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Continuous Glucose Monitoring Algorithm to Prevent Hypoglycemia

An interdisciplinary team of researchers has developed a simple algorithm designed to safely modulate insulin delivery and prevent hypoglycemia in outpatients using a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) and insulin pump. This technology applies a Kalman filt...
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Dry-air Stable LixSi-Li2O Core-shell Nanoparticles as High Capacity Prelithiation Reagents

Stanford researchers in the Yi Cui Lab have demonstrated LixSi–Li2O core–shell nanoparticles as an excellent prelithiation reagent with high specific capacity to compensate the first-cycle capacity loss. These nanoparticles are p...
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