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Single Stage, High Performance Transmission Mechanism

A researcher from Vanderbilt University has created a novel single stage transmission with a high transmission ratio that was born from the physics of a coin wobbling as it rolls on a table. This innovation offers a great advantage over existing single stage transmissions in terms of a smaller and lighter weight design, increased efficiency, and a reduction in manufacturing cost.

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Ashok Choudhury


Electrochemically Actuated Optical Modulator

Vanderbilt University researchers have developed a novel approach for creating dynamic, tunable reflective color displays using an electrochemical modulator. The technology can be implemented into devices requiring low power reflective color displays, such as smart watches and e-readers, and is adaptable for spectral control across a broad spectrum of frequencies from the visible to the far infrared. This technology provides a low power, tunable approach for modulating the optical properties of a material.

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Philip Swaney