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Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 219 / Tuesday, November 14, 2006 / Notices that should be addressed in the EIS. The public scoping open house will be held on December 5, 2006, from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Wilson Center of the Florida Community College at Jacksonville, South Campus, 11901 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL. Mr. Will Sloger, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast, 2155 Eagle Drive, North Charleston, SC 29406; telephone 843–820–5797; facsimile 843–820–5848. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: The purpose of the proposed action is to ensure effective support of Fleet operational requirements through efficient use of waterfront and shoreside facilities at NAVSTA Mayport. The EIS will evaluate the environmental effects associated with: Water resources; air quality; biological resources, including threatened and endangered species; land use; socioeconomic resources; infrastructure; and cultural resources. The analysis will include an evaluation of direct and indirect impacts, and will account for cumulative impacts from other relevant activities in the Mayport area. The Navy will analyze alternatives that include cruisers, destroyers, frigates, amphibious assault ships, amphibious transport docks, dock landing ships, and/or a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. No decision will be made to implement any alternative until the EIS process is completed and a Record of Decision is signed by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment). The Navy is initiating the scoping process to identify community concerns and local issues to be addressed in the EIS. Federal agencies, State agencies, local agencies, and interested persons are encouraged to provide written comments to the Navy to identify specific issues or topics of environmental concern that should be addressed in the EIS. Written comments must be postmarked by December 29, 2006 and should be mailed to: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast, 2155 Eagle Drive, North Charleston, SC 29406, Attn: Code EV21 (Mr. Will Sloger), telephone 843–820– 5797, facsimile 843–820–5848. sroberts on PROD1PC70 with NOTICES SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Dated: November 1, 2006. M.A. Harvison, Lieutenant Commander, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, U.S. Navy, Federal Register Liaison Officer. [FR Doc. E6–19163 Filed 11–13–06; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3810–FF–P VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:07 Nov 13, 2006 Jkt 211001 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Department of the Navy Notice of Availability of Invention for Licensing; Government-Owned Invention Department of the Navy, DOD. Notice. AGENCY: ACTION: SUMMARY: The inventions listed below are assigned to the United States Government as represented by the Secretary of the Navy and are available for licensing by the Department of the Navy. Navy Case No. 83,562: Making it Possible to Use a Human Similarity Measure in a Face Recognition System.//Navy Case No. 83,817: Fiber FTIR in the Mid-Wave-IR and LongWave-IR Spectral Region.//Navy Case No. 84,353: Ultrathin, Conformal Polymer Coatings as Separators at Nanostructured Metal Oxides Used for Energy Storage.//Navy Case No. 84,425: Smoke Detector System Alarm Activation Via 85 Decibel Acoustic Horn from any Detector Location.//Navy Case No. 84,558: Method and Apparatus for Passive Acoustic Ranging in Shallow Water.//Navy Case No. 84,812: Tri-Axial Hybrid Vibration Isolator.//Navy Case No. 84,925: Carbon Nanoarchitectures with Ultrathin, Conformal Polymer Coatings for Electrochemical Capacitors.//Navy Case No. 95,807: CMOS Analog-to-Digital Converter with Arbel Channel.//Navy Case No. 95,924: Detector of Slow-Moving Targets in High-Resolution Sea.//Navy Case No. 95,959: Hybrid Cat’s Eye Modulating Retro-Reflector with Coarse Pointing Element.//Navy Case No. 95,978: 3–D SAR Sub-Pixel Resolution.//Navy Case No. 95,988: TiO2 Aerogel-Based Photoboltaic Electrodes and Solar Cells.