August 23, 2013
Microfluidics and FPGA Verification
Tools to Make Life Better
This week's Fish Fry is about tools. Not just any kind of tools - tools that can make your life better, your health stronger, and your job a little easier. First up, we check out how a team of researchers from MIT hopes to stem the tide of malaria with a new prototype device that can recognize the electrical properties of infected cells. Next, we chat with Shakeel Jeeawoody from Blue Pearl Software about how their tools can simplify the debug of your next FPGA design.
Also this week, we look at the newest advances in smart display technology and give away a Gertboard courtesy of Newark element14.
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Links for August 23, 2013
More Information about detecting early-stage malarial infection with a new prototype device (Lab on Chip)
More Information about detecting early-stage malarial infection with a new prototype device (press release)
More Information about Blue Pearl Software
New Episode of Chalk Talk - Advanced Smart Display Solutions
More information about the GertBoard
EDA. IoT & MEMS. FPGA. Medical.
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Posted on August 23, 2013 at 8:40 AM
What do you think of the stories in today's broadcast? Do you think this new MIT prototype slow the progression of malaria infection?
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