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Ergonomic Touch-Free User Interfaces

A team of researchers from the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have patented a portfolio of innovations that harness depth sensing technology to analyze human motion for touch-free control of devices and motion capture. This “Ergonomic Touch...
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Dopamine2 Specific Promoter

Researchers in Prof. Karl Diesseroth’s laboratory have discovered a Dopamine receptor type 2 specific promoter (D2SP) that can be used to transfect, identify and isolate Dopamine R2 (D2R)-expressing cells. Because the promoter is highly specific (98.2%)...
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