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Researchers develop computer model to reveal how antibiotic-re...

Researchers from the Scientific Research Institute of Physical-Chemical Medicine, MIPT, the company M&S Decisions and the research department of Yandex have built a computer model of the interaction between different bacteria, and between bacteria ... News-Medical.Net, 1 month ago
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CIBOR advances aerospace materials in medical applications

CIBOR performs R&D on a variety of bioscience and medical applications, including composite surgical instruments, joint implants and orthopedic implants which help stimulate bone growth. SOURCE: CIBOR. The Center of Innovation for Biomaterials ...
 Composites World1 month ago

Graphene FET-based DNA biosensor for SNP detection [Medical Sciences]

Michael T. Hwang a , 1 , Preston B. Landon b , c , 1 , Joon Lee a , Duyoung Choi a , Alexander H. Mo a , Gennadi Glinsky d , and Ratnesh Lal a , b , c , d , 2 a Materials Science and Engineering Program, University of California , San Diego, ...
 PNAS2 days ago

Simon Ramo, Aerospace Leader Who Put R in TRW, Dies at 103

Simon Ramo, the scientist, engineer and entrepreneur who co-founded two Fortune 500 companies and was chief scientist for the U.S. intercontinental ballistic missile system during the Cold War, has died. He was 103. He died Monday of natural causes ...
 Bloomberg2 days ago Simon Ramo, Aerospace Visionary Who Put R in TRW, Dies at 103  Boe Report2 days ago
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Tianjin's eight engines of growth

Aviation and aerospace Driven by cutting-edge technologies and both domestic and foreign investment, Tianjin's aviation and aerospace industry has seen rapid growth in the past five years. In 2015, the industry's output value reached 44.7 billion ...
 CHINAdaily Europe6 days ago City's eight engines of growth days ago

The Unlikely Cities That Will Power the U.S. Economy

A decade ago, Richard Myers was the director of the Department of Genetics at the Stanford University School of Medicine, where he enjoyed the fruits of a rich endowment and his pick of faculty members and graduate students. So he left behind some ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago

4D Printing Market: wide scope of applications in medicine for implants and reconstruction surgeries.

4D printing is the three dimension printing of any material of any prototype with time as its fourth dimension. The created component structure grows or modifies as the time passes. The 4D Printing Market deals with demand and supply, production and ...
 MyNewsDesk3 weeks ago Want to know what the future of medical invention looks like? Read on  Financial Express3 weeks ago World 4D Printing Market - Opportunities and Forecasts, 2014 - 2022  Industry Today1 week ago
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Wife of slain UCLA professor: 'This is an indescribable loss'

William Bill Klug, a UCLA professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was insatiably curious aboutthe way complexthings worked — cancer cells, the HIV virus, the tissue in a beating heart. Klug was said to be brilliant. He was said to be ...
 Los Angeles Times4 weeks ago William Klug, 39, UCLA engineering professor whose research crossed disciplines  UCLA News4 weeks ago Slain UCLA professor remembered as devout Christian and brilliant man  Christian Today4 weeks ago

Of Presidential Candidates and Medical Research

Nearly one in two Americans suffer a "chronic" (long-lasting or incurable) disease or disability. These are our family members, people we know and love. To heal the ill and injured, rather than merely maintaining them in their suffering, we must ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago
Information Week

Penn Medicine: Using Data To Save Patient Lives

Penn Signals is a system that uses existing data from electronic health records to perform real-time predictive analysis of heart failure patients. The goal? Penn Medicine wanted to place patients in proper risk groups and assign them to cardiology ...
 Information Week1 month ago
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