Investigation of Inflammation Behavior of Aminoglycoside-Based Polymer Library

Investigating a polymer-based delivery of gene therapy will help understand how to treat diseases such as Parkinson's disease.

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Further Calibration and Reconfiguration of Single-Stage Gas Gun for Impact Studies

Diagnosing what creates losses within a single-stage gas gun system is vital to obtaining consistent results in further experiments.

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3D Printing of Bioinspired Damage-Tolerant Ceramic Matrix Composite

Studying 3D printing of ceramic matrix composites, or CMCs, with bioinspired architectures will promote further research in damage-tolerant CMCs.

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Using Machine Learned Forces and Energies to Improve Quantum Mechanical Simulations

Predicting atomic forces and energy densities with machine learning will improve molecular dynamics simulations and allow for faster calculations of material properties.

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Geochemically Inspired Synthesis of Mesoporous Silica

Synthesizing a nanoporous material using abundant minerals as a reagent instead of highly anthropogenic compounds will increase its sustainability.

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Investigation of a Solar Adsorption Refrigeration Unit

Designing an energy- and cost-efficient solar refrigeration system will aid the shift away from more harmful and expensive modes of refrigeration.

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Providing Comprehensive Therapy for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Using a Virtual Reality Application

Understanding how a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder reacts to a virtual environment will help develop efficient, reliable comprehensive therapy.

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Drainage Flow of a Viscous Compressible Fluid (Gas) from a Small Curved Narrow Conduit

Studying the flow of shale gas recovery from subsurface porous rocks via tortuous media helps in constructing optimal gas production scheme.

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Using 3D Printing to Develop a Placenta-on-a-Chip Model

3D printing may be an easy, high-throughput means of generating an on-a-chip platform to study placental mechanisms.

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Characterization of Trophoblast Derived Exosomes to Engineer an Immunomodulatory Macroencapsulation Device for Cell Therapies

Studying trophoblast-derived exosomes to use in biomaterial delivery systems may enable cell therapy applications for Type 1 diabetes.

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The Effects of Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Network Interphase and Properties in Buckypaper Membrane on Fracture Toughness Using Atomic Force Microscopy

Understanding the carbon nanotube interphase is crucial in discovering potential uses for the multifunctional nanomaterial, such as supercapacitors.

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Sample Preparation and Microstructure Characterization of Novel Ceramic Matrix Composites

Obtaining high fidelity micrographs for predictive models will help to analyze damage behavior and prevent macroscale failure of structures in ceramic matrix composite manufacturing.

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Optimal Task-Allocation Algorithms for Multi-Tethered (MuTheR) Robots: Traditional Versus Timing Formulation

Developing new task allocation algorithms could yield faster and more flexible models to assign objectives to robots.

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Assessing Organic Farm Nutrient Management

Assessing nutrient management under organic regulations will bring awareness to the duality of organic and sustainable practices.

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A Soft Drone for Whole Body Perching

Designing a soft drone with a full-body perching mechanism will allow for energy harvesting while resting and increase the operation time.

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Selective Adsorption of CO2 in Mg-MOF-74 Under Humid Conditions

Evaluating an efficient adsorbent for direct air capture of CO2 can reduce carbon emissions.

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Characterizing CO₂ Utilization Rates Across Different Cyanobacteria Strains under Varying Light Intensities by a Novel Mass Balance Approach

Studying how different strains of cyanobacteria remove CO₂ will help researchers understand how to best use them as molecular engineering tools.

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High Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Additively Manufactured Thin Wall Inconel 718

Studying the behavior of printed materials under cyclic stress will help develop fatigue-critical components and advance implementation.

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Monte Carlo Simulations of Dense Particle Packings: Applications to Material Self-Assembly and Batteries

Studying packing theory through Monte Carlo simulations to understand the packing of particles will improve solid-state batteries.

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Engineering Corynebacterium glutamicum for the Production of Naringenin

Using bacterial cells to generate naringenin will make it easier and more efficient to produce this incredibly promising chemical.

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Financial, Logistical, and Environmental Analysis of Reusable Water Bottle Filling and Cleaning Device for the Homeless Population in Phoenix

Predicting the impacts of a proposed water filling solution helps ensure it is financially, environmentally and logistically viable.

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Assessing Visuospatial Function Using the Shepard-Metzler Mental Rotation Task in an Online 3D Mode

Assessing visuospatial ability will help develop more effective therapeutic physical rehabilitation programs for patients with motor control impairments.

