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Part 1c – Design for Manufacturing Introduction

This is the third of four videos covering Design for Manufacturing techniques in the Advanced Design System. For more information: http://www.agilent.com/find/eesof-ads For a free evaluation copy of ADS: http://www.agilent.com/find/eesof-ads-latest-downloads Duration : 0:9:59

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DC motor Peristaltic pump USB control

This is a demonstration of a dual brushed DC motor peristaltic pump control. This configuration can be used in microfluidics, fluidic mixing in industrial and other commercial settings. This compact controller is fully controlled via the USB. Duration : 0:5:7

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Is nanotechnology going to be the next technological revolution?

We have seen great progress in technology over the last 200 years: Industrial, Atomic, Space, Information. There’s much research into nanotechnology. Is nanotech already making a technological impact? What do you think would be the next nanotech advances? Not the next one. Nano isn’t about just being small, it’s about manipulating from the atom structure […]

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Part 1a – Design for Manufacturing Introduction

This is the first of four videos covering Design for Manufacturing techniques in the Advanced Design System. For more information: http://www.agilent.com/find/eesof-ads For a free evaluation copy of ADS: http://www.agilent.com/find/eesof-ads-latest-downloads Duration : 0:9:50

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E.coli Swimming In Microfluidic Channel Under Laminar Flow

University of Vermont’s Dr. Jane Hill’s Lab of the Engineering Department – animation on a section of research conducted by members of the lab. Animation by Katie Medrek. September 27, 2009. Duration : 0:0:35

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microRNA Profiling Using a High Performance, Flexible µParaflo® Biochip Platform

Abstract: An advanced microfluidic biochip system designed to produce high quality data, stay current with the rapidly evolving microRNA field, and perform diverse small RNA discovery experiments is presented. This technology’s unique flexibility allows for miRBase synchronicity and design of customized biochips adapted to each researcher’s specific needs. Applications featuring disease marker discovery, drug treatment, […]

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What is the best method for having recorded audio play when in the vicinity of ferrous metals?

I am working on an engineering project and I am looking for ways to have recorded audio play when in close vicinity to ferrous metal. Specifically, I’d want the method to be as compact as possible. I’d assume companies sell sensors that can detect these metals through induction. Also companies probably sell devices that play […]

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How nanotechnology is going to change the world?

There was an era of IT. Then it moved to Biotechnology era. Currently, Now Nanotechnology is applied in a lot of fields. How does this technology going to change the world? They are experimenting with a nano layer of neoprene on the inside of tennis balls which stops the balls from going soft in play

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Part 1d – Design for Manufacturing Introduction

This is the fourth of four videos covering Design for Manufacturing techniques in the Advanced Design System. For more information: http://www.agilent.com/find/eesof-ads For a free evaluation copy of ADS: http://www.agilent.com/find/eesof-ads-latest-downloads Duration : 0:6:20

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Lab on a Tube

This video shows droplet libraries which have been generated in capillary tubing using miniature droplet generators. The droplets are encapsulated in silicone oil. Each droplet is chemically isolated from the others and from the walls of the tubing. Trains of droplets in a ‘spool format’ can serve as miniature chemical libraries for high throughput screening. […]