Nitrogen fixing organisms
Methods of increasing bio-available nitrogen in the soil.
A method of allele-specific targeting which allows for direct treatment of underlying disease mechanisms in patients with inherited cardiomyopathies.
Stanford researchers at the Pelc Lab have developed a method to personalize radiation exposure in CT scans to the specific patient and clinical indication.
A miniaturized mammography calibration standard with particular internal architecture and composition, and associated mathematical and computational methods.
Stanford researchers have prototyped a portable device that controls many aspects of dipstick assays that are currently plagued by user error.
Stanford researchers have developed self-assembled, moldable hydrogels using dynamic and multivalent polymer-nanoparticle (PNP) interactions.
Stanford researchers have developed a low cost, portable device for small scale decentralized electrochemical production of hydrogen peroxide.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a novel system for high throughput growth and quantitative analysis of lipid content in bacteria.
A new technology to either extract valuable metal ion resources from sea water or remove hazardous ions from drinking water.
Allows for stratification of cystoscopic surveillance in order to prioritize high-risk patients for timelier cystoscopy while reducing frequency for low-risk patients.
A patented method for high-throughput quantitative analysis of small but highly specific regions of the genome.