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

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Compositions and methods for galls fl and galls ct mediated transformation of plants

The present disclosure is directed to compositions and related methods that incorporate galls full-length (fl) or ct domain proteins to enhance efficiency of genetic manipulation of plants. In one aspect, the disclosure provides a modified agrobacterium cell that comprises a first nucleic acid and a second nucleic acid that encodes a galls-fl protein. ... Oregon State University

Systems and methods for determining an amount of fissile material in a reactor

A method of determining an amount of fissile material in a reactor includes sensing neutrons or photons emitted from the reactor before and after a change in a reactor operating parameter and determining a mass of fissile material responsive to a difference between the intensities of the radiation. A system for determining an amount of fissile material includes a radiation detector and a computing system. ... Oregon State University

Compounds comprising a hibonite structure and a method for their use

Novel colored compounds with a hibonite structure and a method for making the same are disclosed. The compounds may have a formula aal12-x-ymaxmbyo19 where a is typically an alkali metal, an alkaline earth metal, a rare earth metal, pb, bi or any combination thereof, and ma is ni, fe, cu, cr, v, mn, or co or any combination thereof, and mb is ti, sn, ge, si, zr, hf, ga, in, zn, mg, nb, ta, sb, mo, w or te or any combination thereof. ... Oregon State University

Leg configuration for spring-mass legged locomotion

Devices and methods for legged locomotion, including a robotic leg for spring-mass legged locomotion incorporating passive dynamics.. . ... Oregon State University

Microreactor-assisted printing of conductive traces with in-situ reactive inks

Highly conductive silver may be fabricated at room temperature using in-situ reactive silver precursor inks by microreactor-assisted printing without any post-processing. Reactive silver nanoinks, synthesized in-situ from the microreactor, may be directly delivered onto glass and polymeric substrates without any surface treatment to form a highly dense and uniform silver feature. ... Oregon State University

Microscale-based device for purifying fluid and method of use

Disclosed herein are embodiments of a microscale-based device suitable for purifying fluid, and method of using the device. In particular disclosed embodiments, an electrode layer comprising an enhanced surface area electrode material that has multiple extensions covered in a conductive material are used within the device. ... Oregon State University

Apparatus and method for energy regulation and leg control for spring-mass walking machine

A robot for legged locomotion incorporating passive dynamics with touchdown and takeoff control and method.. . ... Oregon State University

Radio-frequency-free hybrid electrostatic/magnetostatic cell for transporting, trapping, and dissociating ions in mass spectrometers

Mass spectrometry cells include one or more interleaved magnetostatic and electrostatic lenses. In some examples, the electrostatic lenses are based on electrical potentials applied to magnetostatic lens pole pieces. ... Oregon State University

Hybrid power and cooling system

A hybrid power and cooling system includes a cooling system that absorbs and removes heat from a space and includes a compressor for compressing a circulating refrigerant and a waste heat recovery system with an expander configured to use a working fluid to generate mechanical work by expansion using heat received from a heat source. The waste heat recovery system can be coupled to the compressor of the cooling system to drive the compressor by the generated mechanical work. ... Oregon State University

Method to trigger rna interference

A method to generate sirnas in vivo is described, as are constructs and compositions useful in the method. The method does not depend on the use of dna or synthetic constructs that contain inverted duplications or dual promoters so as to form perfect or largely double-stranded rna. ... Oregon State University

Amorphous thin metal film

. . The present disclosure is drawn to amorphous thin metal films and associated methods. Generally, an amorphous thin metal film can comprise a combination of four metals or metalloids including: 5 at % to 85 at % of a metalloid selected from the group of carbon, silicon, and boron; 5 at % to 85 at % of a first metal; 5 at % to 85 at % of a second metal; and 5 at % to 85 at % of a third metal wherein each metal is independently selected from the group of titanium, vanadium, chromium, cobalt, nickel, zirconium, niobium, molybdenum, rhodium, palladium, hafnium, tantalum, tungsten, iridium, and platinum, wherein the first metal, the second metal, and the third metal are different metals. ... Oregon State University

Amorphous thin metal film

The present disclosure is drawn to amorphous thin metal films and associated methods. Generally, an amorphous thin metal film can comprise a combination of three metals or metalloids including: 5 at % to 90 at % of a metalloid selected from the group of carbon, silicon, and boron; 5 at % to 90 at % of a first metal selected from the group of titanium, vanadium, chromium, cobalt, nickel, zirconium, niobium, molybdenum, rhodium, palladium, hafnium, tantalum, tungsten, iridium, and platinum; and 5 at % to 90 at % of a second metal selected from the group of titanium, vanadium, chromium, cobalt, nickel, zirconium, niobium, molybdenum, rhodium, palladium, hafnium, tantalum, tungsten, iridium, and platinum, wherein the second metal is different than the first metal. ... Oregon State University

Increasing data bandwidth to wireless devices

Techniques and solutions are provides for increasing data bandwidth to wireless devices in a wireless network. Data bandwidth to a wireless device can be increased by using an array of wireless transmitters of one type, arranged to cover one or more areas of an enclosed space, in combination with one or more wireless transmitters of another type, to simultaneously transmit data to the wireless device over different wireless communication channels.. ... Oregon State University

Thermal inkjet printhead stack with amorphous thin metal protective layer

The present disclosure is drawn to a thermal inkjet printhead stack with an amorphous thin metal protective layer, comprising an insulated substrate, a resistor applied to the insulated substrate, a resistor passivation layer applied to the resistor, and an amorphous thin metal protective layer applied to the resistor passivation layer. The amorphous thin metal protective layer can comprise from 5 atomic % to 90 atomic % of a metalloid of carbon, silicon, or boron. ... Oregon State University

03/03/16 / #20160058059

Enriched fish fillets

Fish bone can be ground into nano-scale particles and then mixed with surimi to form a marinade that can be injected into boneless fish fillets or otherwise added to boneless fish fillets to increase the highly bioavailable dietary calcium content, reduce drip loss and cook loss, improve yield, demonstrate improved texture after frozen storage, and/or provide other benefits. The reintroduction of fish bone back into boneless fish fillets can utilize a conventionally discarded natural resource and reduce waste.. ... Oregon State University

01/28/16 / #20160027937

Semiconductor materials and method for making and using such materials

Novel compounds having a formula m1dm2em3fchg where m1 is a transition metal, a group iii, group iv, or group v element, m2 is a group 13, group 14, or group 15 element, and m3 and ch independently are group 15 or group 16 elements, and a method for making the same are disclosed. The compounds may have a tetrahedrite crystal structure. ... Oregon State University

01/14/16 / #20160008298

Xanthohumol-based compounds and compositions thereof, and methods of making and using the same

Disclosed herein are compounds capable of ameliorating, treating, and preventing metabolic syndrome, or risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome, such as obesity, diabetes, and/or cardiovascular disease. In some embodiments, the compounds can function as mild mitochondrial uncouplers and thereby reduce markers of metabolic syndrome by improving insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism. ... Oregon State University

01/07/16 / #20160002483

Nano-cellulose edible coatings and uses thereof

Disclosed herein are embodiments of a composition comprising at least one cellulose material (such as a cellulose nanomaterial) and an optional inorganic salt component. Some embodiments of the composition can further comprise additional components, with some embodiments further comprising a non-starch polysaccharide (e.g., methyl cellulose carboxymethyl cellulose or other cellulose derivative, chitosan, or the like), a surfactant, a plasticizer, an antimicrobial component, or any combination thereof. ... Oregon State University








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