic frameworks. These membranes have shown promising performance for redox ...
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Dawei Feng, Patrick Sullivan, Xiuliang Lyu, Wenjie Li | P220146US02

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ARCHITECTED CARBON NANOTUBE FOAMS AND METHODS OF MAKING SAME

UW-Madison researchers have designed and fabricated architected vertically aligned carbon nanotube (VACNT) foams with synergistic improvements in specific elastic modulus, specific energy absorption, ...
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Ramathasan Thevamaran, Abhishek Gupta, Komal Chawla, Bhanugoban Maheswaran | P230015US02

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STRETCHABLE PIEZOELECTRIC BIOCRYSTAL THIN FILMS

UW-Madison researchers have developed an amino acid-based piezoelectric biocrystal thin film that offers tissue-compatible omnidirectional stretchability with unimpaired piezoelectricity. The stretcha...
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Xudong Wang, Jun Li | P230250US01

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Additive-Free Method of Zinc Electrodeposition

The need for corrosion-resistant materials is present throughout automotive, aerospace, and electronics manufacturing as well as many other metal and polymer manufacturing industries. Electrodepositio...
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Sujat Sen, Seth King | T210038US02

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Mediated Hydrogen Anode for Use in Reductive Electrosynthesis

The inventor discloses a new method and system for reductive electrochemical synthesis that uses H2 as the terminal reductant. Essentially, this invention will enable H2-integrated anodes and flow-rea...
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Shannon Stahl, Jack Twilton, James Gerken, Mathew Johnson, Thatcher Root | P210161US02

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