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Compact Conical Fluid Diffuser for Power Plants and Engines

Engineers in Prof. John Eaton’s laboratory have developed a robust conical diffuser designed to shorten the overall length from the inlet to the outlet by reducing the reattachment length of separated flow. This is accomplished with a backward-facing st...
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In vivo Luminescent Detection of Beta-galactosidase Activity

Stanford researchers have developed a patented in vivo imaging analysis tool utilizing Sequential Reporter-Enzyme Luminescence (SRL) technology for luminescent detection of b-galactosidase, a widely used reporter gene. Luminescent detection is preferable...
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