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Cell Smasher

February 18, 2017

Real-time on chip mechanical analysis with micro hammer(Image credit: UCSB) The world’s tiniest hammer will allow UCSB researchers to get a cellular-level understanding of what happens when force [more...]

3-D Antibody Arrays Offer Better Sensing

January 11, 2017

MIT chemical engineers discovered that they could force antibodies and other proteins to form layers by attaching each protein to a polymer tail. The proteins and polymers repel each other, so the [more...]

Detecting Emotions With Wireless Signals

September 26, 2016

Left to right: PhD student Fadel Adib, PhD student Mingmin Zhao, and Professor Dina Katabi pose with their EQ-Radio device, which can detect emotion using wireless signals (Image Photo: Jason [more...]

Survey Microfluidics and Sensors

June 4, 2016

A schematic of a thermal mass flow meter (Image Credit: Wikiwand) As requested by Mr. Henne van Heeren, an invitation for Microfluidics and Sensors Voluntary Survey conduced by enablingMNT is [more...]
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