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LIHerald.com | January 3, 2018
A trio of students from a couple of Five Towns high schools presented their research projects at the Materials Research Society meeting at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on Nov. 25 to 30.
Science | December 12, 2018
Implanted electronics can steady hearts, calm tremors, and heal wounds—but at a cost. These machines are often large, obtrusive contraptions with batteries and wires, which require surgery to implant and sometimes need replacement. That's changing. At a meeting of the Materials Research Society here last month, biomedical engineers unveiled bioelectronics that can do more in less space, require no batteries, and can even dissolve when no longer needed.
Penn State News | December 11, 2018
Susan Trolier-McKinstry, the Steward S. Flaschen Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Penn State, and former MRS President, had a close, long-time working relationship with renowned materials scientist Robert E. Newnham. After Newnham fell ill shortly after the two began collaboration on a textbook, Trolier-McKinstry promised him that she would finish it in his honor. The textbook, “Materials Engineering: Bonding, Structure, and Structure-Property Relationships,” was published in December 2017 by MRS and Cambridge University Press.
Physics World | November 26, 2018
At this week’s meeting of the Materials Research Society in Boston, US, scientists from all over the world will be sizing up the latest equipment for materials characterization. Highlights included an affordable and versatile platform for analytical chemistry and electrochemistry that combines an inverted optical microscope (IOM) with an atomic force microscope to enable advanced research on materials such as membranes, organic devices and electronics, and biological and pathological samples; and a tunable continuous-wave laser that has been specifically designed for demanding applications in nanophotonics, atomic physics, and quantum optics.
Business Insider | November 23, 2018
Rigaku Corporation is presenting its diverse lines of X-ray diffraction (XRD), X-ray fluorescence (XRF) and Raman spectroscopy instrumentation at the 2018 MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit, Sunday November 25 to Friday, November 30, 2018.
Asian Scientist | November 20, 2018
Professor Hideo Hosono, director of the Materials Research Center for Elementary Strategy at the Tokyo Instiitute of Technology has been conferred the Von Hippel Award, the highest honor given by the Materials Research Society (MRS) of the US. Read more from Asian Scientist Magazine at: https://www.asianscientist.com/2018/11/topnews/hideo-hosono-von-hippel-award/
The Exponent | November 19, 2018
Thanks to researchers at Purdue, the healing process for the 15 percent of Americans that suffer with ulcers formed from diabetes may soon become much more portable. One of the researchers on the project, Babak Ziaie, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, says the team has created a shoe insole that allows oxygen, one way to heal ulcers, to reach the ulcer throughout the day, allowing for more mobility for the patient. This research was recently published in MRS Communications.
NDTV | November 19, 2018
Researchers have developed a shoe insole that could help make the healing process more portable for people who develop ulcers as a result of diabetes.The researchers used lasers to shape silicone-based rubber into insoles, and then create reservoirs that release oxygen only at the part of the foot where the ulcer is located, according to research recently published in MRS Communications.
My Medical Mantra | November 19, 2018
A new device from engineers at Purdue University could save feet or legs for diabetes patients by healing ulcers as they walk. A gel insole get oxygen to the affected area, boosting a patient's mobility and helping ulcers heal, according to research recently published in MRS Communications.
Health Medicine Network | November 19, 2018
Purdue University researchers have developed a shoe insole that could help make the healing process more portable for the 15 percent of Americans who develop ulcers as a result of diabetes, according to research recently published in MRS Communications.
Daily News | November 19, 2018
Researchers have developed a shoe insole that could help make the healing process more portable for people who develop ulcers as a result of diabetes. Diabetic ulcers commonly result from high blood sugar damaging nerves, which takes away feeling from the toes or feet. "One of the ways to heal these wounds is by giving them oxygen," said Babak Ziaie, Professor at the Purdue University in the US. Ziaie's research was recently published in MRS Communications.
Science & Technology Research News | November 19, 2018
Purdue University researchers have developed a shoe insole that could help make the healing process more portable for the 15 percent of Americans who develop ulcers as a result of diabetes, according to research published in MRS Communications.
Market Business News | November 17, 2018
Scientists have developed a new shoe insole that may heal diabetic ulcers while you walk. Purdue University engineers say that their new shoe insole could help the 15% of Americans with diabetes who develop diabetic ulcers, according to research published in MRS Communications.