//Navy Case No. 96,014: Controller for Event-Based Statistical Covert Channels.//Navy Case No. 96,139: CNTBased Nanocomposite for Hydrogen Storage and Fuel Cell Applications.// Navy Case No. 96,148: Gas Filled Hollow Core Chalcogenide Photonic Bandgap Fiber Raman Device and Method.//Navy Case No. 96,182: All Electronic Isolator Using Negative Refractive Fixed Heterostructure BiCrystal or Ferroelectric Heterostructure Bi-Crystal or Ferroelectric Heterostructure Bi-Crystal.//Navy Case No. 96,194: IR Supercontinuum Source.//Navy Case No. 96,231: Doppler-Sensitive Adaptive Coherence Estimate Detector.//Navy Case No. 96,301: Scale Adaptive Filtering.//Navy Case No. 96,318: Wafer Bonded High Voltage Power Switch.//Navy Case No. 96,353: Dual Large Area Plasma PO 00000 Frm 00014 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 66315 Processing System.//Navy Case No. 96,365: One-Dimensional Iris Signature for Iris Identification.//Navy Case No. 96,406: Laser Filament Imager.//Navy Case No. 96,499: Thermally Reflective Encapsulated Phase Change Pigment.// Navy Case No. 96,578: Method of Fabrication MgB2 Superconductors by Hot Rolling.//Navy Case No. 96,583: Secure Agent Software Development System.//Navy Case No. 96,585: Magnetically Directed Self-Assembly of Molecular Electronic Junctions.//Navy Case No. 96,612: Silicon Nitride Passivation with Ammonia Plasma Pretreatment for Improving Reliability of A1GaN/GaN HEMTs.//Navy Case No. 96,613: A Conducting Polymer Switch for Proteins—Control of Protein Activity Using Doped and Dedoped States of Highly Conducting Hydroxylated Poly (3,4 Ethylenedioxythiophene).//Navy Case No. 96,628: Method of Controlling Quantum Dot Photoluminescence and Other Intrinsic Properties Through Biological Specificity.//Navy Case No. 96,629: Multistatic Radar Adaptive Pulse Compressor.//Navy Case No. 96,691: Method and Apparatus for Generating Power from Voltage Gradients at Sediment-Water Interfaces Using Active Transport of Sediment Porewater.//Navy Case No. 96,695: Pattern Assessment Methodology Using Spatial Analysis.//Navy Case No. 96,740: Metal Vapor Vacuum Arc (MeVVa) Eight-Element Pulsed Ion Source.//Navy Case No. 96,769: Securerun, an XML Based Scripting Framework For Interactive, SemiAutomated, Automated, and Distributed Applications.//Navy Case No. 96,775: Magnesium Aluminate Transparent Ceramic Having Low Scattering and Absorption Loss.//Navy Case No. 96,776: Optical Fiber Clad-Protective Terminations.//Navy Case No. 96,826: Novel Biodegradable Biofouling Control Coating and Method of Formulator.// Navy Case No. 96,834: Impact Tensile Test Machine.//Navy Case No. 96,837: Low Loss VIS–IR (0.5–5.0um) Transmitting Ceramic Alon—Glass Composite Windows and Domes.//Navy Case No. 96,839: Low Loss VIS–IR (0.5– 5.0 um) Transmitting Glass—Ceramic Spinel Composite Windows and Domes.//Navy Case No. 96,866: Composition and Method for Making a Solvent Free, Self Polishing PolyUrethane Matrix for Use in Solvent Free Antifoulings with Much Enhanced Mechanical Properties and Expected Life Term.//Navy Case No. 96,921: LiF Coated Magnesium Aluminate.//Navy Case No. 96,928: Narrow Band Notch Filter with Multiple Signal Path.//Navy Case No. 96,943: Optical Interrogation of E:\FR\FM\14NON1.SGM 14NON1 sroberts on PROD1PC70 with NOTICES 66316 Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 219 / Tuesday, November 14, 2006 / Notices Micro-Mechanical Sensors Using Microcavity Interferometry.//Navy Case No. 97,019: Electrospray Coating of Aerosols On-the-Fly for Fluorescent Labeling and Identification.//Navy Case No. 97,081: Poly-En-Urea, A Novel Solvent Free Weatherable Coating.// Navy Case No. 97,123: Reaction of Inorganic-Organic Linear Hybrid with Metal Salts and Metal Complexes Producing the Metallic Adduct of the Acetylenic Unit and Thermoset Formation Thereof.//Navy Case No. 97,124: Ceramic Compositions Formulated from Thermal Conversion of Thermosets Produced from InorganicOrganic Linear Hybrid with Metal Salts and Metal Complexes of the Acetylenic Units.//Navy Case No. 97,197: Microarray-Based Detection and Molecular Characterization of Human Pathogenic Vibrio SPP.//Navy Case No. 97,200: Composite Battery Electrodes for High Rate Applications and Rapid Recharging.