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Project Physical Conditioning App - Military Version

A mobile application for military recruits to aid in physical conditioning and minimize basic training attrition

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Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Feb 29, 2012
Project Preparation and Anticholinesterase Properties of Novel compounds for the treatment of neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's.

The present invention reports the discovery of compounds as possible treatment(s) of Alzheimer's disease and

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Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Nov 22, 2011
Project Cellulosic Biofuels Production via Immobilized Fusant Yeast

The invention will build upon and extend beyond current biofuel research efforts and address in

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Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Nov 22, 2011
Project Regional Learning Project-Native American Educational Resources

Native American educational resources in digital format for 2nd - 12th grade

Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Jul 11, 2011
Project Use of Cyanobacterium to Degrade Chitin for Biomass Production

Novel use of cyanobacterium and algae in pure culture to degrade chitin for the purposes

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Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Mar 31, 2011
Project Method of Estimating Honey Bee Population from Thermal Infrared Radiometric Images
Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Feb 28, 2011
Project Novel Carbazoles Modulators of Cannabinoid Receptors
Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Feb 26, 2011
Project An Oxine Modified Silica Polyamine Composite for the separation of Gallium from Aluminum, ferric from Nickel and Copper from Nickel

This technology utilizes silica polyamine composite materials to separate iron from nickel, copper from nickel

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Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Nov 18, 2010
Project Method to Remove Arsenic from Surface Waters Utilizing Nanoporous Silica Polyamine Composites

This technology utilizes nanoprous silica polyamine composite materials to remove arsenic from solution. 

Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Nov 18, 2010
Project Calibration-free Optical Chemical Sensors

Performs absorbance-based measurements without the need to recalibrate the sensors.

Primary: The University of Montana
Date posted: Nov 15, 2010

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Director - Joe Fanguy

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joe.fanguy@umontana.edu