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Artificial Muscle Fibers for Biomedical Applications

Artificial Muscle Fibers for Biomedical Applications July 12th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Materials, Rehab Scientists at MIT have taken inspiration from cucumber tendrils, the helical offshoots that grasp onto fences and the rest they are able to, to create synthetic muscle-like fibers. The new fibers can temporarily contract and increase, and …

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Superhydrophic “Nanoflowers” for Biomedical Applications

Superhydrophic “Nanoflowers” for Biomedical Applications July eighth, 2019 Siavash Parkhideh Materials, Medicine, Nanomedicine Researchers from Texas A&M University have advanced new nanomaterial with superhydrophobic houses. Their fresh e-newsletter demonstrates that through controlling atomic-scale defects of their nanomaterial, they might use it to repel water and blood on glass, paper, and …

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The Physical Performance Show: Dr Christian Moro – Assistant Prof. Biomedical Sciences Bond University: Physiology and Anatomy

The Physical Performance Show: Dr Christian Moro – Assistant Prof. Biomedical Sciences Bond University: Physiology and Anatomy In episode 156 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer stocks a dialog with Dr Christian Moro – Assistant Prof. Biomedical Sciences Bond University: Physiology and Anatomy. Dr Christian Moro is the Assistant Professor of …

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