Helicon Thruster, Smart Bandage, Stress IBS
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Today we discuss how new technology is making faster and more efficient rockets, a new bandage that might be able to heal wounds faster than the body, and how we’ve seen some new connections between the brain and the gut through a study of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
- “Can plasma instability in fact be the savior for magnetic nozzle plasma thrusters” by Staff Writers
- “Wave-driven electron inward transport in a magnetic nozzle” by Kazunori Takahashi, Christine Charles & Rod W. Boswell
- “PLASMA PROPULSION DISCOVERY COULD HERALD A ‘NEW ERA OF SPACE EXPLORATION’” by MICAH HANKS
- “How Plasma Rockets Work” By Meisa Salaita
- “New Plasma Thruster Concept Could Make Space Missions 10x Faster” by Rupendra Brahambhatt
- “Wireless smart bandage provides new insights on healing chronic wounds” by Andrew Myers
- “Wireless, closed-loop, smart bandage with integrated sensors and stimulators for advanced wound care and accelerated healing” by Yuanwen Jiang et al.
- “Repeated Psychological Stress is Linked with Irritable Bowel Syndrome-like Symptoms” by Tokyo University of Science
- “Repeated psychological stress, chronic vicarious social defeat stress, evokes irritable bowel syndrome-like symptoms in mice” by Toshinori Yoshioka et al.
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