Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Future of Robots in Hospitals

Guest Post by Philip J Reed on behalf of The International Institute for Robotic Surgery, a George Washington University Hospital program performing minimally invasive robotic surgery procedures Medical robots are becoming even more of a common feature in hospitals across … Continue reading

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Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
I stumbled across this project by a group of Amsterdam University-based students of new media who are putting together videos and Henri Lefebvre’s remarks on rhythmanalysis. They write that: “Our videos employ main themes of Lefebvre’s…

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Originally posted on Educating Professionals:
In 1952, Rutgers University Professor Selman Waksman won the Nobel Prize for developing Streptomycin, a powerful antibiotic that cured tuberculosis.  His 23-year old graduate student, Albert Schatz, claimed to have been the first to isolate the bacterium…

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