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Malaria breaking and entering cell - First time on camera
posted February 25 2011 21:45.45 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Malaria has a really bad reputation - i wonder why. The Plasmodium parasite responsible for malaria is also responsible for the death of a million people yearly, who were bit by...

[Via: newscientist]    [Link: Walter and Eliza Hall Institute]
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Tags: sick   microscope   biotechnology   innovations   health & nature   science   



Meet the smallest computer ever!
posted February 22 2011 21:20.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the smallest computer ever created, a complete millimeter-scale computing system, designed by researcher in the University of Michigan. This prototype is made to be...

[Via: popsci]
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Tags: pressure   low power   innovations   biotechnology   health & nature   science   sensors   research   inventions   








3D printers will print body parts
posted February 22 2011 20:12.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is how it goes: Your body will be scanned with a special scanner, and a huge amount of data will be stored in your personal file. If for any reason you miss a body part like...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: bbc]
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Tags: futuristic   theory/tutorial   crazy designs   biotechnology   innovations   science   health & nature   3D printing   experiments   research   



The microbial fuel cell generates energy from insects!!!
posted February 18 2011 21:31.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It is a device that converts chemical energy to electrical energy by the catalytic reaction of microorganisms and bacteria, consuming for example flies and other insects. The device...

[Via: walyou]    [Link: microbialfuelcell]
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Tags: microbial fuel cell   biotechnology   innovations   animals   science   inventions   chemistry   



IR transceiver measures heart beats from fingertip
posted February 6 2011 19:58.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Rajendra tipped us of his latest project, which is really interesting in terms of DIY and science. He made a heart beat meter, which counts your heart beats from the from the...

[Link: embedded-lab]
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Tags: electronic project   physics   diy   microcontroller   pic   sensors   health & nature   biotechnology   








Biologists erased the memory of a mouse! Freaking
posted January 31 2011 22:07.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Biotechnology is getting creepier day by day. This time, a scientific team from the University of Aberdee, managed to erase the working memory of a mouse. This type of memory is...

[Link: arstechnica]
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Tags: biotechnology   health & nature   science   animals   experiments   research   chemistry   



This is the story of the last glass eye maker in Britain
posted January 26 2011 21:46.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the story of Jost Haas, a German native working from London. His job is to make glass eyes with a technique that has been used...

[Link: yatzer]
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Tags: history   biotechnology   health & nature   



E.Coli Bacteria to store huge amount of data!
posted January 13 2011 20:16.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This discovery was made by a group of Chinese University students in Hong Kong. They discovered a method to encrypt and store data in the DNA of E.Coli bacteria, with an outstanding...

[Link: popsci]
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