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Boeing Unveils 'green' Dreamliner Passenger Jet

...eamliner , the "green" passenger jet it hopes will revolutionize air travel. The mid-sized plane, which seats up ...oup Corporation, said the Dreamliner was poised to revolutionize air travel if its projected rates of fuel-efficiency proved accurate. "If you look at it from an a...

Chemical Injections for Fat Removal

...blished online in Nature Medicine on July 1, could revolutionize human cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery ...studied, non-surgical method for melting fat could revolutionize growing old gracefully, she said. This discovery could also have positive implications for reconstru...

Scientists Discover Key to Manipulating Fat

...blished online in Nature Medicine on July 1, could revolutionize human cosmetic surgery and treatment of diseases associated with human obesity. Investigators say these findings may also, over the long-term, lead to better control of metabolic syndrome, which is a collection of risk factors that increase a patien...

Novel Light Weight Polymers Made Up of Carbon Nanotubes

...w ultra-lightweight , conductive material that may revolutionize electromagnetic shielding and more. The team's innovation will be honored with a Nano50 award from Nanotech Briefs magazine, which recognizes the top 50 technologies, products and innovators that have significantly impacted nanotechnology. Sensi...

Government Policies and Booming Economy Keep Indian Healthcare in Top Shape

...ipment and better services. The government aims to revolutionize the delivery of healthcare services using information and communication technology with its implementation of Telemedicine, one of the world's biggest healthcare projects. Healthcare-related programs such as e-Health and the government's encouragem...

Simple Blood Test May Predict Alzheimers Disease

...eded to get accurate results. "This research could revolutionize practice because a blood test that accurately monitors progression can reduce the numbers of patients needed for clinical trials." Agrees Professor Clive Ballard, director of research for the Alzheimer's Society: "A non-invasive blood test for dia...

A Blood Test Developed in Australia to Repair DNA Damage

...eimer's disease. "This test has the potential to revolutionize the way we approach attempting to prevent or delay the onset of such diseases." But the cost of the test and an accompanying medical assessment will not come cheap, with a $650 price tag applied by the Reach 100 company which has commercialized the...

Researchers Training Rats To Diagnose TB

... but said that "out-of-the-box thinking can really revolutionize things." Other animals have shown potential diagnostic capabilities, such as dogs that appear able to detect cancer in humans. It is unclear which molecules the animals are detecting, but some diseases can cause scent changes that are detectable even...

RFID Use can Avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

...is thoroughly tested and found successful; it will revolutionize not only prevention of SIDS but many other similar conditions. RFID in the healthcare have found application in the healthcare industry in some of these areas- to monitor blood sugars in diabetics, to ensure there is no mix up in blood transfusion, t...

Lesser the Better- Minimally Invasive Surgery Breakthrough

...sary for laparoscopic surgery has the potential to revolutionize surgical practice,” but noted that there will be a learning curve for the new system and that because of the expanded maneuverability, surgeons will likely need to develop new techniques. Also, until the system is fully tested in humans, surgeons w...

Indian American Launches Stem Cell Treatment of Heart Disease

...ng stem cells for cardiac disease) works, it could revolutionize cardiology," said Raval. Stem cells are primal cells common to all multi-cellular organisms that retain the ability to renew themselves through cell division and can differentiate into a wide range of specialised cell types. "The initial results...

Researchers Discover New Molecular Path to Fight Autoimmune Diseases

...une diseases. “I think this simple approach will revolutionize the treatment of autoimmune diseases in humans because we have a new set of enzymatic drug targets as opposed to the non-specific therapies we now use,” says Greene. Non-specific therapies include the use of steroids and certain chemotherapy-like dru...

Indian American's Research Could Lead to Improved MRI

... project on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could revolutionize healthcare by providing a more accurate tool for diagnosing cancer and// other illnesses. Naresh Dalal, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the Florida State University (FSU) and a graduate of Panjab University, conducted experiments with ot...

Study to Explore Using Magnets to Correct 'sunken Chest'

...sened or tightened. If successful, the 3MP could revolutionize treatment of pectus excavatum, according to Harrison. Current approaches to correcting sunken chest involve major surgery to open and rebuild the chest and the insertion of metal struts to hold the chest in place while it heals. Complications can occ...

Autism Expert Creates Innovative Intervention Program

...ful year-round preschool program that continues to revolutionize the way children with autism are educated. This innovative program serves children three to five years in age. Each child has a personal instructor to work with for 20 hours a week and is given an individualized plan tailored to their needs. “Int...

Sea Snails May Aid Chronic Pain Treatments – Says Researcher

...oxins present in the deadly sea snail venom, could revolutionize treatment for sufferers from chronic pain//. This treatment could replace the conventional pain relief drugs such as morphine. Researchers say that the toxin, snail uses to hunt its prey, can accurately target pain without the severe side effects u...

Muscle wasting disease treatable using stem cell therapy

...pressed hope that the results of their study could revolutionize the possibilities of a successful cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in humans as well. The organization, Muscular Dystrophy Association helped to fund the studies and research work. MST...

Novel Plans Of FDA To Monitor Safety Of Medical Devices

...als. The FDA has reported that they also plan to revolutionize their communication systems with each other and with the general public. The proposed changes come after debates over the past one year following the recall of many such gadgets primarily related to cardiac diseases of the heart such as cardiac ste...

Key Signaling Switch Identified in Allergic Disease

...it ADAM10’s ability to release this molecule could revolutionize treatment of asthma and allergic disease. “Our research, for the first time, may represent a treatment strategy to prevent, rather than simply control IgE-mediated allergy,” said Daniel Conrad, Ph.D., a professor in VCU’s Department of Microbiolog...

School of Medicine, GE Introduce Ultrasound Pilot Study

...cal school to test an ultrasound device that could revolutionize diagnostic medicine. // University of South Carolina medical students are testing GE Healthcare’s LOGIQ E ultrasound equipment as part of a pioneering curriculum that includes the use of ultrasound technology across four years of medical education. ...

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