SIS is a copyrighted questionnaire for use in measuring and tracking progress of the physical, emotional, cognitive, and social aspects of stroke recovery in adults. Detailed instructions are provided for administration of the instrument, and a database tool is available for compiling and analyzing results. SIS-16 is a shorter, stand-alone instrument for evaluating physical aspects only.
A novel thin-film single-offset superlattice photovoltaic technology with superior performance and low fabrication cost through use of pulsed laser deposition (PLD) manufacturing methods and lower cost materials.
A three-dimensional tumor-in-dish (TID) cell-based assay kit for cancer drug screening that closely replicates actual cellular microenvironments and, therefore, can determine which compounds to move forward for in vivo testing.