//Navy Case No. 97,294: Method of Transferring a Ultra-Thin Layer of Crystalline Material with High Crystalline Quality (#1).//Navy Case No. 97,295: Method of Transferring a UltraThin Layer of Crystalline Material with High Crystalline Quality (#2).//Navy Case No. 97,316: A General Method for Stacking Thermal Actuators.//Navy Case No. 97,318: Non-Conductive Magnetic and Semiconductor Tunable Composite Negative Refractive Index Composite.// Navy Case No. 97,333: Radar Pulse Repetition Interval (PRI) Tracking Algorithm, or Radar Radio Frequency (RF) Tracking Algorithm.//Navy Case No. 97,413: Multi-Channel Carrier Suppression and Extraction Technique.//Navy Case No. 97,444: Volume Sensor: Data Fusion-Based, Multi-Sensor System for Advanced Damage Control.//Navy Case No. 97,454: Interferometer Based Chromatic Dispersion Monitor.//Navy Case No. 97,461: Novel Biodegradable Biofouling Control Coating and Method of Formulator.//Navy Case No. 97,486: Processing Semantic Markups in Web Ontology Language (OWL) with an Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) Registry.//Navy Case No. 97,493: A Novel Method for the Bottom-Seeded Growth of Potassium Lead Chloride Crystals from Polycrystalline Seeds.//Navy Case No. 97,494: Compression Assembly of Spatial Heterodyne Spectrometer (SHS).//Navy Case No. 97,497: Thioacetate De-protection Method Using Catalytic Quaternary Ammonia Cyanide in Combination with a Protic Solvent.// Navy Case No. 97,498: Incorporation of 18 Oxygen into Peptide Mixtures for Differential Protein Expression Analysis VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:07 Nov 13, 2006 Jkt 211001 by Mass Spectrometry.//Navy Case No. 97,499: Fiber Microstructure for Coupling a Plurality of Single Mode Fibers Onto One or More, High Bandwidth Photo-Detector(s) for Communications, Sensor, or Signal Processing Applications.//Navy Case No. 97,522: Long Range Active Thermal Imaging Using a Microwave or Millimeter-Wave Beam.//Navy Case No. 97,527: Controlled Actuated Membranes and Method of Making Same.//Navy Case No. 97,581: System and Method for Estimating Ocean Height and Current on a Personal Computer with Hurricane Module.//Navy Case No. 97,613: Passaged Neural Stem Cell-Derived Neuronal Networks as Sensing Elements for Detection of Environmental Threats.//Navy Case No. 97,614: Weighted, Summing Photonic Digital-toAnalog Conversion.//Navy Case No. 97,625: Thermoset Material Made From Siloxane-Acetylene Polymer Containing Metal-Acetylene.//Navy Case No. 97,661: Method and Apparatus for Three Dimensional Blending (TDB).// Navy Case No. 97,662: Integrally Gated Carbon Nanotube Field Ionizer Device and Method of Manufacture Therfor.// Navy Case No. 97,693: Technique for Detecting Damage-Induced Nonlinearities in Structures in the Absence of Baseline Data.//Navy Case No. 97,698: A Method and Apparatus for Attaching a Fluid Cell to a Planar Substrate.//Navy Case No. 97,705: TriAxial Hybrid Vibration Isolator.//Navy Case No. 97,713: Coating of Polymeric Fibers with Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Polymers for Environmental and Oxidative Protection.//Navy Case NO. 97,717: Remote Laser Assisted Biological Aerosol Standoff Detection in Atmosphere.//Navy Case No. 97,718: Multi-Core Optical Fiber Design for Distributed Sensing of Twist and Bend by Internal Strain Measurements.//Navy Case No. 97,725: Technique for Transformation of Universal Transverse Mercator Projected Raster Images into a Geodetic Projection.//Navy Case No. 97,727: System and Method for Analysis of Partial Iris Recognition.//Navy Case No. 97,738: Mosaic, Suppression of Edge Delamination Through Meso-Scale Structuring.//Navy Case No. 97,740: Advance Metoc Broker.//Navy Case No. 97,741: Iris Pattern Extraction Using Bit Planes and Standard Deviations.//Navy Case No. 97,745: Algorithm and System for Retrieving Ionospheric Parameters from Disk-Viewing Ultraviolet Airglow Data.//Navy Case No. 97,789: Crystalline III–V Nitride Films on Refractory Metal Substrates for High-Power Device Application.//Navy Case No. 97,792: Vacuum Wave Maker System.//Navy PO 00000 Frm 00015 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Case No. 97,793: Tactical Pocket Knife with Prying Protrusion, Boot-Shaped Lock, and Rotating Clip.