Nicholas Berendt, European Marketing Manager at Sealed Air, explained how films for pharmaceuticals can be used to separate two individual ingredients for example in anti-cancer drug therapy . Watch more videos at: http://www.MEDICA.de
Jim Brown of Colder Products Company demonstrates a new connector technology for MDT Editor-in-Chief, Sean Fenske at the MD&M West 2010 show. Jim also discusses new connector options in their product line. Visit http://www.colder.com or http://www.fittingsexpress.com for more information...
New Scale specializes in ingeniously small motion systems ideal for use in consumer electronics, medical devices, security systems and scientific instrumentation. This 2-minute overview video introduces our SQUIGGLE micro motor and TRACKER position sensor technology.
Jim Brown, Medical Business Unit Manager at Colder Products Company, introduces a new connector that enables fluid, gas, and electronics to all be linked through one, easy to secure connector without the risk of shortage from exposure of the electronics to the fluid. Visit...
It's common knowledge that BLU-RAY laser diodes are sensitive to ESD and other forms of power surges. LASORB protects all laser diodes from both positive and negative ESD, whether the laser diode is operating or not.
Randy Sablich and Fred Pitman of DRC Metrigraphics explain the company's miniaturization technology to MDT Editor-in-Chief, Sean Fenske, at the MD&M West 2010 show. Visit http://www.drc.com/metrigraphics for more information about DRC Metrigraphics.
Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief of Medical Design Technology, gives brief highlights of several innovative technologies seen at the MD&M East 2010 show in NYC. There are several companies featured in this video. They are: SelectConnect Technologies - http://www.selectconnecttech.com/ Nelson...
A simple technology called a magnetic hearing loop allows wearers of specially outfitted hearing aids to get a wireless signal transmitted directly to their ear. The technology transforms garbled PA sounds into clear announcements. Hearing-impaired user David Myers explains.
Benjamin Franklin was a printer, politician, diplomat and journalist. But, despite only two years of schooling, he was also an ingenious scientist. Nobel Prize-winning chemist Dudley Herschbach and Franklin biographer Philip Dray discuss the achievements of America's first great scientist.
The sun has cycles -- periods of high activity, when it has a lot of sunspots, and low activity, when things on the surface seem calm. NASA astronomer David Hathaway says activity is unusually low right now. A new solar observatory may shine light on the mystery.
Reporting in the journal Science, researchers write of finding certain sets of genes that are more common in centenarians than in the average population. Study author Dr. Thomas Perls, founder and director of the New England Centenarian Study, discusses the results.
Onions and garlic have evolved chemical weapons to protect themselves from predation and disease. In his book Garlic and Other Alliums: The Lore and the Science, chemist Eric Block describes that intricate chemistry, and writes of alliums in kitchens, medicine cabinets and opera houses.
For the next few weeks, Venus, Saturn and Mars move closer together in the night sky, culminating in what astronomers call a "trio" in early August. The Hayden Planetarium's Joe Rao describes where to find the planets, and other night sky sights to look out for this summer.
Hosts: Marc Pelletier and George W. Farr, Ph.D., vice president of biochemistry and biophysics at Aeromics and adjunct professor of physiology and biophysics at Case Western Reserve University "Blended Rabbits, Bearded Crystals, and Protein Crystallography." Dr. Alexander McPherson...
Anthropologist Yohannes Haile-Selassie talks about a recently unearthed Australopithecus afarensis skeleton nicknamed "Kadanuumuu." He says the individual predates "Lucy" by about 400,000 years, and that the bones suggest upright walking originated earlier than previously thought.