Heard Of System-On-Chip, How About Gut-On-Chip?

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Testing new drugs and treatments (for diseases affecting humans) on animal models does not actually work all the time. That’s why we believe that researchers around the world will find the so-called “gut-on-chip” very helpful. Developed by the research team at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, the microdevice has the structure, physiology, and mechanics of the human intestine. The new product will allow researchers to study more about intestinal disorders and the safety and effectiveness of treatments.

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SanDisk’s smallest USB Flash Drive yet, the Cruzer Blade

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SanDisk has just unveiled the smallest USB Flash drive they have ever made. The SanDisk Cruzer Blade is its name, and it’s about the size of a paper clip (the bigger ones) and weighs about the same as a penny (just 2.5 grams); that’s incredibly small and probably way too easy to loose for someone of my age and mental ability to recollect where things are.

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