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Recent patent applications related to Simon Fraser University. Simon Fraser University is listed as an Agent/Assignee. Note: Simon Fraser University may have other listings under different names/spellings. We're not affiliated with Simon Fraser University, we're just tracking patents.

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Process and method for fabricating wearable and flexible microfluidic devices and systems

A new fabrication process for flexible and wearable microfluidic channel structures and devices is provided. Microfluidic channel structures and devices can be printed on textiles and in particular on flexible fabrics, such as clothing, for applications in wearable microfluidic sensors and systems. ... Simon Fraser University

Transvascular nerve stimulation apparatus and methods

Electrode structures for transvascular nerve stimulation combine electrodes with an electrically-insulating backing layer. The backing layer increases the electrical impedance of electrical paths through blood in a lumen of a blood vessel and consequently increases the flow of electrical current through surrounding tissues. ... Simon Fraser University

Apparatus and methods for assisted breathing by transvascular nerve stimulation

A catheter may include electrodes for transvascular nerve stimulation. The electrodes may be positioned within lumens of the catheter and aligned with apertures in the outer wall of the catheter. ... Simon Fraser University

Process of increasing energy conversion and electrochemical efficiency of a scaffold material using a deposition material

A process for increasing the energy conversion and electrochemical efficiency of a scaffold material using a deposition material comprises flowing by at least one surface of the scaffold material a solution which comprises the deposition material, forming agglomerations of the deposition material with at least one surface of the scaffold material, wherein the deposition material fills pores on the at least one surface of the scaffold material (“scaffold pores”) thereby increasing the surface area of the scaffold material, electrically connecting deposition material to the scaffold material via the formation of agglomerations, wherein said scaffold material is conductive and flow-through and wherein deposition material has a pore size (“deposition material pore size”) which is no larger than the scaffold pore size.. . ... Simon Fraser University

Use of neural network and eis signal analysis to quantify h2 crossover in-situ in operating pem cells

Methods for detecting a hydrogen leak and quantifying a rate of the same in a polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell stack are provided, as well as a fuel cell diagnostic apparatus that diagnoses a hydrogen leak in a fuel cell stack.. . ... Simon Fraser University

Hydroxide-stable ionenes

Described herein are stable hydroxide ion-exchange polymers. The polymers include ionenes, which are polymers that contain ionic amines in the backbone. ... Simon Fraser University

Binding function 3 (bf3) site compounds as therapeutics and methods for their use

This invention provides compound having a structure of formulas: uses of such compounds for treatment of various indications, including prostate cancer as well as methods of treatment involving such compounds are also provide.. . ... Simon Fraser University

Apparatus and methods for assisted breathing by transvascular nerve stimulation

A catheter may include electrodes for transvascular nerve stimulation. The electrodes may be positioned within lumens of the catheter and aligned with apertures in the outer wall of the catheter. ... Simon Fraser University








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