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Natural Nanotubes Enable Drug Delivery : Tactile Sensors Output in Digital Format : Roller Forming Puts New Spin on Fastening Materials


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Natural Nanotubes Enable Drug Delivery

Collaboration between Nanolution, the drug-delivery division of Biophan Technologies (West Henrietta, NY: www.biophan.com), and NaturalNano Inc. (West Henrietta, NY; www.naturalnano.com) has produced a drug-delivery technology derived from nanotubes found in halloysite clay.

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Tactile Sensors Output in Digital Format

Pressure Profile Systems Inc. (Los Angeles; www. pressureprofile.com) has announced the entry of its tactile sensors into the OEM market. The DigiTacts sensors are the first tactile sensors equipped with direct digital output capabilities, according to the company.

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Roller Forming Puts New Spin on Fastening Materials

A metal-forming and -joining process has been added to a company’s orbital forming capabilities. The roller forming process developed by Orbitform (Jackson, MI) uses multiple rollers mounted on a rotating spindle. The rollers gently smooth and fold material into a seamless and solid form. By intersecting the workpiece on a precise contact line, the rollers gradually move material to the desired shape.

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