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  • Simple Silicone Sleeve Turns Your iPhone Into a Game Boy

    14 April 2014 | Gizmodo

    A silicone sleeve called the G-PAD can easily convert your iPhone into a handheld gaming machine with no additional hardware or hacks which for those of us still missing the Game Boy will be a welcome accessory.

  • Stem cell research uses Silly Putty

    13 April 2014 | Belfast Telegraph

    Using a silicone polymer molecule to create a soft carpet of PDMS threads, scientists were able to grow working spinal cord cells which could in turn lead to the development of stem cell treatments for nerve and brain disorders.

  • 3-D Heart Sock Could Replace Pacemaker

    27 March 2014 | Business Standard
    Researchers have embedded sensors in a silicone sheet and then wrapped around a 3-D printed replica of a rabbit heart to create “heart-sock” which measures everything from temperature to pH levels.
  • This Is the Power Glove Oven Mitt You Want To Buy

    25 March 2014 | Gizmodo
    Nintendo power glove fans unite—it’s back, just in the form of an oven mitt!
  • First surface that kills deadly bacteria even in dark

    25 March 2014 | Business Standard

    Scientists used different combinations of dyes deposited on silicone to develop a light-activated antibacterial material which was also found to kill bacteria in the dark.

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