Professor Robin Dowell has developed an algorithm that identifies an FDA-approved compound's direct transcriptional targets, saving resources that would be spent in pursuing a suboptimal therapeutic lead.
This invention gives smart USB and power cables both power connection and power conversion capabilities for complex mobile devices, reducing implementation space, decreasing costs, and improving device efficiency with less heat loss.
Collaborative robots are challenged by unknown objects, which results in damage and underutilization in settings that require handling of new parts or goods. Dr. Nikolaus Correll has developed a streamlined software and infrared proximity sensor system that can replace cameras and grippers on existing robots to increase robot safety and efficiency.
Dr. Tor Wagner's team at CU Boulder uses functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) coupled with machine learning to identify neurologic pain signatures, allowing for the consistent, objective measurement of acute and chronic pain.
Researchers in the labs of Drs. Ronggui Yang and Xiaobo Yin developed a thin film made out of glass microspheres, polymer and metals that uses passive radiative cooling to dissipate heat, even under direct sunlight, with zero energy consumption.
CU’s novel "smart lock" system, developed by inventor Aaron Park, triggers the sound of an alarm when compromised to deter thieves, alerts the owner, and sends tracking and photo content directly to the owner's phone.
An endoscopically-delivered overtube developed at Dr. Mark Rentschler’s lab enables physicians to complete difficult endoscopic procedures in outpatient settings with increased success rates and reduced costs.
Rather than consuming huge amounts of chemicals and energy to treat wastewater, Prof. Jason Ren's innovative process generates positive energy (hydrogen gas), chemicals (carbonate or liquid fuel), and reusable water.
Growers and beehive owners in the U.S. lose millions annually to beehive collapse. Hive Tech Solutions is developing an innovative system to help beekeepers, growers, state and federal agencies effectively monitor and improve the health and survival rate of honeybees—saving tens of millions of dollars in the process.