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I used to do that, just for shits and giggles +Ethan Taliesin Houser 
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Nitrile gloves in some of my favourite colors.
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I've seen videos of your work +Gianmario Scotti, too methodical to consider hostile regardless of environment ☺
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I've seen the Nanoscribe machine at Transducers 2013, chatted with the representatives, got them to present the device at our research center.
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Can't wait to hear about it...
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I warmly recommend watching "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey".
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Which is your favourite episode so far, +Nan Allen? For me it's still the first episode, but that might be because I was so positively surprised.
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Thank you for your appreciation, +Martin Golding 
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It's funny, when I was taking undergrad PChem in '83, I was convinced it was one course I would never need...Ended up working in Biophysics a couple of years later, and it was the only course I really used.
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This should be sufficiently unambiguous.

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+Linda Zimmerman Einstein was a deist. While believing in a creator, he did not believe in a personal god. He said so. Expressly. It's not all that complex really.
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Usually I wouldn't share this Public, but +Jodie Wren thought it would be good. I am a Kickstarter backer of Slower Than Light: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bronzite/slower-than-light

And today we received a very interesting project update. Please read the following few lines:

As of today, here's the breakdown for how much an activity by one of my backers benefits the project on average (based on Kickstarter's report to me):

Tweet - ~$5

Facebook Post - ~$20

Blog Comment - ~$25

Blog Post - ~$35

Google+ Post - ~$45

Forum Post - ~$60

Reddit Thread - ~$130
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Good, I guess.
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A microfluidic chip for the detection of bacteria in (drinking) water, aided by "the cloud". From the abstract:
"The ScanDrop platform integrates droplet microfluidics, a portable imaging system, and cloud-based control software and data storage. The cloud-based control software and data storage enables robotic image acquisition, remote image processing, and rapid data sharing. These features form a “cloud” network for water quality monitoring. We have demonstrated the capability of ScanDrop to perform water quality monitoring via the detection of an indicator coliform bacterium, Escherichia coli, in drinking water contaminated with feces. Magnetic beads conjugated with antibodies to E. coli antigen were used to selectively capture and isolate specific bacteria from water samples. The bead-captured bacteria were co-encapsulated in pico-liter droplets with fluorescently-labeled anti-E. coli antibodies, and imaged with an automated custom designed fluorescence microscope."

http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0086341
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