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Noninvasive Angiographic-Derived FFR: Is Wireless Physiology Coming to Your Cath Lab Soon? - Cath Lab Digest (press release)


Cath Lab Digest (press release)
An interventional colleague asked, “What is the number of diagnostic-only cath labs in the United States or North America that could benefit from fractional flow reserve (FFR), or more specifically, angio-derived FFR, and not have to send their ...

Stempel dean honored for his work in toxicology - FIU News


FIU News
Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of the Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work and professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) is the recipient of this year's Distinguished Toxicologist Award from the Hispanic ...

What Should Grow in a Vacant Lot? - CityLab


CityLab
Swan is one of only a handful of ecologists in the world who do experiments in urban vacant lots—for that matter, ecologists rarely experiment in cities at all. His work is part of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, a massive long-term research project ...

Flow Cytometry: How does it work?

Corvallis - United States

Interactive flash animation showing how a flow cytometer works.

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Flow Cytometry
United States

Describes the technique, protocols for clinical trials, facilities and staff contacts at the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, Durham, North Carolina.

Flow Cytometry on the Web
United States

Listing of WWW resources devoted to flow cytometry.

Wright Fleming Institute: Flow Cytometry Facility
United Kingdom

Suite for teaching and raining researchers in designing and analysing experiments, including cell sorting, EliSpot and Luminex. Lists courses, charges and services at Imperial College London, UK.

Cytometry
United States

Embraces all aspects of analytical cytology: characterization and measurement of cells and cellular constitutents for biological, diagnostic, and therapeutic purposes.

Cytometry Information by Purdue University
United States

Links to related journals, webpages, college courses offered, equipment suppliers and educational tools. Includes search engines to look up published medical material.

Physiological Flow Network
United Kingdom

Organization that aims to promote research interactions between experts in the field of physiological flow modelling, and involves mathematicians, biologists and clinical practitioners as well as computational and experimental engineers. Provides information on members and meetings, which are held in the UK.

How a Flow Cytometer Operates
United States

Illustrated article from the University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Science Park, explaining the fundamentals of a flow cytometer.

Germany

Biography of botanist Eduard Strasburger, considered the founder of modern cytology.

How Sharks Work
United States

Tutorial with a jaw animation and photos.

How Bats Work
United States

Introduction to bats and bat species, covering the facts and myths about the only mammals that can fly. Find out how some bats see with sound, whether they really live in caves, and if the name "flying mice" is accurate. From How Stuff Works.