Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Technology

Multidimensional Imaging with Improved Contrast

Studying molecular properties in complex chemical and biological samples, including live cells, requires sufficient spatial resolution and contrast between different substructures. To achieve enhanced...
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John Wright, Erin Boyle | P140021US02

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Compact Spectrometer

Spectrometers are optical instruments used to measure light. They work by detecting spectral lines and measuring their wavelength or intensity. Spectrometers have many applications, including telecomm...
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Zongfu Yu | P140145US01

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Photon-Sorting Spectroscopic Microscope System

Scanning optical microscopes, such as confocal microscopes, are of increasing importance for looking at living cells and other biological structures. By using fluorescent molecules like GFP (green flu...
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John White | P99237US

Technology

Modeless Wavelength-Agile Laser

Spectroscopic studies evaluate the response of a specimen to different colors of light. Lasers are normally used in spectroscopic studies; however, lasers typically operate in one or more cavity modes...
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Scott Sanders | P05034US

Technology

Microwave Dielectric Spectroscopy Method and Device

Proteins change conformation in solution for a variety of reasons, including events such as ligand binding. Most researchers use simple and readily available optical means to measure protein conformat...
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Daniel van der Weide, Kimberly Taylor | P02102US

Technology

Multidimensional Spectrometer

Over the last eight years, academic researchers have been developing a new set of spectroscopic techniques that are multidimensional versions of visible and infrared spectroscopies, such as two-dimens...
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Martin Zanni, Niels Damrauer | P07420US

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