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Syracuse University patents

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 new patent  Methods and shape-changing food

An edible structure may comprise a gelatin film and fiber strips. The gelatin film may have a higher density of gelatin in a first layer of the film than in a second layer of the film. The fiber strips may be attached to the first layer, and may have an... Syracuse University

Website authentication using an internet-connected device

The invention is an authentication framework that enables a user to log in to a website using an Internet-connected device, such as smartphone, smart watch, smart glasses, or tablet, while browsing on a computer. The framework makes it easier for people with certain disabilities to log in to a website,... Syracuse University

Piezoelectric sensors and quartz crystal monitors

Surface modifications and improvements to piezoelectric-based sensors, such as QCMs and other piezoelectric devices, that significantly increase the sensitivity and the specificity (selectivity). These modifications can comprise mechanical and chemical changes to the surfaces of the sensors, either individually or together. For example, nanosize structures may be provided on the... Syracuse University

System and dna extraction

A portable device for extracting DNA from a sample comprising a tissue with a plurality of cells. The device includes an opening configured to receive the sample, a first region in fluid communication with the opening and comprising a plurality of tissue processing elements; a second region having a first... Syracuse University

Noninvasive, continuous in vitro simultaneous measurement of turbidity and concentration

The invention provides a method of determining turbidity and concentration simultaneously a sample by irradiating the sample with a single incident wavelength and simultaneously measuring wavelength shifted (IE) and unshifted (EE) light emitted. A relative volume of light emitted from two phases may be determined, wherein the two phases comprise... Syracuse University

Automatic detection by a wearable camera

There is set forth herein a system including a camera device. In one embodiment the system is operative to perform image processing for detection of an event involving a human subject. There is set forth herein in one embodiment, a camera equipped system employed for fall detection.... Syracuse University

Motion sensor assisted room shape reconstruction and self-localization using first-order acoustic echoes

Simultaneous 2-D room shape reconstruction and self-localization is accomplished using no pre-established infrastructure. A mobile device with co-located microphone and loudspeaker is used to collect echoes reflected by the walls. The system uniquely recovers arbitrary 2-D convex room shape as well as the position of mobile device 10 by collecting... Syracuse University

Shape-memory-actuated materials for accelerated healing of orthopedic injuries

A three component system for repairing critically sized bone defects having a first shape memory polymer (SMP) component formed as a scaffold that fills the defects, a second SMP component formed as a restricting sleeve that stabilizes and supports osseointegration and osteoconduction, and a third SMP component formed as a... Syracuse University

Functionally graded shape memory polymer

A functionally graded shape memory polymer (SMP) that has a range of transition temperatures that are spatially distributed in a gradient fashion within one single article. The SMP is formed by post-curing a pre-cured glassy SMP in a linear temperature gradient that imposes different vitrification temperature limits at different positions... Syracuse University

Micro environmental control system

A micro environmental control system that can remove or add 30W from or to the near range personal microenvironment of a user. For cooling, the μX uses a micro vapor compression system during the un-occupied period to freeze a phase-change-material in a thermal storage module. A fan then moves air... Syracuse University

Triple shape memory composite foams

A triple shape memory polymeric foam that is open cell in nature and features a two phase, crosslinked SMP with a glass transition temperature of one phase at a temperature lower than a melting transition of the second phase. The resulting soft material features high fidelity, repeatable triple shape behavior,... Syracuse University

Diversity combining of non-coherently modulated ldpc codes in wireless communications

A method of decoding a plurality of diverse signals for low-density parity-check (LDPC) decoders that takes advantage of signal diversity. The method allows for the combining of soft-decision LDPC encoded non-coherently modulated signals, which is in contrast to existing approaches where hard decision combining is used for non-coherently modulated signals.... Syracuse University

Tryptamine-based ship inhibitors for the treatment of cancer

The present disclosure provides compositions that inhibit the SH2-containing inositol 5′-phosphatase (SHIP), as well as methods using such compositions for use in treating or ameliorating the effects of a medical condition in a subject.... Syracuse University

Method to control void formation in nanomaterials using core/alloy nanoparticles with stainless interfaces

The present invention describes the use of nanoparticle interfaces to chemically process solid nanomaterials into ones with tailorable core-void-shell architectures. The internal void sizes are proportional to the nanoparticle size, the shell thickness and composition, and can be either symmetric or asymmetric depending on the nature of the interface, each... Syracuse University

An electricity and syngas co-generation system using porous solid oxide fuel cells

A porous solid oxide fuel cell (PSOFC) system for electricity and syngas co-generation. The system has a porous layer, a porous electrolyte layer with catalyst, a porous anode layer, and a porous catalyst layer. A fuel air/O2 mixture is introduced from through the porous cathode layer so that it next... Syracuse University

Dna-based forensic identification of controlled substances using plant dna markers

A method for determining the presence or absence of an illicit plant-derived compound in a sample. The method includes the steps of: (i) providing a sample potentially containing an illicit plant-derived compound; (ii) extracting DNA in the illicit plant-derived compound from the identified sample; (iii) amplifying, using PCR, the target... Syracuse University

Methods and systems for prediction of a dna profile mixture ratio

A system configured to characterize a ratio of contributors to a DNA mixture within a sample, the system including: a sample preparation module configured to generate initial data about the DNA mixture within the sample; a processor comprising a ratio of contributors determination module configured to: (i) receive the generated... Syracuse University

Self-replenishing boundary lubrication in hydrogels using zwitterionic polymers

A self-replenishing biocompatible hydrogel having a zwitterionic polymer embedded throughout the matrix system to act as a lubricant and a surface modified with the same zwitterionic polymer. When surface material loss occurs in the hydrogel, such as a surface crack or a scratch, the damage propagates through the matrix rupturing... Syracuse University

Universal dna profiling

A method for characterizing at least a portion of the biodiversity of a sample. The method includes the steps of: (i) obtaining a sample having nucleic acid from a plurality of different organisms; (ii) extracting at least a portion of the nucleic acid from the sample; (iii) optionally performing a... Syracuse University

Ghrelin o-acyltransferase inhibitors

Small molecule ghrelin O-acyltransferase inhibitors found using an assay to detect ghrelin O-acyltransferase activity using an acrylodan-labeled peptide mimic of ghrelin that provides for high-throughput screening for ghrelin O-acyltransferase inhibitors and detection via high performance liquid chromatography. The newly discovered class of synthetic triterpenoids efficiently inhibits ghrelin acylation by GOAT... Syracuse University

Antifouling urinary catheters with shape-memory topographic patterns

A system of topographic patterns for the prevention of bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation. The patterns may be provided on the surfaces of certain devices that are prone to bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation, such as urinary catheters. To reduce bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation, and to remove existing biofilms,... Syracuse University

Synthetic disugar hydrocarbons as natural analogs to control microbial behaviors

Synthetic disaccharide hydrocarbons (DSHs) that reactive bacterials swarming motility and inhibit bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation. A library of DSHs were tested in several experiment for the impact on various Pseudomonas aeruginosa populations and compared against existing compounds to determine efficacy and utility. Certain DSHs were also to determine the... Syracuse University

Electrochemical eradication of microbes on surfaces of objects

Describe is an apparatus for reducing or preventing the growth of microbes on the surface of an object, wherein the object is of such material that it can act as a working electrode. The apparatus comprises counter electrode, a reference electrode, and an electrical lead for attachment to the object... Syracuse University

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