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Detecting and removing toxics from the environment

With their research, Darren Johnson and his lab seek to create solutions that prevent toxic waste and detect and remove contaminants from the environment. One of the biggest successes that emerged from the Johnson Lab began as a failure during a collaboration with the Haley lab. An

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MSI Physicist Rahgu Parthasarathy funded for innovative medical research.

Prof. Parthasarathy recently received support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and Research Corporation for Science Advancement for an interdisciplinary project with scientists from 2 other universities to begin “a long-term project to ‘personalize’ the microbial communities in our stomach and intestines, tailoring them to specific

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Taylor granted patent for fractal-based approach to treat eye diseases.

MSI director Richard Taylor’s research into fractal-based implants, in collaboration with Simon Brown of the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, recently was awarded a US patent for their work on fractal-designed electronic implants. https://around.uoregon.edu/content/patent-granted-uo-led-effort-fractal-based-nerve-connections

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Startup company from Johnson/Haley collaboration wins UO 2015 Impact and Innovation Award.

Startup company from Johnson/Haley collaboration wins UO 2015 Impact and Innovation Award.

SupraSensor Technologies, a startup company spun out of MSI research in the the labs of Darren Johnson and Mike Haley, in May won a UO 2015 Impact and Innovation Award recognizing outstanding entrepreneurial activity that has resulted in innovations with measurable societal or environmental impact. SupraSensor created

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