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Obesity prevents injections from reaching muscle

...scular injections with the addition of a small air bubble into the upper quadrant of the buttocks using a st...the CT images to determine the location of the air bubble and also measured body mass index, distance to injection site and thickness of fat and muscle. The o...

WOWing the crowds

...ops. Confining individual tests within a cell-like bubble allowed them to employ a widely-used method for analyzing living cells. This method involves adding a fluorescent marker that lights up in color when activated by the right protein and sorting through the cells for those containing the marked protein...

Cure for reading glasses may be in view

...aracteristic of the reflection, you know where the bubble is," O'Donnell said. "It uses exactly the same technology as ultrasound imaging." In this way, researchers measure how far the bubbles have moved based on the force applied, and thus measure the pliability of the lens. "The bubbles show you where th...

M. D. Anderson teaches the art of aromatherapy to soothe and heal

A bubble bath that improves memory. A kitchen cleaner that wards off nausea and energizes. A scented handkerchief that calms a patient entering the MRI. The benefits of aromatherapy are real. Below, learn the uses, healing properties and how-tos of using arom...

Chemists make tiny molecular rings with big potential

...bubbles in the end collapse to that one particular bubble you were looking for," he said. While there are other methods for making polymer rings and chains, this is the only one that solely makes rings. It's also the only one for which the catalyst is reusable indefinitely, which Chisholm counts as a sign...

PhD researcher develops inexpensive, sustainable production method in just 2 years

... material produced to evaporate and float in a gas bubble on top of the liquid. It is easy to remove this gaseous mixture. The ionic liquid's fluid mixture and the catalyst remain behind in the kettle for reuse. The pressure is lowered further for the gaseous mixture, causing the end product to separate int...

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