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Rather than pricking a finger to do blood tests, professors at Baylor University are working on a small painless sensor that emits electromagnetic waves to test blood sugar.
Sensitive babies don’t have to worry about being sick any longer, now that the Thermofocus 5-in1 Infrared Thermometer® has been invented.
Researchers have discovered that the common blow-fly has a brain that fires neurons in a way that could be replicated by highly efficient next-generation computers.
To succeed in business, you must have a business plan. Business plans serve as the roadmap for your start-up. It also helps the entrepreneur view the economic viability of his proposed business by analyzing its various aspects.
Fred's got a couple killer tooth products on the market, and there's soon to be a new one: Hokus Poke- Us. Do you think Fred has a sense of humor? Does he have a certain thing for teeth? His toothy products are covered here, so you decide.
The IP video surveillance space just got a little bit smarter with the rollout of the VideoIQ iCVR, which is being billled as the world's first high-performance, day-and-night network camera.
Kids are squirmy, and gravity can get ya when you least expect it. This must have been what one Scottish mom was thinking when she created the ThudGuard. read more »
In some parts of the world, more than 60% of a home's energy bill goes toward heating. In an effort to reduce some of that expense - and solve a problem of their own at the same time - researchers at IBM in Switzerland are hoping to put computers to the rescue.