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Modeling Saffman-Taylor Instability to Guide Material Selection for Dendritic Identification Tags

Modeling the driving forces behind the formation of dendritic structures will allow for informed material selection for identification tags to prevent forgery.

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Simulating Scarcity in Virtual Reality

Exploring the viability of poverty simulations in virtual reality will help make simulations cheaper, more flexible and farther reaching.

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Statistical Analysis of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Network Properties in Low Weight Percentage Nanocomposite Materials

Studying the variance in network properties of multiwalled carbon nanotubes would assist in the safe and improved manufacturing of products.

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Chemically Recyclable Poly(Thiol-Ene) Elastomers

Investigating new, recyclable, sulfur-based materials to replace traditional plastics and rubbers will help eliminate plastic waste.

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Creative Frameworks: Leveraging Deep Learning and Data Analysis to Create Accessible Artistic Technologies

Using generative adversarial networks to create images and videos will allow users of all abilities to showcase their creativity and talent.

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An Inexpensive and Simple Optical Sensor System for Lab-Based Rapid Testing

The implementation and optimization of a LED–photodiode system will allow rapid and high-throughput detection of infectious diseases.

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Engineering of a Microbial Host for the Secretion of Biomass-Degrading Enzymes

Engineering a microbe's metabolic pathway to break down biomass will allow for the sustainable production of important industrial chemicals.

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Development of Biomimetic Nanoparticles for Highly Efficient CRISPR Delivery

Developing a novel cell membrane-enclosed nanocarrier for efficient CRISPR/Cas9 plasmid delivery will facilitate gene editing applications.

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Characterizing Postural Stability During Smartphone Use on Dynamically Unstable Environments

Studying how standing balance is affected while doing common smartphone tasks on various ground surfaces will help find means for fall prevention.

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Implementation of Mechanophores into Shape Memory Polymers to Create Self-Sensing, Self-Healing Composite Materials

Studying the thermal and mechanical properties of shape memory polymer composites across a range of mechanophore weight loading will help create self-sensing, self-healing composite materials.

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Filtering MRI Images to Improve Pharmacokinetic Modeling of GdDO3NI in Brain Tumors

Studying drug movement through the body using MRI imaging will create more personalized treatment strategies for cancer patients.

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Enhanced Control of Microbial Cometabolism of Organic Pollutants

Studying cometabolism of the groundwater contaminant trichloroethylene in the presence of other substances will help enhance the effectiveness of bioremediation approaches.

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Lesion Detection using Three-Dimensional CBCT Image Segmentation using Deep Learning

Using AI to detect lesions will prevent complex medical procedures from being needed and save lots of time and pain for patients.

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Evaluation of Shrinkage Cracking in Slab-Wall Systems

Studying the shrinkage behavior in concrete will help predict cracking in wall-slab systems.

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Assessing the Effect of Overparameterization in Quantum Neural Networks

Studying the convergence of overparameterized variational quantum algorithms will facilitate efficient means of solving chemical problems.

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Using Kinematic Analysis to Identify Loci of Improvement During Functional Motor Skill Training

Identifying which aspects of a functional motor task improve with practice will advance knowledge of motor skill learning.

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Graph-Guided Assembly and Typing of the HLA Alleles from RNA-seq Data

Accurately and efficiently typing human leukocyte antigens is essential to successful organ transplants and has potential in the field of precision medicine.

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Determining the Chemical Composition of Toner Used by ASU Photocopiers

Determining the chemical composition of toner used by ASU photocopiers to inform the development of new paper recycling processes.

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Characterization of Synaptic Electronic Devices for Brain-Inspired Computing Systems

Testing hexagonal-Boron Nitride memristors to understand their resistive-switching behavior and applications in brain-inspired computing systems.

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Radiative Sky Cooling from Visibly Transparent High-Emissivity Glass Window

A window capable of radiative cooling will reduce energy use associated with cooling as well as reduce carbon emissions and consumer costs.

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Detecting and Analyzing Physical Movements Using Machine Learning

Using acceleration and gyroscope sensors to analyze movement patterns will improve physical therapy with machine learning.

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Energy Absorption of Standard and Origami-Inspired Honeycomb Structures

Studying energy absorption properties of origami-inspired honeycomb structures could improve vehicle structures to better protect passengers and payloads.

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Efficient Adsorption of the Macronutrients with the Help of Graphene and Oxidized Derivatives

Creating efficient nanofertilizers will help counter problems associated with conventional fertilizers and increase productivity.