//Navy Case No. 97,886: Adding Semantic Support to Existing UDDI Infrastructure.//Navy Case No. 97,893: Use of SiGe HBT to Moderate Light Through its Carrier Plasma.//Navy Case No. 97,911: Self Decontaminating Surfaces.//Navy Case No. 97,922: SOFC Cathode Containing Lanthanum Nickelate (La2Ni04+d).// Navy Case No. 97,925: Advanced Metoc Broker.//Navy Case No. 97,949: Feature Selection and Pattern Recognition Methods for Toxic Industrial Chemical and Fire Detection Using Cermet Sensors.//Navy Case No. 98,043: Secure Middleware.//Navy Case No. 98,052: Trifluoromethylcarbinol Terminated Alkanethiols.//Navy Case No. 98,059: A Configuration that Combines a ContraRotating Pair of Single-Blade Wing/ Rotors and a Tilting Canard Wing/ Propeller Unit into a Stop-Rotor Converting Rotor-Wings/Fixed-Wings Hybrid Micro-Air Vehicle with Full 3Axis Control in all Modes of Flight.// Navy Case No. 98,063: Active-Twist Airfoil System.//Navy Case No. 98,070: IR Fiber Parametric Amplifier and Source.//Navy Case No. 98,071: Poled IR Fiber Parametric Amplifier and Source.//Navy Case No. 98,079: Functional Polymers Via Surface Modifying Agents, and Method for Polymeric Surface Modification.//Navy Case No. 98,082: Automated Discovery, Binding, and Integration of NonRegistered Geospatial Web Services.// Navy Case No. 98,094: Novel, Single Domain Antibody Libraries to Provide Heat Stable, High Affinity, Recombinant Recognition Elements.//Navy Case No. 98,095: Multi-Sensor Display System.// Navy Case No. 98,096: Manual FACS Coding Tool.//Navy Case No. 98,117: Polymerizable Sulfonate Ionic Liquids and Liquid Polymers Therefrom.//Navy Case No. 98,168: Infrared Transfer of Functionalized Nanoparticles.//Navy Case No. 98,185: Materials and Structures Thereof Useful as Electrocatalysts.//Navy Case No. 98,212: Applications of the Binding Interaction of Proanthocyanidins with Bacteria and Bacterial Components.//Navy Case No. 98,214: Calibrated Impact Hammer.// Navy Case No. 98,254: Optically Clear Monolith with Embedded Molecularly Imprinted Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas (PMOs) as Selective Sorbents, Pre-Concentrators, and/or as Recognition Elements for Optical Sensors.//Navy Case No. 98,258: Self Calibration Devices for Chemical and Bio Analyte Trace Detectors.//Navy Case No. 98,286: An Ensemble Approach to Robust Classifier Fusion.//Navy Case E:\FR\FM\14NON1.SGM 14NON1 Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 219 / Tuesday, November 14, 2006 / Notices No. 98,287: Electroless Deposition of Nanoscale Manganese Oxide on Ultraporous Carbon Nanoarchitectures for Electrochemical Capacitor Applications.//Navy Case No. 98,288: Graphical Representation of Facial Movements, Body Movements and Speech Over Time.//Navy Case No. 98,316: Mobile Self-Spreading Biocides.//Navy Case No. 98,325: Design and Selection of Genetic Targets for Sequence Resolved Organism and Identification.//Navy Case No. 98,346: Method of Making a Nanostructured Electrode.//Navy Case No. 98,347: Catalyst Nanoparticle.//Navy Case No. 98,387: Secure Digital Communications Using Chaotic Signals: An AttractorBased Approach.//Navy Case No. 98,404: High Performance Chirped Electrode Design for Cat’s Eye RetroReflector Modulators and any continuations, continuations-in-part divisionals or re-issues thereof. ADDRESSES: Requests for copies of the inventions cited should be directed to the Naval Research Laboratory, Code 1004, 4555 Overlook Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20375–5320, and must include the Navy Case number. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Head, Technology Transfer Office, NRL Code 1004, 4555 Overlook Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20375–5320, telephone (202) 767–7230. Due to temporary U.S. Postal Service delays, please fax (202) 404–7920, e-mail: techtran@utopia.nrl.navy.mil or use courier delivery to expedite response. and cost-effective operations. The Board will be focusing primarily on the University’s Expeditionary Warfare School. All sessions of the meeting will be open to the public. DATES: The meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 29, 2006, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Thursday, November 30, 2006, from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ADDRESSES: The meeting will be held at the Expeditionary Warfare School Director’s Conference Room. The address is: Expeditionary Warfare School, 2077 Geiger Road, Quantico, Virginia 22134. