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MEMS Heatuator

The joint lecture about an introduction to MEMS, which was developed by Dr. Osamu Tabata at Kyoto University and Dr. Man Wong at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), has been also held in this year as a part of an educational program entitled “Micro Electro Mechanical System Creation” for the master course […]

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Nano- and Micro-systems that help people

The Miki Lab is developing machines that help people based on entirely new concepts, using microscopic structures of micrometer and nanometer sizes. The Lab is utilizing a diverse range of nano- and micro-manufacturing technologies, with the aim of innovations in human interfaces, healthcare, the environment, and energy. [Human Interfaces] Q.For example, someone who cant get […]

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Nanotech Skis

A group of UNR mechanical engineering students apply nanotechnology concepts to experimental ski prototypes. Brandon Rittiman, Jay Nobles, KTVN Channel 2 News, Reno Aired: 12/03/09 Duration : 0:2:33

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MEMS Robot from the University of Warterloo

A University of Waterloo engineering research team has developed the world’s first flying microrobot capable of manipulating objects for microscale applications. http://newsrelease.uwaterloo.ca/news.php?id=5055 Duration : 0:0:11

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Microfluidic Sensors and Actuators

EECS 500 Hongrui Jiang Ph.D. Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009 @ 11:30 AM Duration : 1:2:3

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Micro machines – CNN Science & Technology Week, Sept. 20, 1992

Micro machines segment on CNN's Science & Technology Week, recorded September 20, 1992 OF COURSE, the Department of Defense sees applications. … Duration : 0:3:26

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On using nanotechnology to improve cancer treatment: Shuming Nie, Biomedical Engineering

Dr. Shuming Nie is the Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Chair Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology, with joint appointments in chemistry, materials science and engineering, and hematology and oncology. Duration : 0:2:56

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Robot design 08 at MTRN@UNSW (HQ)

Each group of 3-5 students needs to design an intelligent robot… Duration : 0:3:40

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Okayama University’s Artificial Muscle

DigInfo: http://movie.diginfo.tv – With the increasing elderly population who need physical istance moving around, Okayama University is working on a Mckibben Artificial Muscle system that uses air pressure to help the elderly and disabled move. The system consists of a thin mesh over a rubber tube that expands and contracts like real muscles as air […]

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DNA Lab on a Chip

Researchers at Duke University foresee devices no bigger than a wristwatch replacing the table-top sized machinery now used for monitoring enzymes in the bloodstream or measuring harmful chemicals in the environment. Learn more at http://research.duke.edu/microfluidic/. Duration : 0:1:16