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FDA Publishes Draft Medical Device Cybersecurity Guidance Amidst Continued Cybersecurity Concerns

On April 08, 2022, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a draft cybersecurity guidance document for medical devices, titled Cybersecurity in Medical Devices: Quality...

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To study matter on increasingly smaller scales, scientists need faster light. The speed of light is constant, of course, but "faster" here refers to the... Read More »
A major focus of superconductor research is manipulating the critical temperature of various superconducting materials. The properties of such materials could be very ... Read More »
Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are the latest craze in consumer electronics, but thats set to change with new research from Umeå University in Sweden... Read More »
Scientists have been lowering size limits on optical imaging for more than a century, but Australian researchers may have hit the bottom. Optical microscopy relies on ... Read More »
How many servings of vegetables did you have this week? It’s hard to recall what we eat, making nutrition research difficult. Instead of asking, some... Read More »
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Ann ConkleAccording to write-up from Yale, a compound in the carotinoids resonates strongly with the specific wavelength of blue light they are using. So, it seems to me that it could be easily adapted to other biomarkers, as long as you can find the right wavelength of light to use.
May 23, 2012
Ann ConkleAnd yes, I can hear it now..."Johnny, eat your broccoli or I'm getting out the carotinoid detector!"
May 23, 2012
Professor Shin Jung Hoon’s team from the Department of Physics and the Graduate School of Nanoscience and Technology at the Korean Advanced Institute of... Read More »
Scientists have created a molecule that emits a turquoise light in living cells three times brighter than previously possible. This improves cellular imaging... Read More »
In 1879, Edison invented the light bulb, and now, almost one and a half centuries later, it has become almost a neglected piece of invention in most parts of the... Read More »
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thang nguyenhow do you know there is no patent?
Oct 15, 2011
Abhilasha Boravery inspiring piece of news!
Aug 26, 2011
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