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Performance Enhancement of Transparent Conducting Electrodes by Mesoscale Metal Wires

Stanford researchers have developed a mesoscale metal wire design which can improve the sheet resistance and transmittance performance of transparent conducting electrodes (TCEs) by providing highly conductive pathways for electron transport. Existing TC...
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Enhanced Sensitivity of Functional T cell Assays for TB and Other Diseases

Prof. Niaz Banaei has developed a patented in vitro immunomodulation technique to improve the sensitivity of functional T-cell assays for tuberculosis (TB), other infectious diseases and autoimmune diseases. This method uses pattern recognition rec...
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