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Learn more about the Key Tech Brew Crew in our latest blog post

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Quick thermal modeling can be an easy way to reality check your device. Learn how Key Tech does it in our latest blog post. http://bit.ly/22W39jG

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A new crab-like surgical device operates inside the body during prostate removal surgery.  Miniaturization in the surgical space will allow robotics into new operating environments, even telemedicine.

http://zd.net/1LbtPIM

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New research from Rice University is worrisome for those enthusiastic about diagnostic tests requiring ever-smaller amounts of blood. They found that multiple drops of from the same subject can vary significantly on results for many health measures. http://nyti.ms/1RnduQw 

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The challenges inherent to complex product development projects can often seem intimidating, like trying to detangle a snarled ball of yarn. The best approach is to break the problems down, rank them, and then solve each one discretely. http://bit.ly/1VnzFXS 

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Cockroaches may be a nuisance. But their ability to survive near any condition is astounding. Now, scientists are studying them to determine what they can teach us about building a better robot. http://nyti.ms/1V3ulbR 

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Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have developed a wristband that uses electronic components to measure glucose, sodium, potassium and more in human sweat. That’s a big step forward for wearable technology, which is mostly still pretty rudimentary, despite its growing commercial popularity. http://bit.ly/1nGzDir

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Learn how our programmers bring unique value to a project with our library of reusable software frameworks. http://bit.ly/1PjCGYF 

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From concept to prototype in just three months? It’s possible. We did it with BD’s mobile injector prototype. BD will join us to explain the project on Thursday at 11:45 am at Drug Delivery Partnerships.  We hope to see you there.

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How can shape memory alloys that “remember” their original form and return to it under certain conditions be deployed? We used them as a pump in the UltraCrit device we designed. Now scientists in China have come up with most advanced shape memory polymers yet. http://bit.ly/1l6djNA 
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