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Gregory Smith

Gregory Smith, has investigated the chemical kinetics of combustion, the atmosphere, and other gas phase processes. His work includes the development and application of optical techniques such as laser induced...

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Kostas Kalogerakis

...atmospheres. He has also worked with Gregory Faris, Ph.D. on nonlinear spectroscopy techniques to study stimulated scattering in supercritical fluids, and on biomedical and microfluidics projects. During his graduate studies...

Article March 13, 2016

The Dual Hypocretin Receptor Antagonist Almorexant is Permissive for Activation of Wake-Promoting Systems

Journal Article February 3, 2015

Emergence of terpene cyclization in Artemisia annua

Conference Paper November 1, 2014

The Dual Hypocretin Receptor Antagonist Almorexant Is Permissive for the Activation of Wake-Promoting Systems

The dual hypocretin receptor (HcrtR) antagonist almorexant (ALM) has potent hypnotic actions and is thought to promote sleep by selective disfacilitation of wake-promoting systems whereas benzodiazepine receptor agonists (BzRAs) such...

Article March 1, 2014

Microdroplet Temperature Calibration Via Thermal Dissociation of Quenched DNA Oligomers

The development of microscale analytical techniques has created an increasing demand for reliable and accurate heating at the microscale. Here, we present a novel method for calibrating the temperature of...

Article November 1, 2012

Experimental Investigation of Hydrogen Release and Ignition from Fuel Cell Powered Forklifts in Enclosed Spaces

Due to rapid growth in the use of hydrogen powered fuel cell forklifts within warehouse enclosures, Sandia National Laboratories has worked to develop scientific methods that support the creation of...

Journal Article January 1, 2012

Releases from Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicles in Tunnels

An important issue concerning the safe use of hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles is the possibility of accidents inside tunnels resulting in the release of hydrogen. To investigate the potential consequences, a...

Article January 1, 2012

The 2012 SESAME Multimedia Event Detection (MED) and Multimedia Event Recounting (MER) Systems

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence Center, AIC

Article January 1, 2011

Light Driven Formation of Adhesive Emulsion Drops to Form Lipid Bilayers

We demonstrate optical manipulation of nanoliter aqueous droplets containing surfactant or lipid molecules and immersed in an organic liquid using near infrared light. The resulting emulsion droplets are manipulated using...

Article April 1, 2010

Light-Driven Formation and Rupture of Droplet Bilayers

We demonstrate optical manipulation of nanoliter aqueous droplets containing surfactant or lipid molecules and immersed in an organic liquid using near infrared light. The resulting emulsion droplets are manipulated using...

Conference Paper June 1, 2009

Near-Infrared Fluorescent Labeling of Tissue Transglutaminase Substrates for Wound Healing Monitoring

A novel imaging strategy is developed to optically monitor the wound healing process by crosslinking near-infrared fluorescent-labeled tissue transglutaminase substrates into the wound....

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