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Adafruit Holiday Gift Guide 2012 – Raspberry Pi Kits & Accessories

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The Raspberry Pi is a beloved inexpensive, single-board Linux computer created to inspire those curious about electronics projects and programming, arming them with a ready-to-go tool for invention within the context of a stable operating system.

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Tool Review: Barch Designs Raspberry PiHolder

Tool Review: Barch Designs Raspberry PiHolder | All Things Digital | Scoop.it
I’ll admit it: I'm an enclosure geek. From the sleek, brushed-metal case I got for my first Mini-ITX computer, to the sheet steel box I wrapped around the electronics in my Nerf Sentry Gun build, I put a lot of thought into selecting the right case...

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VIA bakes a fruitier Rock cake to rival the Brit Raspberry Pi - Register

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Computer electronics biz VIA has updated its Raspberry Pi rival APC - a micro-motherboard its maker calls a “bicycle for your mind” - which it brought to market last May.

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Biomaterials-Based Electronics: Polymers and Interfaces for Biology and Medicine - Muskovich - 2012 - Advanced Healthcare Materials - Wiley Online Library

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Biomaterials-Based Electronics: Polymers and Interfaces for Biology and Medicine

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Muskovich M, Bettinger CJ.

"Advanced polymeric biomaterials continue to serve as a cornerstone for new medical technologies and therapies. The vast majority of these materials, both natural and synthetic, interact with biological matter in the absence of direct electronic communication. However, biological systems have evolved to synthesize and utilize naturally-derived materials for the generation and modulation of electrical potentials, voltage gradients, and ion flows. Bioelectric phenomena can be translated into potent signaling cues for intra- and inter-cellular communication. These cues can serve as a gateway to link synthetic devices with biological systems. This progress report will provide an update on advances in the application of electronically active biomaterials for use in organic electronics and bio-interfaces. Specific focus will be granted to covering technologies where natural and synthetic biological materials serve as integral components such as thin film electronics, in vitro cell culture models, and implantable medical devices. Future perspectives and emerging challenges will also be highlighted."

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We could certainly use something like this. The medicine industry needs all the help it can get when it comes to fighting disease and such, and this is just perfect!

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Raspberry Pi is Ready to Buy! $35 Computer is so Popular it's ...

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The Raspberry Pi Foundation has finally launched its Model B Linux computer through two major electronics retailers: RS and Farnell. Since the announcement on Leap Day, interest in the ARM powered board with HDMI ...

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Computer graphics pioneer awarded Kyoto Prize

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Sutherland awarded Kyoto Prize for CG (Computer graphics pioneer awarded Kyoto Prize: Sketchpad software creator Ivan Sutherland is awarded the 2012 ...
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This guy came up with something really important. He really deserves this award!

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