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Single frequency ultrasonic cleaner Guangdong GT Ultrasonic Co.,Ltd (Shenzhen, China) Oct. 28, 2013The ultrasonic cleaning process provides high quality cleaning and exceeds, by ease of use and end result, conventional cleaning methods. The tiny mic more...
Noninvasive Bladder Volume Measurement Mianyang Meike Electronic Equipment Co., Ltd (Mianyang, China) May. 26, 2013Mianyang Meike introduces Noninvasive Bladder Volume Measurement. The Bladder Volume Measurement is easy for staff to use quickly and accurately, no s more...
Technology: Fused Deposition Modeling 2012-10-25 Author: Staff of STRATASYS From: STRATASYS Connect with experienced professionals at Stratasys who know all there is to know about Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and additive manufacturing—after all, we invented the technology. From Fortus 3D Production Systems on your factory floor to Dimension 3D Printers on your desktop, you'll find the right additive manufacturing solution for your business. Hyperlink to Original Source
iPhone Attachment Designed for At-Home Diagnoses of Ear Infections2012-09-20 Author: Editor Pick From: Georgia Institute of Technology A new pediatric medical device being developed by Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University could make life easier for every parent who has rushed to the doctor with a child screaming from an ear infection. Pediatricians currently diagnose ear infections using the standard otoscope to examine the eardrum. With Remotoscope, parents would be able to take a picture or video of their child’s eardrum using the iPhone and send the images digitally to a physician for diagnostic review. Hyperlink to Original Source
The Ups and Downs of Modern Laboratory Design2012-09-19 Author: Lindsay Hock From: R&D Magazine A slow resurgence in laboratory design projects is revealing important lessons: do more with less, do it faster, and do it smarter. In tough economic times, construction projects often are early victims to budget cuts. During the recent recession, research laboratories were no exception. Many laboratory construction projects were delayed or canceled. Hyperlink to Original Source
RFID in Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals2012-09-13 Author: Joey McFarland From: Impinj newsletter RFID for the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical industries has been in the news a lot recently – from medical centers improving stock controls, to new proposed FDA guidelines, to studies supporting RFID use with biologics. Continue reading below to learn more about what is happening in this market segment.
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Outsourcing, Oh What Demagoguery!2012-07-12 Author: Peter Morici, professor, University of Maryland From: Industry Week The problem is not outsourcing but rather it is inappropriate outsourcing—purchasing abroad products that could be made as or more cost-effectively at home. Hyperlink to Original Source
Desktop Additive Manufacturing2012-05-14 Author: Editor From: Modern Machine Shop The number of manufacturers producing end-use parts through additive manufacturing is relatively small, but the number of manufacturers seriously considering doing this is large. What will it take for some of these companies to add this direct digital production to their capabilities? Hyperlink to Original Source
Why Your Business Still Needs Newsletters2012-05-07 Author: Angela West From: PCWorld Marketing gurus pushed email newsletters hard back in the days before social networking. If you believe everything you read online these days, you'd think that Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and other Web 2.0 services have left such vehicles in the virtual dust. Not so. Nor has the scourge of spam destroyed newsletters' effectiveness. Email marketing still achieves huge results--and pairing an effective email newsletter with a social media campaign can snag many more customers for your business than relying on social media alone.
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Nanoscale magnetic media diagnostics by rippling spin waves2012-04-04 Author: Editor From: R&D Magazine Trapped beneath the magnetic tip of a microscale cantilever, spin waves can be used to non-destructively measure the properties of magnetic materials and search for nanoscale defects, especially in multilayer magnetic systems like a typical hard drive, where defects could be buried beneath the surface Hyperlink to Original Source
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