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USTAR Funded Projects

Z. Zak Fang

Z. Zak Fang is developing a novel and cost-effective method for producing titanium powder for 3D printing. Titanium’s unique qualities make it desirable to both military and business.

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Kai Kuck

Kai Kuck has developed a device to monitor and record renal and urinary oxygenation during surgery. Early detection of changes in oxygen levels may predict acute renal injury often associated with cardiac surgeries.

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Jan Miller

Jan Miller is creating a new material to compete with Lithium-ion battery solvents. Use of a solid polymer electrolyte will be tested to determine if it improves safety.

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Ceramatec

Ceramatec partnered with the U of U for this project.

Ceramatec is creating adjustable-tint window films with the application of retrofitting commercial and residential buildings to increase energy efficiency

Learn more at www.ceramatec.com

Teruo Okano

Teru Okano’s research team is creating new cell sheets that will allow for creating “patches” for damaged organs such as heart, artiledge and other human organs.

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Shawn Owen

Shawn Owen has invented a customizable, quick, single-step diagnostic assay to detect proteins through their properties as antigens or antibodies.

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Raj Rajamani

Raj Rajamani has created a method of sorting metals of high economic value from scrap metal waste. This innovation increases the recycling capture and reduces waste.

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Danny Chou

Danny Chou has identified a lead molecule for an ultra-fast acting human insulin. Such insulins are important for meal-time use by persons with Type l diabetes.

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Clayton Williams

Craig Selzman is exploring a treatment for severe heart failure through a combination of electrical stimulation of nerves and a mix of tissue repair proteins and stem cells to improve heart function.

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Craig Selzman

Craig Selzman is exploring a treatment for severe heart failure through a combination of electrical stimulation of nerves and a mix of tissue repair proteins and stem cells to improve heart function.

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Alistair Ward

Alistair Ward is developing health IT approaches for examining large volumes of genomic data to aid diagnosis through a collaboration with ARUP.

Read about Alistair Ward and Frameshift Labs here

Sharpeyes

Sharp Eyes is developing adaptive lenses with software that continuously adjusts the lens magnification to give clear images at very near and midrange distances, eliminating bifocals.

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