Test developed by UNMC researchers would gauge risk of coronary disease

Test developed by UNMC researchers would gauge risk of coronary disease  Click here for original release http://www.omaha.com/livewellnebraska/health/test-developed-by-unmc-researchers-would-gauge-risk-of-coronary/article_a129fb72-7f57-5bc8-8b1b-5f1b5ad36349.html Once thought to be a problem largely of smokers and people with poor diet and exercise habits, coronary artery disease — or buildup of plaque inside the arteries — is something that virtually all adults eventually develop, research now…
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Seal The Deal

Sealing the Deal Click here for original release http://engineering.und.edu/news/2013/11/paint-can-sealer.cfm While working in a hardware store in 2008, Michael Lupelow, ’13, knew there had to be an easier way to seal paint cans. As part of a class project and with the assistance of a UND professor, Lupelow eventually turned his solution into reality. And now…
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Beauty trends in Israel: personalisation

Beauty trends in Israel: personalisation Beauty Code Genetics Inc. established in 2018, provides a personalised color cosmetic matching service. This technology links commercially available color cosmetics to the consumer’s genetic code. The venture is based on the know-how of Professor Karl Skorecki, who is an expert in the field of Population Genetics and DNA Signatures.…
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Ceramic injection-molding technology

Ceramic injection-molding technology produces cheaper, stronger complex ceramic parts Cars, rockets, cell phones and many other items could soon be manufactured faster, greener, less expensively and with more precision than traditional methods thanks to a ceramic engineering company commercializing a Purdue innovation. Scientific Ceramic Engineering has licensed a Purdue ceramic injection-molding technology that utilizes room…
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