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Back injury cured by engineers

According to engineers at Cleavland University, people with back injury u...edhe movement of injured and uninjured people. The engineers were able to use a mathematical technique to analyse movements of the injured volunteers without hav...

Cytobrush to detect oral cancer

...80 per cent if the cancer is found early. With the engineers and cytologists at Oral Scan Systems, a New York-based health devices company, a dentist who finds an area of concern runs a small round brush - similar to a mascara wand over the suspicious lesion. “The bristles are like those on a toothbrush,” Gr...

Warning on radiowave exposure

...xposure standards that have been set by electrical engineers in the past are not really appropriate to modern life, says Kasevich. Now we have to set new standards to reflect scientific fact and current everyday exposure....

Commercialization of Biotech Discoveries, An Encouragement For Researchers

...of early stage innovations by young scientists and engineers to ensure domestic growth is thus much favored. In a statement , Mahendra K Sanghi, President, Assocham, called for conversion of research into making of products that can generate wealth for the nation. He also said the sweat of scientists and res...

Mechanical forces drive early heart development

...le in causing the rotation to the right.Taber says engineers are just now looking at growth in mature heart. His theory will be valuable in looking at these situations. Growth occurring in the mature heart is extremely important and plays a role in adaptation to high blood pressure (thicker heart walls) and he...

Molecule aids fight E. Coli Infections

...hila led investigators to pinpoint a molecule that engineers search-and-destroy missions by white blood cells called macrophages against// the Escherichia coli bacteria. Most E. coli strains are harmless, but the variety toxic to humans can inflame intestinal walls, leading to serious illness and even death....

New X-ray machine launched by GE Healthcare

... "The product was designed and developed by Indian engineers at the John F. Welch Technology Centre of GE in Bangalore and manufactured by third-party multiple vendors in Pune," GE Healthcare Technologies CEO V. Raja told reporters. Priced about Rs.800, 000 ($18,300) for the Indian market, HF Advantage offers...

Three In One Ultrasound Probe For 3-D Imaging Of Heart And Tissue Destruction Developed

...distance of a centimeter or two", according to the engineers who have developed the technique. The current av...uality image, often with a fuzzy background. The engineers have previously pioneered techniques rendering the kind of soft tissue internal images that enable f...

Another Potential Of Stem Cells Discovered: Used For Growing Cartilage

...lier collaboration between medical researchers and engineers at Imperial College. The team had previously developed the bioactive scaffold, which was used as a scaffold to grow the stem cells on. Dr Archana Vats, first author of the study, said: ‘The ability to grow cartilage using stem cells could...

Harsh British Winter Could Kill Upto 90,000 Pensioners

... to the electricity network and has deployed extra engineers into strategic points throughout Scotland, including the Western Isles. Conservative leader Michael Howard accused the Tony Blair government of 'inefficiency and incompetence' over the shortages of flu vaccine and alleged that the failure to guaran...

Guidant sold defective defibrillators with full knowledge

...t-circuiting. In April and November 2002, company engineers took steps to prevent the short-circuiting. But the company kept selling older models out of inventory even after an improved one was available. In its June 2002 assessment, Guidant described the flaws 'overall health risk index' as 'very low.' At...

India set to become the global knowledge hub

... "India is rich with bright, young talent. Indian engineers are quick to grasp Six Sigma and make it their way...and institutions. On an average, more than 350,000 engineers and 5,000 PhD scholars graduate from Indian universities and colleges every year. "With such a poo...

'Girlie' Needle And Thread help Japanese Men to De-Stress

...of their jobs as marketing professionals, computer engineers and film directors/producers. As the club's seven members do not consider themselves experts in sewing, their stitches are not aligned, fine seams are nowhere to be seen, but their works are creative. "We decided that we don't have to be perfect,...

Sound Technology Aids in the Monitoring Of Osteoarthritis

...ic emission. This technique was originally used by engineers to detect unsafe buildings and bridges. The knee gives out high-frequency noises when they rub against a rough surface. By analyzing the sound the physicians would be able to assess whether arthritis is worsening or responding to therapy. They high f...

Striking Students Asked to Vacate Hostels

...l also be held here on May 23 in which doctors and engineers across Rajasthan would take part to support the nationwide protests, he said. "We demanded that three-decade-old reservation priviledge to OBCs be reviewed, the roaster system in higher classes for OBCs be scrapped in Rajasthan's medical colleges a...

Medicos Divided on Calling Off Anti-Quota Agitation

...vation agitation to students of other streams like engineers from IIT to escape contempt proceedings from the court. The students are opposing a government proposal to introduce 27 per cent reservation to OBCs in elite educational institutions. PTI...

Bacteria Can Convert Flame Retardant Into Toxic Form

...n health. The finding, by a team of environmental engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, suggests these transformations could complicate efforts to reduce or eliminate the most problematic polybrominated diphenyl esters (PBDEs) from the environment. "This study, for the first time, establishes ...

Fine Polymer Scaffolding – a Boon for Skin Reconstructio

...ld that closely resembles natural skin//. Tissue engineers and chemists at the University of Sheffield have d... team of chemists, materials scientists and tissue engineers at the University of Sheffield, with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Cou...

Fresh Water Algae Filtered Out With Water Filtration Technique

...ms to clean toxins from the digestive tract. The engineers combined the active carbon with three different commercially available membrane filters to remove microcystin-lr from samples of Lake Erie drinking water. Each combination produced good results: one removed 95 percent of the toxin, one removed 97 per...

Flying Eye Hospital Brings Hope for Eye Patients in Africa

...ophthalmologists and several nurses and biomedical engineers benefited from the hospital's programme in which local doctors, nurses and anaesthesiologists work alongside the volunteer team, he said. The training modalities include lectures, surgical demonstrations, participation in the lab and use of vittret...

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