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BioMech & BioMed

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Data Acquisition Device

07/26/2016 by Anonymous Poster
I'm doing a project which involves measuring current/voltage difference in a solution due to microbial degradation activity. I need some suggestions o...
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Last comment 07/28/2016 by James Stewart
 

DNA Origami Forms Copy of Van Gogh Painting

07/13/2016 by BestInShow
I'm always fascinated with the way scientists will play with a new technique, demonstrating technical advances in ways that probably appeal to, or are...
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Unlocking Brain Waves

07/03/2016 by Fredski
can PSD ans dementia be defeated by science? http://www.scotsman.com/news/neuroscientists-celebrating-brain-wave-for-troubled-minds-1-4168009
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Last comment 07/04/2016 by kendall
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Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition

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CR4 Olympic Coverage: Wearables Push Athletes to Glory

07/20/2016 by HUSH
The clock ticks towards another Olympic games, which means I’m happy to provide some technical or scientific perspective on events and stories f...
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Views: 67, Comments: 1
Last comment 07/20/2016 by phoenix911

Science in Caffeine and Coffee

05/05/2016 by cheme_wordsmithy
We've heard it on the news time and again... "food study X says drinking coffee everyday is good for your health". [Two weeks later] "food study Y...
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Last comment 05/06/2016 by Janissaries
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Biomedical Engineering

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Silk’s Not Just for Neckties

06/13/2016 by BestInShow
With so many novel advanced materials making news these days – like graphene in all its permutations – I was pleased to discover that silk...
Pathfinder Tags: biomedical silk drug delivery system fibronin silk protein
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Last comment 06/14/2016 by BestInShow

When You Should Swear

05/15/2016 by Chelsey H
Everyone has the same reaction when they stub their toe on the edge of the bed. And now we know why it makes you feel…better. A phen...
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Last comment 06/14/2016 by IQ
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Medical Equipment Design

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Tiny Tools Come into the Fold

04/20/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Brigham Young University researchers use principles of origami to design surgical tools so small that incisions will heal on their own - without sutu...
Views: 229, Comments: 1
Last comment 04/21/2016 by SolarEagle

Medical Micro-bots are Bio-inspired

03/08/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The small-scale engineering R&D pursued at the Biological Actuation, Sensing & Transport Laboratory at Drexel University, PA, is expected to...
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Healthcare Engineering

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A New Weapon In the Zika Virus Fight

02/18/2016 by cheme_wordsmithy
You may have heard about the Zika virus in the news. It's the latest in a long line of mosquito-born illnesses that seems to be spreading in epidemic...
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Last comment 02/20/2016 by SolarEagle

No Evidence that Cancer Screening Saves Lives

01/13/2016 by Quasar
An article in the British Medical Journal argues that screening for cancer has never been shown to save lives. The authors focus on the difference...
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Last comment 01/15/2016 by jmueller
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IBM Opens a New Frontier in Healthcare Analytics

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My colleague, Stephen Holloway, offers fascinating insight into IBM's recent deal that more closely aligns big data and analytics with healthcare. A p...
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Optogentics

01/26/2015 posted in Light & Laser Blog
by CR4 Guest Author
Imagine you are going out with your shy single friend to a party, he / she is talking to a nice potential match, but your friend starts to melt down....
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Pareiasaurs – Possible Relatives of Turtles

08/02/2013 posted in Animal Science
by SavvyExacta
Haven't heard of the pareiasaur? Me either, until I read an article in ScienceDaily. According to a study published in the Journal of Vertebrate P...
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Chatting with Canines

07/17/2013 posted in Animal Science
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I have one particular family member who is a rather quiet sort. No matter my attempts to levy conversation, she'll just sit there quietly and stare...
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Unusual Bird Nest Building Materials

06/28/2013 posted in Animal Science
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It's a little late for most species of birds to be nesting but some, like these cedar waxwings, are still at it. Seeing this bird with such a huge am...
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