Archive: 04/15/2011

SLU neurosurgeon pushes brain bypass to new heights

On the cover of a recent edition of the journal Neurosurgery, the highest circulation medical journal in the field, readers saw an artist's intricate depiction of the high-flow brain bypass technique developed by SLU profes ...

Apr 15, 2011
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Algae may be the solution to blindness

(PhysOrg.com) -- The song about three blind mice may just be a song of the past according to new research presented by neuroscientist Alan Horsager from the Institute of Genetic Medicine at the University of Southern California ...

Apr 15, 2011
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Self-control key to happier life

(PhysOrg.com) -- New Zealand’s first symposium exploring how self-control in young children leads to better outcomes in later life is being hosted at the Wellington campus by Massey University’s School of Public ...

Apr 15, 2011
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Introducing the world's first intubation robot

First there was McSleepy. Now it's time to introduce the first intubation robot operated by remote control. This robotic system named The Kepler Intubation System (KIS), and developed by Dr. Thomas M. Hemmerling, McGill University ...

Apr 15, 2011
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