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Artificial Electromagnetic Muscle Tissue

01/16/2015 by Ziggy
Is anyone developing a iron based elasto polymer with conductive liquid windings that can be shaped into muscles for human prothectics. . Would like t...
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Last comment 01/24/2015 by 129CBRider

Drug Update

01/12/2015 by Fredski
I think SE ran a story on this awhile back, here are some results, looks strong
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Last comment 01/13/2015 by Noudge79

Baking Soda Cure Cancer?

12/31/2014 by Anonymous Poster
Cancer is a fungus? Baking Soda cures?
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Last comment 01/03/2015 by 129CBRider


12/31/2014 by Anonymous Poster
Do you agree with
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Last comment 12/31/2014 by redfred
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Healthcare Engineering

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Bionics and Biology

01/12/2015 by CR4 Guest Author
If you are a person who is suffering from a chronic disease, the future is already here. Biology and electronics are working together to treat eye d...
Pathfinder Tags: bionic hands bionic hearing bionic vision bionics
Views: 115, Comments: 1
Last comment 01/12/2015 by mrswamy

Artificial Joints

01/06/2015 by CR4 Guest Author
Arthritis is a common and potentially disabling condition. Relief of the pain and stiffness has been a long-term goal for physicians. This effort d...
Pathfinder Tags: artificial joints joint replacement
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Last comment 01/07/2015 by C-Mac

Coronary Stents-A Biomedical Triumph

12/11/2014 by CR4 Guest Author
The idea of dilating disease-narrowed arteries with balloons on catheter tips came into prominence in the 1970s due to the pioneering work of Andre...
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Last comment 12/15/2014 by kevinm
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Medical Equipment Design

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When Powered Prosthetics Fail

01/12/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Marked improvements in mobility are offered by high-tech prosthetics, but decoding errors in powered limb interfaces can lead to instabilities and fal...
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How to Deal with Flexibility

01/02/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Flexible substrates provide a means of creating thin and light interconnects, and these characteristics make flex circuits ideal for many types of med...
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Last comment 01/03/2015 by vsar

Plant-based Gel Promptly Checks Bleeding

12/27/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Framed in the context of severe battlefield injuries, the ability to stop traumatic bleeding in three minutes is life-saving. As explained in thi...
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Last comment 12/29/2014 by Unredundant
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Biomedical Engineering

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No Food Beyond This Point

01/02/2015 by Chelsey H
New Year's resolutions almost always seem to include "eat healthier" and "exercise more" (at least mine always do!). But have you ever thought about...
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Last comment 01/03/2015 by 129CBRider

A Gluten Story, Part 2

12/16/2014 by Chelsey H
Gluten can be eaten by itself and has become a common substitute for meat and tofu. It is particularly popular in Asia, where is goes by the name se...
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Last comment 12/22/2014 by C-Mac

A Gluten Story, Part 1

12/14/2014 by Chelsey H
Humans have been eating wheat (and therefore gluten) for ten thousand years. For as much as we hear about gluten today I feel like it is still very...
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Last comment 12/18/2014 by James Stewart
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Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition

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Materials Mystery: NFL Footballs

09/03/2014 by HUSH
Tomorrow night a new season of NFL football begins. With it comes 21 weeks of pizza, wings, beer and pretending you're on the team (that "we" pronou...
Pathfinder Tags: construction design football NFL
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Last comment 09/04/2014 by BruceFlorida

Wearable Tech to Protect Pitchers

08/06/2014 by HUSH
Human capital has always considered a part of capitalism. For thousands of years, civilization was built on the sweat and blood of people considered...
Pathfinder Tags: baseball pitcher PPE protective equipment
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Last comment 08/07/2014 by tribefan1952

Building a Better World Cup Ball

06/11/2014 by HUSH
When we discuss foreign rivalries, there are a few that come to mind. England vs. France. Canada vs. USA. China vs. Japan. These are rivalries that...
Pathfinder Tags: design football soccer world cup
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Last comment 06/12/2014 by kevinm
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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...
Pathfinder Tags: pareiasaurs
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Chatting with Canines

07/17/2013 posted in Animal Science
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...
Pathfinder Tags: dogs pets technology translation
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Last comment 07/23/2013 by suresh sharma

Unusual Bird Nest Building Materials

06/28/2013 posted in Animal Science
by SavvyExacta
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...
Pathfinder Tags: ANIMAL SCIENCE birds
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A Tale of the Rarest Species of Whale

06/07/2013 posted in Animal Science
by SavvyExacta
When's the last time you saw a beaked whale? Despite the fact that they look a little bit like bottle nosed dolphins, it's actually likely that you'...
Pathfinder Tags: beaked whale spade-toothed whale whales
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Zebrafish in Research

05/24/2013 posted in Animal Science
by SavvyExacta
Zebrafish have been in the news recently. These small fish are gaining popularity in research labs. Read on to find out why! Zebrafish Facts * One...
Pathfinder Tags: ANIMAL SCIENCE research zebrafish
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