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Novel Bio-hybrid/Bio-functional Materials

A novel method of encapsulating microbes within crosslinked electrospun hydrogel fibers that maintain their viability. Background: Electrospinning is a process where interactions between an electrostatic field and a fluid are utilized to form nanoscale and microscale polymer fibers. These fibers can be collected to form an interconnected web of fibers,...
Published: 7/6/2020   |   Inventor(s): Ying Liu, Miriam Rafailovich
Keywords(s): Medical
Category(s): Material and Composites, Campus > Stony Brook University

Nanocomposite HA-Clay Based Hydrogels

A hyaluronic acid-clay based hydrogel, with applications for cell culture scaffolds in tissue engineering. Background: An approach to tissue engineering includes mimicking the environment of tissue development _in vivo_; this includes the two components of a scaffold and a bioreactor. A scaffold is inserted into a bioreactor, which provides conditions...
Published: 7/5/2020   |   Inventor(s): Miriam Rafailovich, Divya Bhatnagar
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Category(s): Material and Composites, Campus > Stony Brook University

CASA antibacterial regenerative paste

This endodontic paste has improved antibacterial efficacy and limited cytotoxicity Background: _E.faecalis_ is the most commonly implicated microorganism in asymptomatic persistent endodontic infection. The highly complex nature of the organism coupled with its ability to survive extreme conditions of pH, high salt and prolonged nutritional deprivations...
Published: 7/5/2020   |   Inventor(s): Farzad Koosha, Miriam Rafailovich, Jerome Cymerman, Thomas Manders
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Category(s): Dental, Material and Composites, Therapeutics, Campus > Stony Brook University

Attachment of Conducting Graphene Electrode Layer to Solar Cells

Graphene oxide and an active layer of a polymer solar cell provide improved industrial production of longer-lasting, cost-effective cells Background: Renewable energy has been a topic of discussion for the past decade, especially since nonrenewable energy sources are steadily decreasing. Solar energy and windmills have been implemented in various places...
Published: 7/5/2020   |   Inventor(s): Miriam Rafailovich, Rebecca Isseroff, Andrew Chen, Sneha Chittabathini, Alexandra Tse
Keywords(s): Technology
Category(s): Clean Energy, Campus > Stony Brook University

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