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S12-331
Screen Printed Actuators with Radially Interdigitated Through Thickness Optimally Spaced Electrodes

Stanford researchers have modeled and prototyped a unique design of screen printed piezoceramic actuators that have better performance than the traditional parallel plate design. This design takes advantage of the properties of porous piezo-ceramics to i...
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S11-462
Generating and Differentiating iPS or ES Cells with Enhanced Non-Integrative Reprogramming

Researchers in Prof. John Cooke’s laboratory have developed a safe, efficient method for nuclear reprogramming to create and differentiate iPSCs (induced pluripotent cells). This method can also be used to transdifferentiate somatic cells to a substant...
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