Pharmaceutical agglomerate technology: Using a linking molecule between molecules of the drug, this technology connects drug molecules into a matrix. The drug can be stored and inhaled as necessary because the drug is inactivated in the matrix formation. Once in the bloodstream, the matrix disassembles thereby releasing the drug to act upon the body. As the drug is no longer needed, the matrix reassembles, rendering the drug again inactive. The ability of the matrix to release active drug as necessary then reassemble inactive drug into the matrix allows for a steady concentration of drug dosage instead of the sudden spike of highly concentration when medicines are given intravenously or orally as a pill.
High strength composite material - This invention creates materials with super strength and high conductivity by incorporating nanotubes and nanofibers in parallel orientation. Possible resulting products could be very strong yet superconductive such as wires or stronger armor.
Biodiesel fuel production - Certain strains of single-celled photosynthesizing algae produce droplets of crude diesel (hence the name bio-diesel). Green energy companies are in the process of setting up square mile sized ponds to cultivate them. Once mature, the algae are harvested, de-watered, and lysed to release the droplets of bio-diesel. Although cost prohibitive now, new technologies such as one invented by CSU Professor Belovich, reduce the cost of producing bio-diesel.