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Medicine, Technology    April 11, 2016
Posted by Michael Torrice

A wearable, graphene-based patch could one day maintain healthy blood glucose levels in people by measuring the sugar in sweat and then delivering the necessary dose of a diabetes drug through the skin (Nat. Nanotech. 2016, DOI: 10.1038/nnano.2016.38). The device takes scientists a step closer to the “coveted prize” in diabetes care: a noninvasive method to monitor […]

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Energy, Medicine    September 29, 2015
Posted by Brian Wang

A Huge Leap Forward is possible for the bottom 2 billion people within 5 to 10 years Two thirds of the rural population in developing countries are without electricity. This leaves limited options for lighting. Many turn to kerosene or paraffin oil. It was estimated that 88 billion liters of kerosene are burned purely for […]

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