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mary Lanzillotta, Executive Secretary, Marine Corps University Board of Visitors, 2076 South Street, Quantico, Virginia 22134, telephone number 703– 784–4037. (Authority: 35 U.S.C. 207, 37 CFR Part 404) Dated: November 7, 2006. M.A. Harvison, Lieutenant Commander, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, U.S. Navy, Federal Register Liaison Officer. [FR Doc. E6–19155 Filed 11–13–06; 8:45 am] Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 84.374A. Applications Available: November 14, 2006. Deadline for Notice of Intent to Apply: December 29, 2006. Deadline for Transmittal of Applications: February 12, 2007. Deadline for Intergovernmental Review: April 13, 2007. Eligible Applicants: Local educational agencies (LEAs), including charter schools that are LEAs in their State; State educational agencies (SEAs); or partnerships of (a) an LEA, an SEA, or both, and (b) at least one non-profit organization. Estimated Available Funds: $43,000,000. Contingent upon the availability of funds and the receipt of a sufficient number of high-quality applications, we may make additional awards, using FY 2007 funds, from the rank-ordered list of unfunded applications from this competition. Estimated Range of Awards: $100,000—$10,000,000. Estimated Average Size of Awards: $3,500,000. BILLING CODE 3810–FF–P DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Department of the Navy Meeting of the Board of Visitors of Marine Corps University Department of the Navy, DoD. Notice of open meeting. 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Notice of Availability of Invention for Licensing; Government-
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SUMMARY: The inventions listed below are assigned to the United States 
Government as represented by the Secretary of the Navy and are 
available for licensing by the Department of the Navy. Navy Case No. 
83,562: Making it Possible to Use a Human Similarity Measure in a Face 
Recognition System.//Navy Case No. 83,817: Fiber FTIR in the Mid-Wave-
IR and Long-Wave-IR Spectral Region.//Navy Case No. 84,353: Ultrathin, 
Conformal Polymer Coatings as Separators at Nanostructured Metal Oxides 
Used for Energy Storage.//Navy Case No. 84,425: Smoke Detector System 
Alarm Activation Via 85 Decibel Acoustic Horn from any Detector 
Location.//Navy Case No. 84,558: Method and Apparatus for Passive 
Acoustic Ranging in Shallow Water.//Navy Case No. 84,812: Tri-Axial 
Hybrid Vibration Isolator.//Navy Case No. 84,925: Carbon 
Nanoarchitectures with Ultrathin, Conformal Polymer Coatings for 
Electrochemical Capacitors.//Navy Case No. 95,807: CMOS Analog-to-
Digital Converter with Arbel Channel.//Navy Case No. 95,924: Detector 
of Slow-Moving Targets in High-Resolution Sea.//Navy Case No. 95,959: 
Hybrid Cat's Eye Modulating Retro-Reflector with Coarse Pointing 
Element.//Navy Case No. 95,978: 3-D SAR Sub-Pixel Resolution.//Navy 
Case No. 95,988: TiO2 Aerogel-Based Photoboltaic Electrodes and Solar 
Cells.//Navy Case No. 96,014: Controller for Event-Based Statistical 
Covert Channels.//Navy Case No. 96,139: CNT-Based Nanocomposite for 
Hydrogen Storage and Fuel Cell Applications.//Navy Case No. 96,148: Gas 
Filled Hollow Core Chalcogenide Photonic Bandgap Fiber Raman Device and 
Method.//Navy Case No. 96,182: All Electronic Isolator Using Negative 
Refractive Fixed Heterostructure Bi-Crystal or Ferroelectric 
Heterostructure Bi-Crystal or Ferroelectric Heterostructure Bi-
Crystal.//Navy Case No. 96,194: IR Supercontinuum Source.//Navy Case 
No. 96,231: Doppler-Sensitive Adaptive Coherence Estimate Detector.//
Navy Case No. 96,301: Scale Adaptive Filtering.//Navy Case No. 96,318: 
Wafer Bonded High Voltage Power Switch.//Navy Case No. 96,353: Dual 
Large Area Plasma Processing System.//Navy Case No. 96,365: One-
Dimensional Iris Signature for Iris Identification.//Navy Case No. 
