Top licensing prospects from the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Power-Saving, Data-Transmitting System for Wireless Remote Sensing
A UW team has developed a low-power wireless network system well suited to smart agriculture that could provide up to 82-fold improvement in energy efficiency.
Metal Foam Additive Manufacturing with Controlled Pore Patterns
Unlike traditional manufacturing techniques, this new metal foaming technique is entirely controllable, which enables 3-D printing of metal foams with uniform pore dispersion, as well as custom pore patterns.
Wet Biofuel Compression Ignition
This compression ignition engine system allows use of hydrous biofuels with high (20-85%) water content and enables significantly higher exhaust waste heat recovery (WHR) compared to conventional WHR systems currently in development.
Silicon-Germanium Alloy-Based Quantum Dots with Increased Alloy Disorder and Enhanced Valley Splitting
Researchers from UW-Madison and the University of New South Wales have devised an important enhancement to quantum well design using SiGe alloy heterostructures.
Aerial Station Power Tether with Unipolar Current Flow
This new power tether for aerial devices like balloons or drones uses as few as one conductor, providing a ground return by capacitive coupling between the aerial device and a ground plane at a base station.
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