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cjwichitaks
 
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01/22/2017
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hadj sofiane
 
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LESBIA
 
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05/13/2015
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Dr. Gibbson
 
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01/05/2015
A gel-based sticky sensor that can be attached to a living organ - such as a beating heart - could open the door to a generation of body sensors. The sensor can be built by laying an adhesive gel over an ultra-thin polymer sheet embedded with electronic circuits. The gel can be applied to the organ like a compress, where it will detect bioelectric signals while remaining in constant contract with the flexing tissue.
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Dr. Gibbson
 
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A new drug-delivery technology that squeezes cells to force the medication inside could offer new treatment options for cancer and HIV patients. The microfluidic device will work using a sample of white blood cells extracted from the patient. Those cells will be inserted into a reservoir in the device along with the material to be introduced, and the mixture will then be sent flowing though the device's 75 micro-channels. A carefully timed flow will push the blood cells through a...
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Dr. Gibbson
 
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A man-made ACL replacement made of a combination of man-made and naturally-occurring materials could provide a better option for repairing a patient's ruptured ACL. Most ACL treatments involve restructuring the ACL using patellar tendon grafts, but that procedure also leaves behind lingering knee pain. As an alternative, I suggest creating an artificial ACL made up of braided polyester fibers, an antioxidant and porous biomaterial, and calcium nanocrystals, which are found in human...
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Harry
 
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A new method of monitoring for sleep disorders via a standard smartphone could help reduce trips to sleeping labs--and make it more likely the disorder will be detected sooner. The potential method will include using an iPhone to record the sound of breathing while sleeping. When equipped with a pair of microphone-equipped earbuds placed on a bedside table, the smartphone will be able to monitor the users' breathing to within a half-breath per minute of what can be recorded by...
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Harry
 
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The polycarbonate lenses of the glasses will feature an optical coating that will remove the wavelengths of light between the colors red, green and blue. This will eliminate the overlap between the red and green cone cells and allow the colors that do get through to be amplified, reducing the effects of red/green color blindness. The sturdy polycarbonate lenses will also make the glasses safe for wearing during sports or other athletic activities.
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Curious
 
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The idea is to develop a way to produce synthetic fuels cleanly and efficiently - bringing us a step closer to weaning ourselves from coal and petroleum-based fuels. The process will convert carbon monoxide and hydrogen into liquid hydrocarbons using the Fischer-Tropsch process and solid oxide electrolyser cells. The machine will be powered by alternative energy and convert water to steam, from which oxygen will then removed to create hydrogen. The hydrogen will be used to...