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 new patent  Methods and systems for carbon nanofiber production

A system and process for producing carbon nano-materials is disclosed. A carbonate material such as Li2CO3 is heated via a furnace to transform into molten carbonate. CO2 is bubbled into the molten carbonate. The molten carbonate is subjected to electrolysis by passing current from an anode to a cathode. A... The George Washington University

Electrocardiogram sensor ring

An electrocardiogram (ECG) sensor has a flexible thin ring-shaped substrate configured to be worn about a patient's finger. The substrate has an inner surface and an outer surface opposite the inner surface. A first ECG electrode is positioned at the outer surface of said substrate and a second ECG electrode... The George Washington University

Micro-cathode arc thruster

A satellite thruster increases satellite efficiency. The Linear Actuated μCAT has a stepper motor to move the ablative electrode forward. A LabVIEW program and Arduino microcontroller are used to analyze the Linear Actuated μCAT to determine how many steps are required for re-ignition, arc current, and the validity of the... The George Washington University

Emotional interaction apparatus

A system and method for emotional interaction. The system includes a robot that uses behavioral analysis automation to provide treatment and assessment of emotional communication and social skills for children with autism. The system generates a dataset including speech signals of one or more speakers, and assigns at least one... The George Washington University

Self-consuming satellite

A CubeSat satellite has a solar cell and an arc propulsion system. The arc propulsion system includes a power source, a first lead coupled to the power source and to a cathode, and a second lead coupled to the power source and to an anode. The solar cell is used... The George Washington University

Hybrid photonic plasmonic interconnects (hyppi) with intrinsic and extrinsic modulation options

The Hybrid Photonic Plasmonic Interconnect (HyPPI) combines both low loss photonic signal propagation and passive routing with ultra-compact plasmonic devices. These optical interconnects therefore uniquely combine fast operational data-bandwidths (in hundreds of Gbps) for light manipulation with low optical attenuation losses by hybridizing low loss photonics with strong light-matter-interaction plasmonics... The George Washington University

Doped graphitic carbon nitrides, methods of making and uses of the same

Carbon-doped graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4) compositions are synthesized from the chemical precursors melamine, cyanuric acid and barbituric acid. Phosphorus-doped g-C3N4 compositions are synthesized from the chemical precursors melamine, cyanuric acid and etidronic acid. Carbon- and phosphorus-doped g-C3N4 compositions, when in the presence of UV or visible light, can be used... The George Washington University

Tailored nanopost arrays (napa) for laser desorption ioinzation in mass spectrometry

The production and use of semiconducting nanopost arrays made by nanofabrication is described herein. These nanopost arrays (NAPA) provide improved laser ionization yields and controllable fragmentation with switching or modulation capabilities for mass spectrometric detection and identification of samples deposited on them.... The George Washington University

System and mass production of graphene platelets in arc plasma

A system and method for producing graphene includes a heating block, substrate, motor and collection device. The substrate is arranged about the heating block and is configured to receive heat from the heating block. A motor is connected to the substrate to rotate the substrate about the heating block. A... The George Washington University

Reconfigurable optical computer

An optical-electronic device can be controlled by a bias voltage to simulate an electronic component such as a resistor, capacitor, inductor with resistor, or capacitor with resistor. The optical-electronic device can be connected in a network to perform computations, model problems, simulate properties such as physical properties (for instance heat... The George Washington University

System and uncovering covert timing channels

A system detects a covert timing channel on a combinational structure or a memory structure. The system identifies the events behind conflicts, and constructs an event train based on those events. For combinational structures, the system detects recurrent burst patterns in the event train. The system determines that a covert... The George Washington University

Microencapsulation of chemical additives

The present disclosure relates to new and optimized processes for the preparation of micro- and nano-scale capsules containing lubricant chemical additives. The present disclosure also relates to micro- and nano-scale capsules prepared by such processes, which are useful in a variety of applications, including automotive lubricants, diesel lubricants, industrial lubricants,... The George Washington University

Process for the production of ammonia from air and water

The present disclosure relates to a simple one-pot process for the production of ammonia. The process involves electrolysis of air and water using a molten or concentrated aqueous hydroxide electrolyte in the presence of an iron catalyst. The process exhibits one or more of the following benefits: (i) it is... The George Washington University

Highly selective nanostructure sensors and methods of detecting target analytes

A nanostructure sensing device comprises a semiconductor nanostructure having an outer surface, and at least one of metal or metal-oxide nanoparticle clusters functionalizing the outer surface of the nanostructure and forming a photoconductive nanostructure/nanocluster hybrid sensor enabling light-assisted sensing of a target analyte.... The George Washington University

Use of nk-1 receptor antagonists for treating hypomagnesemia, neurogenic inflammation, and cardiac dysfunction associated with egfr-blocking drugs

The present disclosure provides methods for alleviating or preventing the negative physiological side effects associated with the administration of EGFR blocking therapeutics. The disclosure provides, inter alia, methods for treating or preventing: hypomagnesemia, cardiac dysfunction, and skin lesions, which are induced by EGFR blocking drugs, by administering an NK-1 receptor... The George Washington University

Smart release system for growth factor delivery and combined bone and vascular growth

Embodiments of the present invention relate to structures and systems having a three-dimensional biomimetic structure with a porous biomimetic three-dimensional scaffold and a coating deposited onto a surface of the porous biomimetic three-dimensional scaffold as well as methods of using and fabricating the like.... The George Washington University

Blood biomarkers for respiratory infections

Methods and kits for diagnosing and/or treating a lower respiratory infection in a subject include obtaining a biological sample from the subject; detecting RNA expression levels of one or more biomarkers in the biological sample and comparing the expression levels of the one or more three biomarkers to at least... The George Washington University

Blood biomarkers for appendicitis and diagnostics methods using biomarkers

The invention relates to methods and kits for diagnosing and/or treating appendicitis in a subject, comprising performing one or more assays configured to detect one or more biomarkers on a body fluid sample obtained from the subject to provide one or more assay result(s) and correlating the assay result(s) to... The George Washington University

Blood biomarkers for appendicitis and diagnostics methods using biomarkers

The invention relates to methods and kits for diagnosing and/or treating appendicitis in a subject, comprising performing one or more assays configured to detect one or more biomarkers on a body fluid sample obtained from the subject to provide one or more assay result(s) and correlating the assay result(s) to... The George Washington University

Method of treating low blood pressure

A method for treating a patient suffering from one of septic shock, acute kidney injury, severe hypotension, cardiac arrest, and refractory hypotension, but not from myocardial infarction, is provided. The method includes administering a therapeutically effective dose of Angiotensin II, or Ang II, to the patient.... The George Washington University








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