Paul Allaire and Eric Maslen, engineering professors at the University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA), and co-inventors
, explain that, "This feat can be accomplished because the HeartQuest artificial heart has a rotor suspended in a magnetic field so there are no internal touching parts.
It holds its air much better than albumin-coated microspheres, according to Violante and co-inventor
Doctors give the product to anxious children before surgery, says Brian Hague, Anesta's director of research and development and co-inventor
of the bullet-shaped candy-narcotic on a stick.
Among the symposium panelists will be Martin Hellman, co-inventor
of public key encryption theory, Vint Cerf, co-inventor
of TCP/IP protocol, Federico Faggin, co-inventor
of the microprocessor, John Cioffi, inventor of the DSL modem, Chuck Geschke and John Warnock, co-founders of Adobe Systems and Curt Carlson, CEO of SRI, one of the nation's leading research centers.
Lupien has over 40 years of financial market experience, in addition to being one of the co-founders of Instinet, and was co-inventor
of OptiMark's patented trading technology.
Freidhoff is the co-inventor
of the mass spectrograph on a chip, including MEMS based-pumps with piezoelectric actuators.
Mathur is the inventor and/or co-inventor
of many of the Novasome[R] and absorbent microgels patents, including 23 issued U.
Barrio, professor of medical and molecular pharmacology, UCLA, and co-inventor
of the imaging biomarker.
Different type cartridges can be easily interchanged in our system to suit the particular bio-molecules sample based detection," explained by the co-inventor