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SciFri 051311 Hour 1: Mississippi Flood Control, Schizophrenic Computer, Sun and Lenses

May 13, 2011 12:37 pm Podcasts Comments

Trying to contain a mighty river, modeling schizophrenia in computers, and a video about light and lenses.

X-Fingers by Didrick Medical Inc.

May 13, 2011 11:30 am | by DanielDean111 Videos Comments

Here you can see a two finger assembly replacing the 3rd and 4th digits (middle and ring fingers).

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X-Fingers for diabetics suffering from limb loss.

May 13, 2011 11:30 am | by DanielDean111 Videos Comments

Dan Didrick has been developing new X-Finger designs which now accommodates more than 600 variations of assemblies. His initial design was able to replace 5th digits (pinky's) and he recently developed a breakthrough enabling 3rd and 4th digits to be fit much more accurately than ever...

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SciFri 042911 Hour 2: Napping Neurons, Blood Transfusion History, SETI

May 9, 2011 3:39 am Podcasts Comments

Napping neurons in the sleepy brain, a book about the history of blood transfusion, and Jill Tarter on SETI funding.

SciFri 042911 Hour 1: Cape Wind, Electric Cars, Annoying Book

May 9, 2011 3:39 am Podcasts Comments

Offshore wind power goes ahead, the Revenge of the Electric Car, and a new book looks at the science of what bugs us.

SciFri 050611 Hour 1: Thomas Dolby, Gadgets and Privacy, Video Pick

May 9, 2011 3:39 am Podcasts Comments

Musician and techie Thomas Dolby, privacy and mobile gadgets, fluorescent rocks.

SciFri 050611 Hour 2: Gravity Probe, Fat, Viruses

May 9, 2011 3:39 am Podcasts Comments

Space mission provides evidence for Einstein, news about fat and health, and Carl Zimmer on viruses.

Secant Medical Overview

May 4, 2011 6:36 am | by jk2608 Videos Comments

A detailed summary of Secant Medical's technology and how they work with their clients in the field of medical devices.

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SciFri 042211 Hour 2: Soundscape Ecology, Solar Update, Alzheimers Diagnosis, Science Diction

April 25, 2011 6:38 am Podcasts Comments

Listening to ecosystems, progress on a Mojave solar installation, new diagnosis guidelines for Alzheimers, and the origins of the word robot.

SciFri 042211 Hour 1: 30 Years of Shuttles, Video Pick

April 25, 2011 6:38 am Podcasts Comments

Ira and guests look back on the space shuttle program, and talk about what might come next. Plus, astronaut videos.

Nortech Systems' Paul Fink discusses the company's engineering services for medical devices

April 19, 2011 12:31 pm | by MDTeditor Videos Comments

Paul Fink, the life sciences business unit manager at Nortech Systems, talks about the expertise Nortech Systems offers in helping companies transition from the design phase to manufacturing. Development of supply chain, design for manufacturability, design for supply chain, and design...

Micheal Ginsberg leafs through the Qosina catalog and discusses component offerings

April 19, 2011 12:31 pm | by MDTeditor Videos Comments

Qosina provides a large variety of components to medical device manufacturers, including luers, ports, caps, tuohy borst adapters, USP Class VI tubing, spikes, instrument guards, drip chambers, filters, hemostasis valves, plastisol connectors, check valves, and more. Micheal Ginsberg...

Secant Medical's Amy Woltman shows textile options for medical devices

April 19, 2011 12:31 pm | by MDTeditor Videos Comments

Amy Woltman discusses several examples of the weaves, knits, and braidings that Secant Medical is capable of producing for medical device applications, while Joannie Anthony provides some brief insights on the company. Visit http://www.secantmedical.com for more information about Secant Medical.

Arkema's Carmen Rodriguez introduces the next generation of Plexiglas resins

April 19, 2011 12:30 pm | by MDTeditor Videos Comments

Carmen Rodriguez, business manager of resin products for Arkema, proudly introduces the next generation of Plexiglas resins to the medical device community. The new offering demonstrates excellent stress cracking resistance. Visit http://www.plexiglas.com and http://www.altuglasint.com...

MicroCare Medical's Jay Tourigny highlights a silicone swelling fluid technology

April 19, 2011 12:30 pm | by MDTeditor Videos Comments

Jay Tourigny talks about MicroCare Medical's silicone swelling fluid. This technology enables silicone tubing or components to be swelled up temporarily so it can be slid over another component or tube. After a short time, the swelled item completely returns to its original form with its...

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