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Energy (15)
Tech. ID Technology Summary Available? TTO Contact
CU1557B Production of synthesis gas or hydrogen by gasification or pyrolysis of biological feedstocks using solar-thermal energy. No, contact TTO Stephanie Villano
CU2396B Genetic Elements Conferring Aldehyde Tolerance in Microbial Strains Yes, download Brynmor Rees
CU2768B B4 Materials For Organic Semiconductor Applications, Including Molecular Electronics And Organic Photovoltaics Yes, download Stephanie Villano
CU2773D New Configuration and Materials for Scalable Bioelectrochemical System and Microbial Fuel Cells Yes, download Stephanie Villano
CU2941D Fault detection and isolation in low voltage DC microgrid distribution system Yes, download Kala Majeti
CU3002B Synthesis of (Ga1-xZnx)(N1-xOx) Nanocrystals for Photocatalytic Waters Splitting Yes, download Stephanie Villano
CU3018D Bioelectrochemical Desalination Process and Device (Combined with CU2773D, update CU3018 only) No, contact TTO Stephanie Villano
CU3054B Fast, Efficient Isothermal Redox to Split Water or Carbon Dioxide Yes, download Stephanie Villano
CU3084B Lipopolysaccharide deficiency affecting tolerance in E. coli strains and restoration via lpcA overexpression or araC deletion Yes, download Brynmor Rees
CU3117D A low-cost solar irradiance sensor Yes, download Doreen Molk
CU3222D Fault Location in Low-Voltage DC Distribution System using a Probe Power Unit Yes, download Kala Majeti
CU3337B Nanophononic metamaterials for thermoelectric energy conversion No, contact TTO Kala Majeti
CU3361B Photocatalysis deconstructed: design of a new photocatalyst for carbon dioxide-water reduction Yes, download Stephanie Villano
CU3693B Co-dispersion of Switchable Plasmonic Nanoparticles for Renewable Energy (e.g. smart windows) and Electro-Optic Applications Yes, download Marta Zgagacz
CU3877B Microbial Electrolytic Process for Carbon Capture, Energy Production and Waste Treatment Yes, download Stephanie Villano
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