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Large-Scale Sentiment Analysis for News and Blogs

A method for determining a sentiment associated with an entity Background: Sentiment analysis of natural language texts is a large and growing field. Some methods for generating sentiment lexicons assume positive and negative sentiment using synonyms and antonyms. Such methods may not accurately capture the sentiment of a word. Other methods use semantics,...
Published: 9/3/2020   |   Inventor(s): Steven Skiena, Namrata Godbole, Manjunath Srinivasaiah
Category(s): Data, Computer Software, Information Technology, Campus > Stony Brook University

PI 3-Kinase Cancer Immunotherapy

Pancreatic cancer patients will be treated with a PI3K inhibitor to induce the cancer cells to reveal their antigens to the immune system Background: Standard chemotherapies have little impact on pancreatic cancer (PDAC) patient survival, and new T-cell therapies have yet to be successful in treating solid tumors. Phosphoinositide 3-kinase...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Richard Lin
Keywords(s): cancer, immunotherapy, phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K), PI3K inhibitors, Technologies
Category(s): Gene Therapy and Viral Vectors, Therapeutics, Campus > Stony Brook University

Method and Apparatus for High Efficiency X-ray Imager

An x-ray detector with improved dynamic range and sensitivity that improves the quantum efficiency of x-ray imagers Background: X-ray imaging experienced a “digital revolution” in the early 2000s, with digital radiography systems being implemented with active matric flat panel images. Due to the compact size, rapid image readout and excellent...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Wei Zhao, Amirhossein Goldan, Adrian Howansky, Rick Lubinsky, James Scheurmann, Jann Stavro
Keywords(s): Charge sensing, Fabrication, High Efficiency Cadmium Selenide, Multi-well, Selenium, Selenium Avalanche Multiplication Gain, Technologies, Unipolar Time-Differential (UTD)
Category(s): Nanotechnology, Optics and Photonics, Campus > Stony Brook University

Process for Predicting Community Real Estate Outcomes Using Social Media

Tracking information about communities that is not available otherwise to better predict prices Background: Technology Overview: This technology tracks information about communities that is not available otherwise. It has shown it can predict prices better than those variables alone. Advantages: Inpart-Benefits Applications: Intellectual Property...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Hansen Schwartz, Mohammadzaman Zamani
Keywords(s): Algorithms, Data Science, Demographics, Economic Outcomes, Social Media, Technologies
Category(s): Computer Software, Campus > Stony Brook University

System and Methods for Virtual Pancreatoscopy

A virtual super-resolution pancreatoscopy method that can visualize the fine-scale structures. Background: Virtual endoscopy has been observed and claimed in many previous patents for several different organs. Among these organs is the colon, and the radiological imaging of virtual pancreatoscopy. Technology Overview: Pancreatoscopy is the endoscopic...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Yi Gao, Aaron Sasson
Keywords(s): Image segmentation, pancreatic duct, Technologies, virtual endoscopy, virtual pancreatoscopy
Category(s): Computer Software, Information Technology, Medical Devices, Campus > Stony Brook University

A Piezoelectric-triboelectric Heel Charger for Power-on-the-go

A heel charger that uses a level mechanism and a mechanical SSHI boosting circuit to provide electrical energy Background: Running out of battery power often results in life-threatening situations, whereas backup batteries are large, heavy and hazardous. In efforts to treat this unreliable aspect, proposed is an energy harvester. This is a clean alternative...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Ya Wang, Haili Liu
Keywords(s): mechanical-synchronized (M-SSHI), piezoelectric-triboelectric materials, switch harvesting on inductor Interface (M-SSHI), Technologies
Category(s): Clean Energy, Energy Conservation, Campus > Stony Brook University

Development of a Pediatric Tuberculosis Diagnostic Test

A lipoprotein diagnostic marker for TB disease ideal for a simple diagnostic assay from a finger prick blood or serum Background: The inadequate sensitivity of available organism-based TB diagnostic tools in children, the wide spectrum of disease observed in children, and the non-specific signs and symptoms especially in young and HIV-children, contribute...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Nicole Sampson, Xinxin Yang
Keywords(s): antibody, biomarker, diagnosis, ELISA, modified LDL, Technologies, tuberculosis
Category(s): Antibodies, Diagnostics, Campus > Stony Brook University

Hybrid Active Matrix Flat Panel Imager

A hybrid x-ray detector that absorbs incident rays directly and indirectly, and the photoconductor can sense both x-rays and optical photons Background: X-ray detectors currently commercially available consist of direct and indirect detectors. Direct detectors take x-ray inputs and are directly converted to electron hole pairs and digitized through...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Anthony Lubinsky, Wei Zhao, Adrian Howansky, James Scheuermann
Keywords(s): direct detector, indirect detector, Selenium, Technologies, x-ray detector
Category(s): Optics and Photonics, Medical Devices, Campus > Stony Brook University

Cavity-enhanced Two-dimensional Spectrometer

Inpart-Short description Background: Fundamental studies in physics and chemistry include spectroscopy of gas-phase atoms and molecules, developing essential components of quantum mechanics. Technology Overview: This invention is a method to perform passively amplified 2D spectroscopy experiments, and a frequency comb and optical cavities approach was...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Allison
Keywords(s): Cavity-enhanced spectroscopy, Technologies, trace gas detection., two-dimensional spectroscopy, ultrafast spectroscopy
Category(s): Optics and Photonics, Campus > Stony Brook University

Method of Treating Alzheimer's Disease with X-ray Minibeams

An x-ray therapy method for treating Alzheimer's disease that maintains a tissue-sparing effect allowing for higher doses Background: Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common form of dementia among the elderly and affects over five million individuals in the United States. To date, there is no definitive treatment to cure or halt the progression...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Avraham Dilmanian, Renee Cattell, Lev Bangiyev
Keywords(s): cell differentiation, computed tomography (CT) scanner, glial progenitor cells, radiation therapy, Technologies, tissue-sparing effect, x-ray microbeams
Category(s): Therapeutics, Medical Devices, Campus > Stony Brook University
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