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Next Generation Sequencing Predicts Failure in Total Joint Arthroplasty
Disruptive new multicenter research has determined that next generation sequencing (NGS) can reliably predict treatment failure due to periprosthetic joint infection (PJI). MicroGenDX, the High ...
Harvesting Clean Energy From Water Evaporation – Morphing Crystals Convert Evaporation Energy Into Motion
New study details the molecular-level design of materials that enable clean and sustainable water evaporation energy to be harvested and efficiently converted into motion with the potential to power ...
Researchers create morphing crystals powered by water evaporation
New study details the design of materials that enable clean and sustainable water evaporation energy that can be harvested and efficiently converted into motion with the potential to power future ...
The New Composite Prevents Malfunctions of Electronic Devices
Harnessing the power of biosolids to make hydrogen from sewage Researchers Develop Better Method to Remove Toxic Dyes From Wastewater can be used in capacitors to increase energy storage performance ...
A Dangerous Brew: Plastic Teabags Release BILLIONS Of Microplastics Particles Into Your Drink
Plastic Teabags Release BILLIONS Of Microplastics Particles Into Your Drink. News Target \| Natural News. September 11th, 2020 \| 15:48 PM \| ...
An Army of Microscopic Robots Is Ready to Patrol Your Body
Each smaller than the width of a human hair, the microbots have a blocky body equipped with solar cells and two pairs of platinum legs.
Point Of Care Diagnostics Market - 2018-2026
A new market study, titled “Discover Global Point Of Care Diagnostics Market By Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
Laser Jolts Microscopic Electronic Robots Into Walking – Could Produce 1 Million Robots per Silicon Wafer
In 1959, former Cornell physicist Richard Feynman delivered his famous lecture “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom,” in which he described the opportunity for shrinking technology, from machines to ...