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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

Computer developers work like runners in a race. One foot — software — has to keep pace with the advancement

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

IDEX Health & Science, LLC announces the launch of their revolutionary, biocompatible columns and accessories. These PEEK-lined stainless steel (PLS)

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

The historic announcement of the discovery of gravitational waves, by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) Scientific Collaboration (LSC) on

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

A year ago we heard that NASA and Microsoft were teaming up to build Sidekick, a project that uses HoloLens

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

The cost of deploying fast fibre connections straight to homes could be dramatically reduced by new hardware designed and tested

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

There are two broad areas of applications of computers in laboratory medicine. Firstly, computers automate the handling of the alphanumeric

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

WASHINGTON (AP) — When buildings collapse in future disasters, the hero helping rescue trapped people may be a robotic cockroach.

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

Time travelers from the 1980s would not recognize the typical pharmaceutical laboratory of 2016. Large spaces filled with dedicated tabletop

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02/15/2016 / By healthrangerinventions

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health say they have developed tiny “mini-brains” made up of many

http://www.healthrangerinventions.com/2016-02-15-researchers-create-mini-brains-to-study-neurological-diseases.html

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