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Secure Tracing With Dendrite Vision: Computer Vision Methods For Matching Dendritic Identifiers Within The Supply Chain

Researching dendrite identifiers will increase security in the supply chain and create a new disruptive future for identification markers.

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Researching Reusable Water Bottle Cleaning Techniques to Provide Sustainable and Safe Access to Clean Water for the Homeless Population in the Phoenix Area

Exploring sanitization options for a widespread reusable water bottle sanitization station will increase the availability of drinking water for the homeless population in Phoenix.

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Assessment of Native Chain-Elongating Microorganisms in Aquifer Materials from a Superfund Site

Exploring the potential to stimulate native microbiota for detoxification will assist industry and government entities in future microbially driven remediation.

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Analyzing the Features and Efficacy of Classification Models for Physiological Stress Prediction

Finding the most accurate algorithms for stress prediction will allow for stronger insight into the physiological indicators of discomfort.

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Analysis of Small Cell Lung Cancer-Specific Volatile Organic Compounds in Hypoxic Conditions

Identifying biomarkers specific to lung cancer is critical for the clinical diagnosis of the disease at its earliest stage.

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Improvement of the MaRTiny: A Low-Cost Thermal Sensing Device

Studying the relationship between extreme heat and how people use public spaces will help society better respond to extreme weather changes.

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Effect of Bimodal Sensory Integration on Reactionary Impulsivity

Combining known psychophysical tasks allows a novel look into how cognitive processes such as inhibition integrate sensory information.

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Sensing Crystallinity During Non-Isothermal Melt Crystallization Processes in Semicrystalline Polymers

Developing a new characterization tool will allow for easier research in biodegradable semicrystalline polymers for sustainable packaging.

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Modeling Deviation in Bending Direction of a Soft Arm Manipulator Using Regressive Neural Networks

A model for deviation in bending direction will help create accurate controllers for soft robots, enabling their use in real-world applications.

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Expanding Injection Molding Biofabrication to Generate Complex Three-Dimensional Cell Encapsulation Geometries

Expanding injection molding biofabrication will help provide better quality of treatment for patients who need cell-based therapies.

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Analysis of Additively Manufactured Sintered Wicks for Use in Developing Heat Pipes

Additive manufacturing will allow for the pursuit of bio-inspired designs in a new class of thermal management solutions.

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3D-Printed Electroactive Hydrogel-Based Microgripper for Biomedical Applications

Investigating the closing and opening movement of soft microgrippers will help them be utilized as tools to aid in biomedical procedures.

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Covalent-Organic-Framework Polymerization and its Crystallinity

Studying the crystallinity of Covalent-Organic Frameworks under different growth parameters holds potential for water purification.

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Boosting TCR and Epitope Binding Affinity via Supervised Contrastive Loss

Boosting binding affinity leads to highly effective patient-specific responses to historically hard-to-treat ailments like cancer.

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Viability and Metabolic Function of INS-1E Cells in Synthetic PEG Hydrogels Suitable to Injection Molding Biofabrication

Developing synthetic hydrogels to enable cell encapsulation in complex geometries may improve cell therapy performance for Type 1 diabetes.

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Designing an Automated Soldering Station to Solder Copper-Ribbons onto PV Cells

Designing an automated soldering station to consistently solder tin-coated copper ribbons onto photovoltaic cells will improve manufacturing success.

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Quantifying the Trends in Wind Speed and Wind Power Potential in Arizona

Analyzing long-term wind speed trends across Arizona to find causes of these trends as well as ideal locations for wind turbines.

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Crosslinked Polyethylene (XLPE) Recycling via Foam Engineering

Understanding crosslinked polyethylene (XLPE)'s morphology, mechanical/thermal properties will help develop a novel gate-to-gate recycling method for electrical cables made of XLPE.

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Decentralized Multiagent Reinforcement Learning

Exploring a novel algorithm using distributed computing will bring speed and scalability to multiagent reinforcement learning.

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Trophoblast-On-Chip Model

Developing a 3D microfluidic culture system to mimic the human placental microenvironment will help perform transplants without suppressing the immune system.

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Movement and Quantification of E. coli in a Managed Aquifer Recharge Site

Studying E. coli transport aids in the understanding of fecal contamination exposure and informs decision-making for groundwater management.

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Creative Frameworks: Leveraging Deep Learning and Data Analysis to Create Accessible Artistic Technologies

Creative expression will be enhanced and made more accessible by using auditory analysis and simple light controls to generate performances.

