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Harry
 
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The Bluetooth-enabled tire gauge system will keep a constant eye on tire pressure and send and alert if the pressure becomes too low. Tire sensors will be installed in place of the tires' usual air valve caps, where each one will receive a separate identifier that will provide an accurate pressure reading for its tire. An alert will be sent to the user's smartphone or the in-car system if pressure levels fall too low, and the system can be set up to monitor up to 20 cars from one...
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Dr. Gibbson
 
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A new sound-based method of sorting cells will provide a gentler alternative to current methods--and could lead to an earlier diagnosis of some cancers. Sorting cells with sound waves involves using microfluidic devices equipped with a pair of acoustic transducers. The transducers create a wave that in turn creates a pressure node, pushing the cells to the side of the channel; how far each cell moves is in part determined by its size--which allows them to be sorted. The new...
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Dr. Gibbson
 
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A new system able to detect and monitor bacteria in chronic wounds could lead to better treatment procedures while also reducing the use of antibiotics. Diagnosing chronic wounds has typically been left up to individual clinical judgment, which can vary, and culture-based tests, which sometimes requires waiting days for a result. The new system will simplify the process by detecting and tracking bacterial infection in wounds using endogenous autofluorescence. The process, which...
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Dr. Gibbson
 
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Easier to use than conventional 2D scanners, 3D thermal scanner could one day help doctors detect certain cancers based on their thermal signatures. Although 2D thermal imaging has been in use for some time, the procedure is complicated and requires that the images be taking from the exact same position every time. In contrast, 3D thermal scanner can be freely moved around the patient to create an accurate 3D thermal map in real-time. Since cancer cells are usually higher in...
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jiwan Singh Bhandari
 
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My Suggection is to make a Andriod smartphone with inbuilt virtual SIM card features but no SIM Card Slot.For this Phone We Make a Device Name (SIm Card Reader) By This we insert our SIM In SIM Card Reader And Connect TO Mobile Through OTG Cable And COpy All Data Using Software (All Data means Data Recquare for Connecting Sim To Mobile Operator Like VodaFone,Idea ,Airtel Etc to identify mobile Number) Into Virtual SIM of Mobile (this virtual SIM act as Real Sim for Mobile) and By This we...
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Dr. Gibbson
 
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A new test for malaria that uses magnetic fields to detect the parasite's waste in infected blood cells could provide an earlier and reliable diagnosis of the disease. The technique will use magnetic resonance relaxometry (MRR), to detect hemozoin in the blood cells. When the parasite eats the host's hemoglobin, the hemoglobin breaks down releasing iron. The parasite will then convert the iron to hemozoin, which has a magnetic field that will interfere with the spins of hydrogen...
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Max
 
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By capturing wavelengths invisible to the human eye, it is possible to create transparent solar panels that will be placed on windows or device screens without blocking the view. The technology will be based around small, organic molecules able to absorb sunlight wavelengths invisible to the human eye. These materials will be tuned to pick up just the ultraviolet and the near infrared wavelengths that then 'glow' at another wavelength in the infrared. The trapped light waves will...
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Jared
 
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A new thin-film drug-delivery technique could enable medications to be released directly into targeted locations in the body for up to 14 months--drastically altering the way we traditionally treat pain. The technique will make use of biodegradable, thin-films that have been loaded with drug molecules using a "layer-by-layer" method. This layer method will allow the drug to be released steadily and for a longer period of time than previous methods, and the amount of drug being...
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Jared
 
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According to research, each year one in three people 65 or older fall every year, and many of them do not fully recover. A protective belt will be a personal, waist-worn airbag that will expand to help protect the elderly from falls. It will be worn around the waist, where its integrated sensors will monitor the motion of the wearer's hips. If the system determines that the person is falling, the airbag will trigger and expand to cushion the fall before the person hits the ground.
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Harry
 
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The shirt will be able to detect an epileptic seizure and contact a doctor immediately, allowing for a quick response as well as a way to continuously monitor seizure patterns. It will be equipped with sensors able to monitor the wearer's heart rate and other physiological characteristics--including brain activity--in real-time. The data will be transmitted to a smartphone via Bluetooth and then uploaded to the cloud, where a designated physician will access the information and...