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Video: MEMS-Enabled Artificial Lung

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Alexander Wolfe
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Process apps?
Alexander Wolfe   8/11/2011 3:48:59 PM
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Fascinating video and story. In addition to the obviously important medical applications, it''d be interesting to see if these micromechanical structures, which support the interchange between two fluids, or a fluid and gas, have other applications in processes, such as the manufacture of pharmaceuticals or other chemicals.

Beth Stackpole
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Medical progress
Beth Stackpole   8/12/2011 11:52:36 AM
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Very interesting development, Doug.  I recall you recently writing about another technology initiative in this area for an artificial lung. Seems to be a lot of great work underway and that's heartening to see.

David McCollum
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Medical progress in other areas as well
David McCollum   8/29/2011 11:37:49 PM
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Fascinating technology. I'm still hoping for some progress on machines for non-invasive blood sugar monitoring, and perhaps one that can remove the excess sugar from the blood.

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