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Enhanced Collaboration Through Group-Based Virtual Reality Experiences

Testing group-based virtual reality experiences will help determine how collaboration can be impacted to improve VR’s uses for productivity.

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Assistive Technology for the Visually Impaired for Navigating Cluttered Environments

Exploring inexpensive technologies for use in assistive devices can help design an all-in-one device to aid the visually impaired.

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Improving Quorum Sensing by Multi-Level Controller in Cyanobacteria Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002

Quorum sensing will enable the coordination of sustainably fed cyanobacteria in fermentation to optimize relevant process metrics.

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Unintentional Costs of Vehicle Alert Modality for Driving Hazards

Studying the effects of in-vehicle alerts on driver attention will allow for safer, more effective hazard alert implementation in vehicles.

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Effectiveness of Waist Vibrotactile Feedback for Improving Posture Balance

This study verifies the effectiveness of improving posture stability through vibrotactile biofeedback in ocean-like circumstances.

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Molten Salt Screening for Electrically Enhanced CO2 Splitting with Ceria

Exploring a process to split CO2 will help create a sustainable way to reduce its production.

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Flow Visualization of Laminar Mixed Convection in Transparent 3D-Printed Channels

Exploring flow visualization through transparent 3D-printed channels offers design freedom and a cheaper material alternative to glass.

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Characterization of Adhesive Peptide Binding Efficacy in SPAAC and Michael-Type Addition PEG Hydrogels to Support Encapsulated Pancreatic Islet Cell Viability

Characterizing a hydrogel and comparing it to alternatives can enhance islet cell encapsulation for Type I Diabetes reversal.

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Elucidating the Role of Ultraviolet Weathering and Biofilm Formation on the Adsorption of Micropollutants onto Microplastics

Advancing our understanding of how surface aging affects the interaction of microplastics with other contaminants will determine their environmental risks.

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Development of an in vitro Model for the Identification of Volatile Biomarkers of Pneumonia

Identifying biomarkers of pneumonia through the collection of volatile organic compounds will help improve clinical methods of diagnosis

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Assessment of Quali and Takayanagi Models for Evaluation of 2D Membrane Mechanical Properties

Accurate measurements of the modulus of elasticity are crucial to understanding the mechanical properties of 2D membranes.

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Fine-Tuning Pre-Trained Models to Determine Model Superiority for Enhanced Medical Image Diagnosis

Fine-tuning pre-trained models for disease detection promises to revolutionize the computer-aided diagnosis sector.

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Disaggregation of Time Series Energy Consumption Data of Residential Buildings Using Data Analytics Approaches

Revealing the component end uses in a residential building will give an inexpensive insight into smart energy usage and cost savings.

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Chemotherapeutic Drug-Conjugated Microbead Technology for Selective Binding with Methylated and Unmethylated Small DNA in the Application of Disease Detection and Biomanufacturing

Studying the interactions between chemotherapeutic drug-conjugated microbeads and small DNA fragments will help develop new technology for cancer detection.

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Autonomous Driving World Map Auto-Generation for CARLA Simulator Using OpenStreetMap

Providing real-world environments for the simulation of self-driving cars will ease the evaluation of self-driving cars in different domains.

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Optimizing the Design of Structural Joints for Use in Composite UAV Structures

Developing a testing methodology to evaluate the viability of composite joints for use in the structure of a small unmanned aerial vehicle will allow for more efficient designs.

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Multiphase 3D Printing with Shape Memory Property for Untethered Actuation

Developing materials with high tensile recovery capabilities will allow for increased durability and reliability of future materials.

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Object Detection and Tracking for a Pursuit-Evasion Scenarios

Custom object detection and object tracking for drones will help identify, track, and intercept moving targets.

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Lignocellulosic Characterization of a Sulfate-Reducing Biochemical Reactor Treating Mining-Influenced Water

Understanding how a substance is degraded in a sulfate-reducing biochemical reactor will provide new insight into the pathways by which microbial communities bioremediate mine-influenced water.

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Monocular 3D Object Detection for Traffic Analysis

Developing a monocular 3D object detection system for traffic cameras will help provide an accurate trajectory estimation for vehicles.

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Gait and Balance Comparison Between Young and Elderly Adults: Minimizing Fall Risk

Comparing data from young and older adults can give an insight into key parameters to warn about and prevent fall risk.

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Improving Fabrication of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Evaluating best techniques for solid oxide fuel cells will bring them closer to becoming a reliable clean source of energy.

