Florida State University Pursues Patent for Commercial Applications of Liquid Helium
A professor of mechanical engineering with the Florida A&M University / Florida State University College of Engineering sees potential for commercial applications of his patent-pending technique for particle separation.
Acquiring the ability to manipulate and use extremely tiny particles may have important practical applications in the delivery of medications, for example, as certain medications are most effective when inhaled.
As described in TechJournal South, the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida, operates high magnetic field facilities for research in physics, biology, bioengineering, chemistry, geochemistry, biochemistry and materials science.
A tremendous resource for scientists and engineers in Florida and throughout the nation, the laboratory is the largest and highest powered magnetic facility in the world. More information about this unique facility is available on their website.