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Health – Future Feeder http://www.futurefeeder.com Wed, 08 Jul 2015 14:06:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.12 E.O. Wilson: Help build the Encyclopedia of Life http://www.futurefeeder.com/2007/04/eo-wilson-help-build-the-encyclopedia-of-life/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2007/04/eo-wilson-help-build-the-encyclopedia-of-life/#comments Tue, 17 Apr 2007 01:58:03 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/index.php/archives/2007/04/16/eo-wilson-help-build-the-encyclopedia-of-life/ fp_bigant_over.gif

As E.O. Wilson accepts his 2007 TED Prize, he makes a plea on behalf of his constituents, the insects and small creatures, to learn more about our biosphere. We know so little about nature, he says, that we’re still discovering tiny organisms indispensable to life; yet we’re still steadily destroying nature. Wilson identifies five grave threats to biodiversity (a term he coined), using the acronym HIPPO, and makes his TED wish: that we will work together on the Encyclopedia of Life, a web-based compendium of data from scientists and amateurs on every aspect of the biosphere. [TED] [480p video]

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Elegant Embellishments http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/10/elegant-embellishments/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/10/elegant-embellishments/#comments Sun, 22 Oct 2006 22:23:36 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/index.php/archives/2006/10/22/elegant-embellishments/ elegant-embellishments.jpg

Elegant Embellishments is developing a decorative, three-dimensional architectural tile that can be installed quickly to reduce air pollution in urban environments. The tiles provide councils, developers, and designers with the ability to rapidly improve urban environments in terms of air quality and visual appeal.

via wmmna

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The Inner Life of the Cell http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/09/the-inner-life-of-the-cell/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/09/the-inner-life-of-the-cell/#comments Sun, 24 Sep 2006 01:02:49 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/index.php/archives/2006/09/23/the-inner-life-of-the-cell/

via information aesthetics

[xvivo press release]

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VeinViewer http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/05/veinviewer/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/05/veinviewer/#comments Mon, 01 May 2006 19:08:16 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/index.php/archives/2006/05/01/veinviewer/  veinviewer.jpg

VeinViewer™ by Luminetx projects a clear real-time image of your subcutaneous vasculature.

via Medgadget

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Learning Retinal Implant System http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/01/learning-retinal-implant-system/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2006/01/learning-retinal-implant-system/#comments Thu, 19 Jan 2006 03:05:55 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/?p=752

Intelligent Medical Implants AG (IMI), has successfully implanted two patients with its camera to retina transmiter with a unique ‘learning’ capability.

via Medgadget

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Adult Brain Cell Growth http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/12/adult-brain-cell-growth/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/12/adult-brain-cell-growth/#respond Thu, 29 Dec 2005 02:39:06 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/?p=735

Despite the prevailing belief that adult brain cells don’t grow, a researcher at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory reports in the Dec. 27 issue of Public Library of Science (PLoS) Biology that structural remodeling of neurons does in fact occur in mature brains. . . In 3-D time-lapse images, the brain cells look like plants sprouting together. Some push out tentative tendrils that grow around, or retract from contact with, neighboring cells. Dendrite tips that look like the thinnest twigs grow longer. [press release]

via Medgadget

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Imagining Painlessness http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/12/imagining-painlessness/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/12/imagining-painlessness/#comments Thu, 22 Dec 2005 01:10:57 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/?p=726

Using real-time fMRI, researchers have shown how patients are able to take control over their pain by watching the activity from the pain regulating area of the brain. “Neuroimaging therapy,” with practice may offer a highly effective solution for chronic pain.

via Wired

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Virtual Autopsy http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/11/virtual-autopsy/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/11/virtual-autopsy/#comments Wed, 30 Nov 2005 00:29:10 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/?p=684

During the past 18 months, radiologists in Sweden have performed more than 100 virtual autopsies on murder victims, according to Anders Ynnerman, a professor in the Department of Science and Technology at Linköpings University, who also works at the Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV) in Linköping. Ynnerman says evidence from virtual autopsies has been used to clarify the cause of death in several criminal trials in Sweden.

via Medgadget

Virtopsy | born from the desire to implement new techniques in radiology for the benefit of forensic science.

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Bio-Paper for Printing Organs http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/11/bio-paper-for-printing-organs/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/11/bio-paper-for-printing-organs/#comments Thu, 10 Nov 2005 06:38:12 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/?p=651

An emerging branch of medicine called “organ printing” takes a patient’s own healthy cells and uses a printer, cell-based “bio-ink” and “bio-paper” to create tissue to repair a damaged organ.

A new hydrogel or “bio-paper”,developed by the University of Utah College of Pharmacy, enables printing of organs by layering thin sheets embedded with cells. The cells and liquid hydrogel are put in the printer cartridge and then dropped into three-dimensional, 1-microliter dots that form layers as the hydrogel hardens. The cells form tissue that can be implanted into a damaged organ. Glenn D. Prestwich believes testing will begin on humans in the next year as research pushes to repair damaged organs in real-time.

via Medgadget

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Implantable Miniature Telescope http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/11/implantable-miniature-telescope/ http://www.futurefeeder.com/2005/11/implantable-miniature-telescope/#comments Thu, 03 Nov 2005 04:49:56 +0000 http://futurefeeder.com/?p=643

The prosthetic telescope, by VisionCare, is permanently implanted into one eye in patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) to reduce the ‘blind spot’, drastically improving vision (in over 200 patients in the phase 1 study).

via Medgadget | Israel21c

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