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Transfecting B35 Neuroblastoma Cells with Optogenetic Protein for Micropipette Excitation

Analyzing methods to view subthreshold events in brain tissue will help advance research into neurological diseases.

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Quantification of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in a Managed Aquifer Recharge System

Sustainable water cycling may advance antibiotic resistance, so assessing more appropriate operation and management practices can better protect human health.

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Voice Command Object Localization with Spatial Audio and IoT Devices

An algorithm that uses voice command, spatial audio and connected devices could help find and navigate to lost common objects like keys.

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Investigation of Mechanical Strength of Alkali-Activated Mine Tailing

Utilizing mine tailings as potential secondary raw materials for mortars can help mine tailing industries to achieve circular economy goals.

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Effect of Fused Deposition Modeling Printing Parameters on Mechanical and Thermal Behavior of PLA/Nanodiamond Composite

Studying the impact of 3D printing parameters on behavior of PLA/Nanodiamond composite and optimizing for potential biomedical applications.

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Variable Stiffness as Control Scheme for Enhancing Active Ankle Foot Orthosis

Studying the effectiveness of various stiffness controller schemes will improve the performance of ankle orthosis devices.

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Passive Exoskeleton for Sit-To-Stand and Stand-To-Sit Transfer

Developing a passive exoskeleton to address aging-related challenges with sit-to-stand transfer will improve quality of life.

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3D Printing Ultra-High-Performance Concrete

Studying 3D printed ultra-high-performance concrete can lead to more economical and less environmentally impactful structures.

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A Decision Support System for Urban Canopy Selection

Developing an interactive web interface to determine the effectiveness of shade structures will assist urban city planners in their work.

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Near-Field Radiative Heat Transfer Between Hexagonal Boron Nitride Nanotubes

Studying near-field thermal radiation is crucial to improve local thermal management and efficiency of thermophotovoltaics.

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Fatigue Analysis of Additively Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V for Biomedical Applications: Permanent Bone Screws

Learning about the fatigue life of additively manufactured titanium will determine whether or not it is suitable for medical use.

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Development of URCHIN: An Autonomous Multi-Agent Framework for Extraterrestrial Exploration and Geological Sample Collection

Developing a robotic swarm system to traverse variable terrain offers a single design will assist in the exploration of extraplanetary bodies.

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Understanding Novel Physical Properties of One-Dimensional Disordered Hyperuniform Metamaterials

Analyzing the effects of disordered hyperuniformity will help create materials with unique physical properties for radar and security.

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Weibull Analysis of Dry CNT Network Interphase Thickness in 2D Buckypaper Membrane

Knowing the interphase thickness will give a better understanding of carbon nanotubes, an important component in spacecraft and energy systems.

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Synthesis and Characterization of PEG-Polyurethane for Biomedical Applications

Assessing the overall properties of PEG-Polyurethane will identify its possible regeneration capabilities in biomedical applications.

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Viability of Magnets and Robotics on Advanced Surgeries

Exploring the viability of magnets and robotics will help design techniques for minimally invasive surgeries.

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Analyzing Parameters Optimum for a Highly Sensitive Analyte Sensor in a Point of Care Medical Device

A highly sensitive sensor for point-of-care medical devices will help doctors significantly in real-time testing and medication of patients.

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Flexible Fractal-Inspired Metamaterial for Head Imaging at 3 Tesla MRI

A fractal-based flexible metamaterial for 3-Tesla MRI human brain imaging will increase image quality and improve the accuracy of diagnoses.

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Using Batched Rays to Enable Higher Resolution Reconstruction of Computed Tomography Images

Using batched rays can enable higher-resolution reconstruction of computed tomography, or CT, images and democratizes the need for large GPUs.

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Recycling of Plastic Waste for Additive Manufacturing

Recycling plastic waste into 3D filaments will reduce the amount of waste in the environment.

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Virtual Testing Environment for Flexible Drone Flight Simulation and Design Analysis

Simulators for foldable drones will decrease the time and effort spent on software validation and help fast-track deployment.

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Assaying the Effect of Knock-Down of Ubiquitin-Specific Proteases in Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma

Studying the knock-down of ubiquitin-specific protease genes through transduction will provide newer methods of treatment for pleural mesothelioma.

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Design of Mixed-Signal Circuit Board for RRAM (Resistive Random-Access Memory) Crossbar Testing

Exploring dot-product multiplication on memristor crossbar arrays can lead to faster, more efficient hardware implementation of machine learning.

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