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ID: 2021-001 An advanced artificial intelligence algorithm that performs facial features and facial actions analysis concurrently for two-factor identity verification.
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ID: 2020-021 This invention improves unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) navigation by enabling small, fixed-wing aircraft to communicate with each other about their movements.
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ID: 2019-017 A seated whole-body vibration platform that provides relief of symptoms and physical signs of distress including pain, depression, anxiety, and addiction withdrawal.
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ID: 2019-016 A rapid, portable, and economic alternative to existing measurement methods for the activity or quantity of enzymes, enzyme inhibitors, or transcription- and translation-dependent biomolecules.
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ID: 2018-057 and 2014-098 BYU has discovered monocytes in the blood that provide a direct correlation to dopamine levels in the brain.
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ID: 2018-045 A cylindrical shaft that conceals curved-links (developable) four-bar mechanisms that performs different tasks
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ID: 2018-037 This technology is based on the use of phages infecting a bacteria and, as a byproduct of phage infection, antimicrobial components are released that can kill nearby infectious pathogens
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ID: 2018-035 The Paper Lateral Flow Immunoassay (pLFI) technique improves upon the traditional LFI, commonly recognized as diagnostic blood tests or pregnancy tests, reducing the costs of materials and precision in manufacturing.
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ID: 2018-032 Developable mechanisms are devices that emerge from or conform to developable (curved) surfaces.