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Lasers, Electric Fields and Microfluidics Shrink Separating Vortexes Down to Size

Whenever scientists want to separate specific particles from the liquid in which they’re found, it usually involves a fairly large centrifuge. In the laboratory, for example, spinning machines cause heavier particles to collect at the bottom of a test tube … Continue reading

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Accumulated “Normal” Football Hits More Dangerous Than “Vicious” Hits

There’s been a gigantic hoopla over the past couple of weeks regarding violent and vicious hits in the NFL. It has probably been a long-time coming, what with so many players leading with their helmets, hitting other players’ heads and … Continue reading

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