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This ability, known as direct piezoelectricity, has applications as varied as guitar pick-ups, biomedical sensors, cell phone vibrators, ocean sonar and cigarette lighters.
Marro works as a biomedical researcher and lives in Newton.
Congress launched the debate last year by passing the 21st Century Cures Act, which aims to accelerate biomedical research.
Jeff Crandall, a biomedical engineer from the University of Virginia who oversees helmet testing for the NFL, said the analysis essentially measures how well a helmet prevents the head from jarring and twisting in different directions on impact.
The Clinic also has become a national leader in biomedical research.
All in all, as a society, humans have developed stronger bonds with their animal companions over time, said Bernard Rollin, distinguished professor of philosophy, biomedical sciences and animal sciences at Colorado State University.
The institute also faces challenges common to all biomedical research.
Having largely concluded that ME/CFS must be a psychosomatic illness, the biomedical community didn’t see much reason to research it.
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