Device that doubles the amount of storage space for genomic samples archived at the UA Museum of the North for secure, easy storage in—and removal from—standard freezer boxes.
Software algorithm and systems that correct environmental wavefront distortion such as time-varying phase and amplitude fluctuations across radar apertures using adaptive correction factors.
Apparatus for The Electrolytic Production of Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Alkalinized Seawater
Apparatus for The Electrolytic Production of Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Alkalinized Seawater: new electrolytic ion exchange module that has the ability to produce, separate, and store the generated oxygen and hydrogen gases.
Streamflow Hydrology Estimate Using Machine Learning (SHEM): this builds estimated datasets on the present and historical streamflow data alone through a machine learning process.
High-Temperature Borehole Fluid Sampler
Multi-Temperature Fluid Sampler (MTFS): a non-gas-tight, syringe-style fluid sampler that employs a mechanical trigger that utilizes the thermal-response properties of a shape memory alloy.
The nutrient extraction toolkit (NET): This provides all the necessary tools for kelp sampling at a mariculture farm and meets cross-agency sampling standards. An illustrated protocol makes sampling and shipping to the laboratory easy to understand and accomplish.
Technology that can greatly enrich pathogenic sequences in human clinical samples. It does not require prior knowledge of the pathogen or assumption of the infection, and therefore, provides a fast and sequence-independent approach to identify human pathogens.
This runs an electric field through the two-dimensional plane of the matrix layer pulling damaged DNA into a fluid buffer. The damaged cell portions can be quantified, analyzed, or processed to provide an objective quantitative value and/or to determine a gene sequence of the cells.