Five technology proposals at UAH have been awarded nearly $50,000 total in Charger Innovation Fund (CIF) grant support to stimulate efforts to commercialize intellectual property developed at the university. Winners, their proposal titles and their grant awards are: Dr. Junpeng Guo, &quot;A Novel Surface Plasmon Enhanced Absorption Spectrometer Chemical Sensor,&quot; $10,000. This sensor measures small amounts of trace chemicals. Its enhanced sensitivity, smaller size and lower cost will have significant advantages for disease diagnosis, chemical analysis and homeland security. Dr. Philip Kovacs, &quot;Complexity Engine,&quot; $10,000. Powered by a sophisticated algorithm, Complexity Engine searches websites for content and delivers free, customized and age-appropriate reading materials to a user's computer. It will give teachers, parents and students an efficient, affordable way to promote self-directed reading.