96,406: Laser Filament Imager.//Navy Case No. 96,499: Thermally 
Reflective Encapsulated Phase Change Pigment.//Navy Case No. 96,578: 
Method of Fabrication MgB2 Superconductors by Hot Rolling.//Navy Case 
No. 96,583: Secure Agent Software Development System.//Navy Case No. 
96,585: Magnetically Directed Self-Assembly of Molecular Electronic 
Junctions.//Navy Case No. 96,612: Silicon Nitride Passivation with 
Ammonia Plasma Pretreatment for Improving Reliability of A1GaN/GaN 
HEMTs.//Navy Case No. 96,613: A Conducting Polymer Switch for 
Proteins--Control of Protein Activity Using Doped and Dedoped States of 
Highly Conducting Hydroxylated Poly (3,4 Ethylenedioxythiophene).//Navy 
Case No. 96,628: Method of Controlling Quantum Dot Photoluminescence 
and Other Intrinsic Properties Through Biological Specificity.//Navy 
Case No. 96,629: Multistatic Radar Adaptive Pulse Compressor.//Navy 
Case No. 96,691: Method and Apparatus for Generating Power from Voltage 
Gradients at Sediment-Water Interfaces Using Active Transport of 
Sediment Porewater.//Navy Case No. 96,695: Pattern Assessment 
Methodology Using Spatial Analysis.//Navy Case No. 96,740: Metal Vapor 
Vacuum Arc (MeVVa) Eight-Element Pulsed Ion Source.//Navy Case No. 
96,769: Securerun, an XML Based Scripting Framework For Interactive, 
Semi-Automated, Automated, and Distributed Applications.//Navy Case No. 
96,775: Magnesium Aluminate Transparent Ceramic Having Low Scattering 
and Absorption Loss.//Navy Case No. 96,776: Optical Fiber Clad-
Protective Terminations.//Navy Case No. 96,826: Novel Biodegradable 
Biofouling Control Coating and Method of Formulator.//Navy Case No. 
96,834: Impact Tensile Test Machine.//Navy Case No. 96,837: Low Loss 
VIS-IR (0.5-5.0um) Transmitting Ceramic Alon--Glass Composite Windows 
and Domes.//Navy Case No. 96,839: Low Loss VIS-IR (0.5-5.0 um) 
Transmitting Glass--Ceramic Spinel Composite Windows and Domes.//Navy 
Case No. 96,866: Composition and Method for Making a Solvent Free, Self 
Polishing Poly-Urethane Matrix for Use in Solvent Free Antifoulings 
with Much Enhanced Mechanical Properties and Expected Life Term.//Navy 
Case No. 96,921: LiF Coated Magnesium Aluminate.//Navy Case No. 96,928: 
Narrow Band Notch Filter with Multiple Signal Path.//Navy Case No. 
96,943: Optical Interrogation of

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Micro-Mechanical Sensors Using Microcavity Interferometry.//Navy Case 
No. 97,019: Electrospray Coating of Aerosols On-the-Fly for Fluorescent 
Labeling and Identification.//Navy Case No. 97,081: Poly-En-Urea, A 
Novel Solvent Free Weatherable Coating.//Navy Case No. 97,123: Reaction 
of Inorganic-Organic Linear Hybrid with Metal Salts and Metal Complexes 
Producing the Metallic Adduct of the Acetylenic Unit and Thermoset 
Formation Thereof.//Navy Case No. 97,124: Ceramic Compositions 
Formulated from Thermal Conversion of Thermosets Produced from 
Inorganic-Organic Linear Hybrid with Metal Salts and Metal Complexes of 
the Acetylenic Units.//Navy Case No. 97,197: Microarray-Based Detection 
and Molecular Characterization of Human Pathogenic Vibrio SPP.//Navy 
Case No. 97,200: Composite Battery Electrodes for High Rate 
Applications and Rapid Recharging.//Navy Case No. 97,294: Method of 
Transferring a Ultra-Thin Layer of Crystalline Material with High 
Crystalline Quality (1).//Navy Case No. 97,295: Method of 
Transferring a Ultra-Thin Layer of Crystalline Material with High 
Crystalline Quality (2).//Navy Case No. 97,316: A General 
Method for Stacking Thermal Actuators.//Navy Case No. 97,318: Non-
Conductive Magnetic and Semiconductor Tunable Composite Negative 
Refractive Index Composite.//Navy Case No. 97,333: Radar Pulse 
Repetition Interval (PRI) Tracking Algorithm, or Radar Radio Frequency 
(RF) Tracking Algorithm.//Navy Case No. 97,413: Multi-Channel Carrier 
Suppression and Extraction Technique.//Navy Case No. 97,444: Volume 
Sensor: Data Fusion-Based, Multi-Sensor System for Advanced Damage 
Control.//Navy Case No. 97,454: Interferometer Based Chromatic 
Dispersion Monitor.//Navy Case No. 97,461: Novel Biodegradable 
Biofouling Control Coating and Method of Formulator.//Navy Case No. 
