MIT engineers have transformed bacterial cells into living calculators that can compute logarithms, divide, and take square roots, using three or fewer genetic parts. Inspired by how analog electronic circuits function, the .
Just as the invention of nonstick pans was a boon for chefs, a new type of nanoscale surface that bacteria can’t stick to holds promise for applications in the food processing, medical and even shipping industries. The technology, developed.
This is a great video displaying how CoolSculpting targets and cools fat cells to temperatures to trigger their natural death and over the next few weeks to months the fat cells shrink and begin to die naturally eliminating them.