• F exclusion of bacteriophage T7 

      Cheng, Xiaogang (2002)
      T 7 fails to productively infect E. coli cells containing the plasmid F, a phenomenon now referred to as F exclusion. The F protein PifA and the T7 proteins gp10 and gp1.2 are known to be responsible for exclusion. ...
    • \F&M Commencement\ 

      Leventhal, Paul (2001-06-08)
    • \F&M Conference\ 

      Leventhal, Paul (2001-01-03)
    • Fab@Home Model 2: Towards Ubiquitous Personal Fabrication Devices 

      Lipton, Jeffrey I.; Cohen, Daniel; Heinz, Michael; Lobovsky, Maxim; Parad, Warren; Bernstein, Garrett; Li, Tianyou; Quartiere, Justin; Washington, Kamaal; Umaru, Abdul-Aziz; Masanoff, Rian; Granstein, Justin; Whitney, Jordan; Lipson, Hod (University of Texas at Austin, 2009-09)
      The open-architecture, open-source Fab@Home platform has proven to be an important system within the SFF community. In order to facilitate wider spread of the Fab@Home platform and SFF throughout the world, we aimed to ...
    • Fab@Home Model 3: A More Robust, Cost Effective and Accessible Open Hardware Fabrication Platform 

      Lipton, Jeffrey; MacCurdy, Robert; Boban, Matt; Chartrain, Nick; Withers III, Lawrence; Gangjee, Natasha; Nagai, Alex; Cohen, Jeremy; Sobhani, Karina; Liu, Jimmy; Qudsi, Hana; Kaufman, Jonathan; Mitra, Sima; Garcia, Aldo; McNioll, Anthony; Lipson, Hod (University of Texas at Austin, 2011-08-17)
      Solid Freeform Fabrication is transitioning from an industrial process and research endeavor towards a ubiquitous technology in the lives of every designer and innovator. In order to speed this transition Fab@Home Model ...
    • Fab@Home: The Personal Desktop Fabricator Kit 

      Malone, Evan; Lipson, Hod (2006)
      Solid freeform fabrication has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing, perhaps even to allow consumers to customize and manufacture goods cost-effectively in their own home. At present, the florescence of the ...
    • Fables of the reconstruction: a reading of Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica 

      Stover, Timothy John (2006)
      Although critics have begun to question the politics of periodization within the study of Latin epic, Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica has remained largely neglected. With some important exceptions, criticism of his poem ...
    • Fabric development and pore-throat reduction in a mass-transport deposit in the Jubilee gas field, eastern Gulf of Mexico : consequences for the sealing capacity of MTDs 

      Cardona, Sebastian; 0000-0001-9284-8989 (2015-08)
      Mass-transport complexes (MTCs) and Mass-transport deposits (MTDs) are important stratigraphic elements in many deepwater basins. MTCs have traditionally been identified as seals but can also act as migration pathways. ...
    • Fabric supercapacitor 

      Jonathan Y. Chen; Yuxiang Huang; Yue Liu (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2019-02-05)
      Fabric supercapacitors are disclosed herein. The fabric supercapacitor can include an ion permeable separator layer having two opposed surfaces; two electrode layers disposed on the opposed surfaces of the ion permeable ...
    • Fabric wrinkle characterization and classification using modified wavelet coefficients and support-vector-machine classifiers 

      Sun, Jingjing (2012-05)
      Wrinkling caused in wearing and laundry procedures is one of the most important performance properties of a fabric. Visual examination performed by trained experts is a routine wrinkle evaluation method in textile industry, ...
    • Fabric wrinkling and pilling evaluation by stereovision and three-dimensional surface characterization 

      Yao, Ming, Ph. D. (2011-12)
      Wrinkling and pilling caused in wear and care procedures are vital performance characteristics of fabric. The advance of three-dimensional (3D) imaging techniques has made it possible to develop a convenient, reliable and ...
    • Fabricating Functionally Graded Materials by Ceramic On-Demand Extrusion with Dynamic Mixing 

