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Angelo Yializis, Richard E Ellwanger: Metal nanolaminate composite. Sigma Laboratories of Arizona, Benman & Collins, June 15, 1999: US05912069 (46 worldwide citation)

Metal-polymer nanolaminate products are fabricated from a bulk nanolaminate material composed of thousands of alternating metal and polymer layers. The nanolaminate material is produced by a prior art ultra high speed vacuum nanotechnology process that forms metal layers separated by radiation cross ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Dmitri Routkevitch, Peter Mardilovich, Alex Govyadinov, Stephanie Hooker, Stephen S Williams: Semiconductor and device nanotechnology and methods for their manufacture. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson L, September 20, 2005: US06946197 (46 worldwide citation)

Device nanotechnology based on silicon wafers and other substrates is described. Methods for preparing such devices are discussed. The teachings allow integration of current semiconductor device, sensor device and other device fabrication methods with nanotechnology. Integration of nanotubes and nan ...


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Eugenia Ribeiro de Sousa Fildago Leitao: Implant material and process for using it. IsoTis, Banner & Witcoff, November 14, 2000: US06146686 (43 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a nanotechnology process for implant surface treatment for producing an implant article. The nanotechnology process comprises subjecting a non-porous material to a mechanical or chemical surface treatment until a surface roughness with an average peak distance (Ra value) betwe ...


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Lieber Charles M, Duan Xiangfeng, Huang Yu, Agarwal Ritesh: Nanoscale coherent optical components. President And Fellows Of Harvard College, OYER Timothy J, January 29, 2004: WO/2004/010552 (43 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to nanotechnology and nanoelectronics as well as associated methods and devices. In particular, the invention relates to nanoscale optical components such as electroluminescence devices (e.g., LEDs), amplified stimulatedemission devices (e.g., lasers), waveguides, an ...


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Charles R Cantor, Christof M Niemeyer, Cassandra L Smith, Takeshi Sano, Donald J Hnatowich, Mary Rusckowski: Self-assembling multimeric nucleic acid constructs. Trustees of Boston University, James Remenick, Baker & Botts L, October 1, 1996: US05561043 (41 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to constructs and compositions containing multimeric forms of nucleic acid. Multimeric nucleic acids comprise single-stranded nucleic acids attached via biotin to streptavidin and bound with a functional group. These constructs can be utilized in vivo to treat or identify d ...


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Richard J Melker, Ronald L Hayes, Ka Wang Kevin Wang, Donn Michael Dennis: Application of nanotechnology and sensor technologies for ex-vivo diagnostics. University of Florida Research Foundation, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, May 30, 2006: US07052854 (40 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for the ex vivo diagnostic analysis of samples of bodily fluids, including exhaled breath and blood. The present invention uses nanostructure-based assemblies in combination with sensor technology to provide an efficient and accurate means for identifying the presence of a target ...


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Leitao Eugenia Ribeiro de Sous, de Bruijn Joost Dick, Wen Hai Bo, de Groot Klaas: Device for incorporation and release of biologically active agents. Matrix Medical, November 12, 1997: EP0806212-A1 (40 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an implantable device coated with a layer of calcium phosphate and optionally one or more biologically active substances such as growth factors, lipis, (lipo)polysaccharides, hormones, proteins, antibiotics or cytostatics. The device can be obtained by a nanotechnology process ...


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Adam E Cohen: Near-field photolithographic masks and photolithography; nanoscale patterning techniques; apparatus and method therefor. Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, February 2, 1999: US05865978 (37 worldwide citation)

A new field of technology, near-field photolithography, is proposed. In near-field photolithography, an opaque pattern having a nanoscale resolution is made using a modified scanning tunneling microscope to deposit the opaque material on an electrically conductive material. A transparent sheet of in ...


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Alex Nugent: Physical neural network design incorporating nanotechnology. Knowm Tech, Kermit D Lopez, Luis M Ortiz, Ortiz & Lopez PLLC, May 3, 2005: US06889216 (35 worldwide citation)

A physical neural network based on nanotechnology, including methods thereof. Such a physical neural network generally includes one or more neuron-like nodes, which are formed from a plurality of interconnected nanoconnections formed from nanoconductors. Each neuron-like node sums one or more input ...


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Alex Nugent: Utilized nanotechnology apparatus using a neutral network, a solution and a connection gap. Knowm Tech, Kermit D Lopez, Luis M Ortiz, Ortiz & Lopez PLLC, May 2, 2006: US07039619 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for maintaining components in neural network formed utilizing nanotechnology is described herein. A connection gap can be formed between two terminals. A solution comprising a melting point at approximately room temperature can be provided, wherein the solution is maintained in the conn ...



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