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Predicting the future: Mirror neurons reflect the intentions of others

...he mug is empty, the pitcher is on its side, and a napkin lies crumpled beside scattered cookie crumbs--the dregs of an apparently well-enjoyed snack. The "action" clip shows only an empty mug, being grasped either by the whole hand around the rim (called whole-hand prehension), or with the fingers on the h...

Biodegradable napkin -- featuring sensitive nanofibers -- may quickly detect biohazards

...taminated places could soon be as easy as wiping a napkin or paper towel across a surface, says a researcher...ched to their targets. Users would simply wipe the napkin across a surface; if a biohazard were detected, the surface could be disinfected and retested with a...

Biodegradable 'napkin' could help quickly detect, identify biohazards

...ous substances could soon be as simple as wiping a napkin or paper towel across a table, according to Cornell University researchers. Once fully developed, the new absorbent wipe, embedded with nanofibers containing antibodies to numerous biohazards, could be used by virtually anyone to rapidly uncover path...

ACS Weekly PressPac -- September 6, 2006

...ous substances could soon be as simple as wiping a napkin or paper towel across a table, according to Cornell University researchers. Once fully developed, the new absorbent wipe, embedded with nanofibers containing antibodies to numerous biohazards, could be used by virtually anyone to rapidly uncover path...

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