97,486: Processing Semantic Markups in Web Ontology Language (OWL) with 
an Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) Registry.//
Navy Case No. 97,493: A Novel Method for the Bottom-Seeded Growth of 
Potassium Lead Chloride Crystals from Polycrystalline Seeds.//Navy Case 
No. 97,494: Compression Assembly of Spatial Heterodyne Spectrometer 
(SHS).//Navy Case No. 97,497: Thioacetate De-protection Method Using 
Catalytic Quaternary Ammonia Cyanide in Combination with a Protic 
Solvent.//Navy Case No. 97,498: Incorporation of 18 Oxygen into Peptide 
Mixtures for Differential Protein Expression Analysis by Mass 
Spectrometry.//Navy Case No. 97,499: Fiber Microstructure for Coupling 
a Plurality of Single Mode Fibers Onto One or More, High Bandwidth 
Photo-Detector(s) for Communications, Sensor, or Signal Processing 
Applications.//Navy Case No. 97,522: Long Range Active Thermal Imaging 
Using a Microwave or Millimeter-Wave Beam.//Navy Case No. 97,527: 
Controlled Actuated Membranes and Method of Making Same.//Navy Case No. 
97,581: System and Method for Estimating Ocean Height and Current on a 
Personal Computer with Hurricane Module.//Navy Case No. 97,613: 
Passaged Neural Stem Cell-Derived Neuronal Networks as Sensing Elements 
for Detection of Environmental Threats.//Navy Case No. 97,614: 
Weighted, Summing Photonic Digital-to-Analog Conversion.//Navy Case No. 
97,625: Thermoset Material Made From Siloxane-Acetylene Polymer 
Containing Metal-Acetylene.//Navy Case No. 97,661: Method and Apparatus 
for Three Dimensional Blending (TDB).//Navy Case No. 97,662: Integrally 
Gated Carbon Nanotube Field Ionizer Device and Method of Manufacture 
Therfor.//Navy Case No. 97,693: Technique for Detecting Damage-Induced 
Nonlinearities in Structures in the Absence of Baseline Data.//Navy 
Case No. 97,698: A Method and Apparatus for Attaching a Fluid Cell to a 
Planar Substrate.//Navy Case No. 97,705: Tri-Axial Hybrid Vibration 
Isolator.//Navy Case No. 97,713: Coating of Polymeric Fibers with 
Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Polymers for Environmental and Oxidative 
Protection.//Navy Case NO. 97,717: Remote Laser Assisted Biological 
Aerosol Standoff Detection in Atmosphere.//Navy Case No. 97,718: Multi-
Core Optical Fiber Design for Distributed Sensing of Twist and Bend by 
Internal Strain Measurements.//Navy Case No. 97,725: Technique for 
Transformation of Universal Transverse Mercator Projected Raster Images 
into a Geodetic Projection.//Navy Case No. 97,727: System and Method 
for Analysis of Partial Iris Recognition.//Navy Case No. 97,738: 
Mosaic, Suppression of Edge Delamination Through Meso-Scale 
Structuring.//Navy Case No. 97,740: Advance Metoc Broker.//Navy Case 
No. 97,741: Iris Pattern Extraction Using Bit Planes and Standard 
Deviations.//Navy Case No. 97,745: Algorithm and System for Retrieving 
Ionospheric Parameters from Disk-Viewing Ultraviolet Airglow Data.//
Navy Case No. 97,789: Crystalline III-V Nitride Films on Refractory 
Metal Substrates for High-Power Device Application.//Navy Case No. 
