Technologies for detection, including those for sensing environmental conditions, MEMS, and interferometers
Select technologies available for online license at favorable, established terms
This unique biosensor combines absorption and molecular fluorescence spectrophotometry and is not yet commercially available
Technology overcomes diffusion limits and enables nanosensors (with potential advantages for few-molecule sensitivity, selectivity, power consumption) to be used at low concentrations without prohibitively...
Nodes in the film can direct the action of a variety of sensors greatly extending the utility of technology into new fields of use...
Trace chemical detection with parts per trillion sensitivity in this nanotechnology-based sensor offers the possibility for real-time chemical agent identification and tracking
The system generates a phase shifted radar signal based on information from received coherent noise
Uses dry chemistry to detect an array of chemicals commonly used in homemade and improvised explosive devices
Measuring shock wave propagation in solid media, materials under extreme strain conditions including bullet and blast proof materials
Accurate and quantitative real-time detection of microbial growth in fuel in the field before high cell density is reached
Fast, automated analysis of vast amounts of spectral data
Sensors on a trailing aircraft together with known data of the leading aircraft used to accurately predict position
System determines and implements spacecraft maneuvers while maintaining operation within torque and other physical or operational limits
Microelectromechanical system-based reverse magnetron