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EngeneOS will commercialize MIT's radio frequency biology, which uses radio waves to control biological molecules ... The University of Arizona and France's University of Rennes are developing IR glass fibers for biochemical sensors using evanescent wave spectroscopy ... University of Oklahoma and Ekips Technologies are developing the Breathmeter, which uses tunable diode-laser spectroscopy to diagnose diseases through molecular biomarkers in a person's breath ... At the University of Wales' Institute of Biological Sciences, researchers used horizontal attenuated total reflectance FT-IR spectroscopy to detect the bacterial contamination of meat products in real time ... UK-based Technometrics' Particle Size Distribution Analyzer uses a helical spring partly filled with powder, which when stretched and vibrated, discharges the powder with a size equal to the spring coil openings. Measuring the spring's resonant frequency provides the discharged powder's weight ...
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Title Annotation:Product Development; International Pages; New biochemical research
Comment:Technologies. (Technologies).(New biochemical research)(International Pages)(Product Development)
Publication:Instrument Business Outlook
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 15, 2002
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