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Dissolving ICs could be used as medical implants

9/28/2012 05:29 PM EDT
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anne-francoise.pele
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anne-francoise.pele   10/3/2012 4:16:41 PM
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A video is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnmHZXvJhlk

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krisi   10/1/2012 5:39:19 PM
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Pretty cool technology...Dr. Omenetto: would you be interested in giving a talk at emerging technologies symposium in Whistler in 2013? www.cmoset.com, kris.iniewski@gmail.com

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docdivakar   10/1/2012 5:26:47 PM
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I like the environmental monitoring aspect of this technology and it has many practical uses like reading soil's nitrogen content, salinity, dissolved oxygen content in lakes & rivers, etc. MP Divakar

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goafrit   9/28/2012 9:24:59 PM
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This has been in the labs for ages. When will they get this to the market?

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