UIC-2015-171 – Anti-FYN-FN3 affinity reagent

Traditionally, affinity reagents such as antibodies are generated using animals. Unfortunately this process is time-consuming and costly, sometimes taking months to isolate binding reagents. In addition, the animals used are not a renewable source of material and are expensive to maintain. In fact, many antibodies generated via animal methods are promiscuous, binding to more than […]

UIC-2015-170 – Anti-CDK2-FN3 affinity reagent

Traditionally, affinity reagents such as antibodies are generated using animals. Unfortunately this process is time-consuming and costly, sometimes taking months to isolate binding reagents. In addition, the animals used are not a renewable source of material and are expensive to maintain. In fact, many antibodies generated via animal methods are promiscuous, binding to more than […]

UIC-2015-169 – Anti-CDC34-FN3 affinity reagent

Traditionally, affinity reagents such as antibodies are generated using animals. Unfortunately this process is time-consuming and costly, sometimes taking months to isolate binding reagents. In addition, the animals used are not a renewable source of material and are expensive to maintain. In fact, many antibodies generated via animal methods are promiscuous, binding to more than […]

UIC-2015-150 – Anti-LYN-FN3 affinity reagent

Traditionally, affinity reagents such as antibodies are generated using animals. Unfortunately this process is time-consuming and costly, sometimes taking months to isolate binding reagents. In addition, the animals used are not a renewable source of material and are expensive to maintain. In fact, many antibodies generated via animal methods are promiscuous, binding to more than […]

UIC-2015-149 – Anti-Map2K5-FN3 affinity reagent

Traditionally, affinity reagents such as antibodies are generated using animals. Unfortunately this process is time-consuming and costly, sometimes taking months to isolate binding reagents. In addition, the animals used are not a renewable source of material and are expensive to maintain. In fact, many antibodies generated via animal methods are promiscuous, binding to more than […]

UIC-2015-148 – Anti-PAK1-FN3 affinity reagent

Traditionally, affinity reagents such as antibodies are generated using animals. Unfortunately this process is time-consuming and costly, sometimes taking months to isolate binding reagents. In addition, the animals used are not a renewable source of material and are expensive to maintain. In fact, many antibodies generated via animal methods are promiscuous, binding to more than […]

UIC-2015-147 – Anti-USP11-FN3 affinity reagent

Traditionally, affinity reagents such as antibodies are generated using animals. Unfortunately this process is time-consuming and costly, sometimes taking months to isolate binding reagents. In addition, the animals used are not a renewable source of material and are expensive to maintain. In fact, many antibodies generated via animal methods are promiscuous, binding to more than […]

UIC-2015-137 – Black Phosphorus Thin Films and Composites for Humidity Detection Applications

UIC researchers have developed a nanomaterial-based humidity sensor, made from black phosphorus nanoflakes (BP NFs), which shows a higher sensitivity and selectivity for water than other nanomaterial-based sensors reported in literature. The fabrication process of the BP NFs sensors is simple, low-cost, scalable, versatile, and quick. Using liquid exfoliation, UIC researchers can produce high-quality BP […]

UIC-2015-087 – CryptoClub Cipher Handbook

The CryptoClub Cipher Handbook is the centerpiece of the CryptoClub curriculum, which teaches cryptography and mathematics to middle-grade students. It is a student reference and workbook that is recommended for use in informal learning environments such as afterschool and enrichment programs. It introduces ciphers in a way that encourages problem solving and reasoning and provides […]

UIC-2014-160 – A novel, compact, low cost MEMS based acoustic emission sensors

The effective implementation of an acoustic emission (AE) method to detect and locate active flaws depends on the performance of the transducer selected. Conventional piezo electric ceramics cannot be physically used to design miniature low-frequency (less than 100 kHz) AE transducers. Furthermore, considering the cost of piezoelectric AE transducers, monitoring large areas with ubiquitously spaced […]