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MEMS-Based Thermionic Energy Converter for AC Power Output

Engineers in Prof. Roger Howe’s laboratory have designed a thermionic microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) energy converter that can be used to generate AC electric power directly from high temperature heat. This invention utilizes a model of thermioni...
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Novel method to Deliver Biopolymers into Cells

Stanford researchers have developed a patented drug delivery technology that can be used to transport drugs and macromolecules across biological membranes. This invention specifically includes compositions of the transporter for delivering paclitaxel and...
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