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Whirlpool Bath Tubs Contain Potentially Lethal Bacterial Strains

...apped, often for long periods of time and when the jets are switched on, this water with harmful bacteria gets blown into the tub. Dr Moyes said that a teaspoon of normal tap water contains about 138 bacteria on the other hand a teaspoon of whirlpool tub water contains an average of 2.17 million bacter...

Jets Can Now Be Propelled By Coal-based Fuel

... jet engine and can now be used for propelling the jets in future, according to a Penn State fuel scientist. // "Because the fuel is 50 percent derived from coal, it could reduce our use of imported petroleum for this purpose by half," says Dr. Harold H. Schobert, professor of fuel science and director ...

Study Finds - Black Holes Are The Most Fuel-Efficient Engines

...r Chandra observations were used to figure out the jets to produce the big bubbles, the researchers said i... following way:The heat coming from the black hole jets is believed to heat up the gas around the galactic center; without this source of heat, the gas woul...

Cell Behavior Better Understood with Nano Probe

...assical Taylor electrohydrodynamic focusing of the jets to produce charged ions, but in reverse (pull) rather than in a commonly-used forward (push) mode. Source:Eurekalert...

Researchers Design Pulsed Mircrojet System to Deliver Protein Drugs Without Pain or Bruising

...et injectors was caused by the deep penetration of jets into the skin, creating negative reactions of nerv...'We realized that we had to find a way to stop the jets from going deep into the skin,' says Mitragotri. 'Speeding the delivery, combined with using extreme...

Micro-jets for Painless Needle-free Injections

...njectors was the result of deep penetration of the jets of the drug into the skin, the team developed a novel injector system that minimises the depth of penetration by using pulsed micro-jets at very high speeds and very small volumes. "The device consists of a chamber that holds the drug solution," Dr...

DiCaprio Bites Back Over Eco 'Hypocrisy'

...saying that many stars used emission-heavy private jets while touting environmental protection, a testy DiCaprio countered that he had taken a commercial flight from New York. "I try to travel commercial as much as I can," he said. DiCaprio later came back to the reporter, saying that he was irritated ...

Double Amputee Finishes Last, but Still Looks Forward to Beijing Olympics

...ypes of device, usually worn on the back, that use jets of escaping gases to allow the user to fly. "It would be a lot more productive to do the testing with me rather than against me," he said. "For a federation that size making allegations and derogatory comments about Paralympics, then the least they...

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