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100064: Microbial Rectifiers and Uses Thereof

When grown in vitro under various conditions, Geobacteraceae bacteria produce conductive protein filaments known as microbial or pilus nanowires. These microbial nanowires show promise for applications in nanoelectronics and bio-electronics. Current methods for producing microbial nanowires are limited by an inability to produce microbial nanowires...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): Gemma Reguera, Stuart Tessmer, Joshua Veazey, Sanela LampA-Pastirk
Keywords(s): Filament, Microbial, Nanowire, Proteins Category(s): Biotechnology, Materials

100031: Microbial Fuel Cells for Efficient Bioenergy Conversion

Microbial fuel cells (MFC), or electrochemical or biological cells, are used to convert biomass material into liquid fuel and ultimately into electricity. They convert chemical energy into electrical energy through the catalytic reaction of micro-organisms. This process occurs in nature, and researchers have had difficulty effectively and efficiently...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): Gemma Reguera, Allison Speers, Jenna Young
Keywords(s): Bioelectricity, Biomass Ethanol, Bioreactor Category(s): Biotechnology, Energy