These computers can identify diseases in your fecal matter

San Diego–area researchers have successfully trained computers to recognize whether microbiomes in the gut are healthy or unhealthy, based on their genetics. The research out of UC San Diego and the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) offers promise for non-invasive diagnostic tools by taking the genetic sequencing of fecal samples as opposed to blood sampling. There

Saelig introduces Amplicon Impact-D 100 high-specification DINrail PC

Saelig Company announces release of the Amplicon Impact-D 100 which is a compact, fan-less embedded PC powered by the latest quad core ATOM processor, the Intel ATOM E3845. This small (6.3 x 3.2 x 5.7 in.) and lightweight (less than 3 lb.) controller is ideal for installations requiring high reliability and where space is at

Design Rules

Design rules Numerous books and courses are available that systematically cover Project and Product Design Procedures, so I expect every engineer to know how to attack a new consumer or industrial product design and carry it through to successful completion. But with countless new products I have studied and purchased recently, I find that most