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3D Printed Active Electronic Materials and Devices

Researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University have patented the 3D printing of active (semiconductor) electronic materials and devices, based on an extrusion process. The technique allows for printing of devices on flexible sheets, over large areas, in horizontal and vertical configurations, in three-...
Published: 3/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Michael Mcalpine, Yong Lin Kong
Keywords(s): 3D Printing, semiconductor
Category(s): Ceramics/Material Sciences

3-D Printed Patient-Specific Conduits for Complex Peripheral Nerve Injury

Princeton Docket # 14-3008-1Researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University have developed a patient-specific nerve conduit device for complex peripheral nerve injury regeneration.A nerve guidance channel (NGC) is a synthetic technology for guiding peripheral nerve regrowth to facilitate nerve regenerat...
Published: 10/7/2015   |   Inventor(s): Michael Mcalpine, Blake Johnson, Hai-Quan Mao, Ahmet Hoke
Keywords(s): 3D Printing, neuroscience, regenerative medicine
Category(s): Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices/Diagnostics

Creation of Multi-Functional Hybrid Devices/Structures by Three Dimensional Integration of Individual Components Using 3D Printing

Creation of Multi-functional Hybrid Devices/Structures by Three Dimensional Integration of Individual Components using 3D Printing Princeton Docket 13-2861-1 Researchers at Princeton University have developed a novel process to provide three dimensional manufacturing of object containing various functionalities including light emitting diodes, tran...
Published: 7/26/2013   |   Inventor(s): Michael Mcalpine, Manu Mannoor
Keywords(s): materials, tissue engineering, tissue repair
Category(s): Ceramics/Material Sciences, Medical Devices/Diagnostics, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

Piezoelectric Nanoribbons for Monitoring Cellular Deformation

Piezoelectric Nanoribbons for Monitoring Cellular Deformation Princeton Docket # 13-2836-1 Researchers at Princeton University have developed a new process to make high performance flexible piezoelectric devices using PbZrxTi1-xO3 (PZT) nanoribbons. These devices have outstanding biointerface features with cells and tissues. The devices can be empl...
Published: 11/16/2012   |   Inventor(s): Michael Mcalpine, Thanh Nguyen
Keywords(s): Imaging, life science research tools, medical device
Category(s): Medical Devices/Diagnostics, Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals

ELECTRONIC SENSOR FOR DETECTION OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

Princeton Docket 10-2626/2696-1 Researchers at Princeton have developed a new design of electronic sensor for the detection of pathogenic bacteria. Princeton is seeking an industrial partner to commercialize this technology.Current methods for detecting pathogenic bacteria include enzyme-linked immunoassay (ELISA), and polymerase chain...
Published: 12/1/2011   |   Inventor(s): Michael Mcalpine, Manu Mannoor
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Category(s): Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals

HIGH OUTPUT, FLEXIBLE PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES

Princeton Docket # 10-2585 Researchers at Princeton have developed a new design for highly flexible, high output piezoelectric assemblies. Princeton is seeking an industrial partner to commercialize this technology. Current and past devices have relied on low output piezoelectric compounds and mechanical...
Published: 11/29/2011   |   Inventor(s): Michael Mcalpine, Yi Qi
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Category(s): Mechanical/Electrical Engineering