Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.
|Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140243995||STACKED PLANAR SHEET TISSUE ENGINEERING SCAFFOLDS WITH 3D STRUCTURAL ORDER - A three-dimensional tissue engineering scaffold device and related methods are disclosed herein. The tissue engineering scaffold includes a plurality of polymers sheets. Each polymer sheet includes a plurality of micro-scale pores defined through the polymer sheet. The polymer sheets of the tissue engineering scaffold are aligned and stacked such that some of the pores of neighboring sheets are offset along at least one axis of the pores. The offset pores create features within the tissue engineering scaffold. In some implementations, the tissue engineering scaffold device is seeded with cells. In certain implementations, the tissue engineering scaffold is either implanted into a patient or used to grow functional tissue ex vivo.||08-28-2014|
|20090078865||APPARATUS AND SYSTEMS FOR PROCESSING SAMPLES FOR ANALYSIS VIA ION MOBILITY SPECTROMETRY - The invention provides an interface assembly for delivering an ionized analyte from an ionization apparatus into an ion mobility spectrometer. This allows analysis of biological and non-biological samples, even non-volatile solids, via differential mobility spectrometry, without fragmentation of molecules. The invention also provides portable sample analysis systems that operate at ambient pressure. Systems of the invention may be used for high molecular weight species detection, for example, drinking water contaminants, pathogenic biological agents, bio-organic substances, non-biological material, peptides, proteins, oligonucleotides, polymers, bacteria, and hydrocarbons.||03-26-2009|
|20080217773||Removal of integrated circuits from packages - Packaging is substantially entirely removed from an integrated circuit die. The method allows the batch processing of several integrated circuit dies, such that packaging is removed from each die approximately simultaneously.||09-11-2008|
Patent applications by Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.