97,792: Vacuum Wave Maker System.//Navy Case No. 97,793: Tactical 
Pocket Knife with Prying Protrusion, Boot-Shaped Lock, and Rotating 
Clip.//Navy Case No. 97,886: Adding Semantic Support to Existing UDDI 
Infrastructure.//Navy Case No. 97,893: Use of SiGe HBT to Moderate 
Light Through its Carrier Plasma.//Navy Case No. 97,911: Self 
Decontaminating Surfaces.//Navy Case No. 97,922: SOFC Cathode 
Containing Lanthanum Nickelate (La2Ni04+d).//Navy Case No. 97,925: 
Advanced Metoc Broker.//Navy Case No. 97,949: Feature Selection and 
Pattern Recognition Methods for Toxic Industrial Chemical and Fire 
Detection Using Cermet Sensors.//Navy Case No. 98,043: Secure 
Middleware.//Navy Case No. 98,052: Trifluoromethylcarbinol Terminated 
Alkanethiols.//Navy Case No. 98,059: A Configuration that Combines a 
Contra-Rotating Pair of Single-Blade Wing/Rotors and a Tilting Canard 
Wing/Propeller Unit into a Stop-Rotor Converting Rotor-Wings/Fixed-
Wings Hybrid Micro-Air Vehicle with Full 3-Axis Control in all Modes of 
Flight.//Navy Case No. 98,063: Active-Twist Airfoil System.//Navy Case 
No. 98,070: IR Fiber Parametric Amplifier and Source.//Navy Case No. 
98,071: Poled IR Fiber Parametric Amplifier and Source.//Navy Case No. 
98,079: Functional Polymers Via Surface Modifying Agents, and Method 
for Polymeric Surface Modification.//Navy Case No. 98,082: Automated 
Discovery, Binding, and Integration of Non-Registered Geospatial Web 
Services.//Navy Case No. 98,094: Novel, Single Domain Antibody 
Libraries to Provide Heat Stable, High Affinity, Recombinant 
Recognition Elements.//Navy Case No. 98,095: Multi-Sensor Display 
System.//Navy Case No. 98,096: Manual FACS Coding Tool.//Navy Case No. 
98,117: Polymerizable Sulfonate Ionic Liquids and Liquid Polymers 
Therefrom.//Navy Case No. 98,168: Infrared Transfer of Functionalized 
Nanoparticles.//Navy Case No. 98,185: Materials and Structures Thereof 
Useful as Electrocatalysts.//Navy Case No. 98,212: Applications of the 
Binding Interaction of Proanthocyanidins with Bacteria and Bacterial 
Components.//Navy Case No. 98,214: Calibrated Impact Hammer.//Navy Case 
No. 98,254: Optically Clear Monolith with Embedded Molecularly 
Imprinted Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas (PMOs) as Selective 
Sorbents, Pre-Concentrators, and/or as Recognition Elements for Optical 
Sensors.//Navy Case No. 98,258: Self Calibration Devices for Chemical 
and Bio Analyte Trace Detectors.//Navy Case No. 98,286: An Ensemble 
Approach to Robust Classifier Fusion.//Navy Case

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No. 98,287: Electroless Deposition of Nanoscale Manganese Oxide on 
Ultraporous Carbon Nanoarchitectures for Electrochemical Capacitor 
Applications.//Navy Case No. 98,288: Graphical Representation of Facial 
Movements, Body Movements and Speech Over Time.//Navy Case No. 98,316: 
Mobile Self-Spreading Biocides.//Navy Case No. 98,325: Design and 
Selection of Genetic Targets for Sequence Resolved Organism and 
Identification.//Navy Case No. 98,346: Method of Making a 
Nanostructured Electrode.//Navy Case No. 98,347: Catalyst 
Nanoparticle.//Navy Case No. 98,387: Secure Digital Communications 
Using Chaotic Signals: An Attractor-Based Approach.//Navy Case No. 
98,404: High Performance Chirped Electrode Design for Cat's Eye Retro-
Reflector Modulators and any continuations, continuations-in-part 
divisionals or re-issues thereof.

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directed to the Naval Research Laboratory, Code 1004, 4555 Overlook 
Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20375-5320, and must include the Navy Case 
number.

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Code 1004, 4555 Overlook Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20375-5320, 
telephone (202) 767-7230. Due to temporary U.S. Postal Service delays, 
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(Authority: 35 U.S.C. 207, 37 CFR Part 404)

    Dated: November 7, 2006.
M.A. Harvison,
Lieutenant Commander, Judge Advocate General's Corps, U.S. Navy, 
Federal Register Liaison Officer.
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