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case studies

Turning a laboratory concept into a field-ready prototype

10 December 2008

The U.S. Army had achieved the ability to detect bioagents in lab fluids -- but doing so in dispersed water samples in the field involved greater challenges.

information sheets

Filament Extension Atomizer

8 August 2016

PARC has developed the Filament Extension Atomizer (FEA) to address problems arising from difficult to spray materials. This technology is capable of spraying materials previously either difficult or impossible to spray for a wide range of applications including spray coating, particle creation, spray drying, drug delivery, or powder coatings.

technical publications

A novel hydrodynamic separation technology for algae dewatering

The 2nd International Conference on Algal Biomass, Biofuels and Bioproducts

13 June 2012

Handheld flow cytometer for monitoring bacteria in water

Optics and Photonics in Global Homeland Security VI

5 April 2010

Innovative hydrodynamic clarification as pre-treatment for RO

13th Annual Water Reuse & Desalination Research Conference

18 May 2009

High throughput membrane-less water purification

Singapore International Water Week Conference

23 June 2008

Virtual tool for 2D gel electrophoresis

16th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Analysis (HPCE 2003)

17 January 2003

 

 

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Leveraging Multiple GPUs and CPUs for Graphlet Counting in Large Networks

Filament Extension Atomizer

PARC has developed the Filament Extension Atomizer (FEA) to address problems arising from difficult to spray materials. This technology is capable of spraying materials previously either difficult or impossible to spray for a wide range of applications including spray coating, particle creation, spray drying, drug delivery, or powder coatings.

Metamaterial Devices & Applications

Metamaterials (i.e., engineered electromagnetic structures), are poised to disrupt industries, create entirely new markets, and change society. The ability to design and fabricate materials with new functionalities opens the door to a new world of possibilities ¾it is now possible to realize Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak and optical black holes, which we once thought was impossible. Beyond the realms of science fiction, metamaterials can be tailored to either augment the functionality of existing devices or create new devices with superior performances.