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Endure Medical Redefines Ophthalmic Surgical Microscopes

... optical pathway for a stereo microscope. Two beams of collimated light are projected onto the eye. This allows the illumination beams to maintain parallelism (no convergence) and eliminates any back glare or reflections originating from the objective lens. This is vastly different from the conventional ...

Pfizer Partners with REvolution Computing to Improve Medicine Production Pipeline

... compounds in the physical laboratory. The study concluded that the parallel caret package provides a simple mechanism for practitioners to use the parallelism available in systems based on state-of-the-art multicore processors to accelerate the run time of their production data mining problems. "We are ...

Humans Aren't the Only Ones With Obesity Problems

... their horses rich foods, but obesity in horses is just as unhealthy as obesity in humans and can lead to fatal diseases. "There is a striking parallelism between humans and horses when it comes to obesity," said Philip Johnson, professor of veterinary medicine and surgery at the University of ...
Parallelism in Biological Technology

Automated Sequence Capture for Next-Generation Sequencing Paves the Way for Personalized Medicine

... technology will compel adoption in several ways: short hands-on time (minutes instead of hours), a high degree of reproducibility, and unmatched parallelism in hybselecting several genomic samples at a time," said Peer Staehler, CSO of febit, summarizing the advances of febit's latest product. The ...

Cray Rides Again

... Vector computing can take advantage of doing many operations with the execution of one instruction, Kiefer said. You need to be able to find that parallelism in your code to take advantage of that. There are a lot of codes that have been written or optimized for exploiting that parallelism, and those are ...
Parallelism in Biological Dictionary

Parallelism

... Angle of parallelism , the angle at one vertex of a right hyperbolic triangle ... Conscious parallelism , price-fixing between competitors in an ...urrently... This page focuses on grammatical parallelism as a matter of writing ... The red sentences are ...
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