      Li, Wenbin; Martin, Austin J.; Kroehler, Benjamin; Henderson, Alexander; Huang, Tieshu; Watts, Jeremy; Hilmas, Gregory E.; Leu, Ming C. (University of Texas at Austin, 2018)
      Ceramic On-Demand Extrusion (CODE) is an extrusion-based additive manufacturing process recently developed for fabricating dense, functional ceramic components. Presented in this paper is a further development of this ...
    • Fabricating large area multi-tier nanostructures 

      Sidlgata V. Sreenivasan; Ovadia Abed; Praveen Joseph; Michelle Grigas; Akhila Mallavarapu; Paras Ajay (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2018-04-10)
      Methods for fabricating and replicating self-aligned multi-tier nanoscale structures for a variety of cross-sectional geometries. These methods can utilize a single lithography step whereby the need for alignment and overlay ...
    • Fabricating large area multi-tier nanostructures 

      Sidlgata V. Sreenivasan; Ovadia Abed; Praveen Joseph; Michelle Grigas; Akhila Mallavarapu; Paras Ajay (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2018-05-15)
      Methods for fabricating and replicating self-aligned multi-tier nanoscale structures for a variety of cross-sectional geometries. These methods can utilize a single lithography step whereby the need for alignment and overlay ...
    • Fabricating large area multi-tier nanostructures 

      Sidlgata V. Sreenivasan; Ovadia Abed; Praveen Joseph; Michelle Grigas; Akhila Mallavarapu; Paras Ajay (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2018-05-15)
      Methods for fabricating and replicating self-aligned multi-tier nanoscale structures for a variety of cross-sectional geometries. These methods can utilize a single lithography step whereby the need for alignment and overlay ...
    • Fabricating Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Solid Freeform Fabrication Tools 

      Lyons, Alan M.; Mullins, John; Barahman, Mark; Erlich, Itay; Salamon, Todd (University of Texas at Austin, 2009-09)
      Superhydrophobic surfaces exhibit a range of properties such as large contact angle, low contact angle hysteresis and decreased hydrodynamic drag. These properties make superhydrophobic surfaces of fundamental and ...
    • Fabricating Zirconia Parts with Organic Support Material by the Ceramic On-Demand Extrusion Process 

      Li, Wenbin; Ghazanfari, Amir; McMillen, Devin; Scherff, Andrew; Leu, Ming C.; Hilmas, Gregory E. (University of Texas at Austin, 2017)
      Ceramic On-Demand Extrusion (CODE) is an extrusion-based additive manufacturing process recently developed for fabricating dense, functional ceramic components. This paper presents a further development of this process ...
    • Fabrication and analysis of carbon nanotube based emitters 

      Mancevski, Vladimir (2011-08)
      We have advanced the state-of-the-art for nano-fabrication of carbon nanotube (CNT) based field emission devices, and have conducted experimental and theoretical investigations to better understand the reasons for the high ...
    • Fabrication and application of a novel four-terminal hybrid organic/inorganic field-effect transistor for volatile organic compounds sensing 

      Schoefer, Sebastian Paul (2007-12-22)
      The potential application of a novel hybrid organic/inorganic volatile organic compounds sensor for commercialization and scientific research is presented. This sensor can operate both in the commonly used ‘organic thin-film ...
    • Fabrication and application of nanofiber ribbons and sheets and twisted and non-twisted nanofiber yarns 

      Zhang, Mei; Fang, Shaoli; Baughman, Ray H.; Zakhidov, Anvar A.; Atkinson, Kenneth Ross; Aliev, Ali E.; Li, Sergey; Williams, Chris (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2019-02-05)
      A nanofiber yarn that includes a plurality of nanofibers twisted into a yarn along an alignment axis. The nanofibers of the plurality of nanofibers have a ratio of nanofiber length to nanofiber circumference of at least ...