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Human Machine Interfaces - (519 companies)
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Product News for Human Genome Project
LaCroix Optical Co.
Optical Components for Scientific Instruments Optical components manufactured by LaCroix Optical Co. are used in a vast array of scientific instruments that help with new drug discovery, life sciences research, even mapping the Human Genome. From Microscopes to Spectrophotometers, the optics we manufacture are working along the outer boundaries of science. (read more)
LaCroix Optical Co.
Scientific Instrument Optics made in the USA Optical components manufactured by LaCroix Optical Co. are used in a vast array of scientific instruments that help with new drug discovery, life sciences research, even mapping the Human Genome. From Microscopes to Spectrophotometers, the optics we manufacture are working along the outer boundaries of science. (read more)
Polymicro Technologies Products and Solutions to efficiently window small quantities through high volume production. Tightly controlled manufacturing processes also include precision cleaving, custom internal coating, and unique cross sectional geometry capillary, including Molex ’s Polymicro WWP series of square ID capillary. Polymicro multi-capillary assemblies and windowing capabilities, which helped sequence the human genome, continue to be employed in emerging CE based techniques. “Each customer ’s unique... (read more)
Service Robots the Human Way The ability expectations of Service Robots used in the domestic environment are high: They should intuitively adapt to the human, communicate in the usual human way and should even master complex gripping operations. The SCHUNK 5-finger hand resembles its human model, in size, shape, appearance and mobility. Nine drives enable the 5-finger hand to carry out various gripping operations. It has been found that many human gestures can be replicated, thus a visual communication between a human... (read more)
Ultra Electronics Precision Air & Land Systems (PALS)
Human machine interfaces With the ever increasing complexity of modern military vehicles comes an increased emphasis on human to machine interfaces that allow the operators to efficiently control the platform. Ultra has developed a range of control handles, control panels, switches and selectors which have been ergonomically designed to reduce the burden on the operator whilst providing the durability and reliability needed in rugged environments. Example Products: Control handles. Crew station control panels. Driver... (read more)
Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.
GOT1000 Human Machine Interface The GOT1000 platform is an all new and evolutionary family of high performance Graphical Operator Terminals (GOT). This new platform combines the best in performance, graphics and functionality in a unique, ultra compact and robust package. This platform is divided into two classes of HMI - Basic and Advanced. Basic models offer a long list of features and functions commonly found in many small standalone systems and applications. Advanced models,add increased innovation and functionality,... (read more)Browse Human Machine Interfaces Datasheets for Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.
Better Than The Human Eye! JENCOLOR Color & Spectral Sensors. Our goal for the JENCOLOR products is it to measure variances of the light more accurate, faster and better than the human eye. The unique features of our Ture Color color sensors, are that hey are able to detect color differences better than the human eye. JENCOLOR's application-specific spectral and color sensors are customizable in their spectral sensitivity, temperature and long-term stability sensor parameter characteristics. These features... (read more)Browse Color Sensors Datasheets for MAZeT GmbH
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Fuji Electric Corp. of America
MONITOUCH HMI V8 Human Machine Interface Monitouch's human machine operator interface panels (OIP) include some of the most in-demand industry features, like connectivity to over 1,000 devices, and support over 200 serial drivers, over 20 ethernet drivers and 8 field bus options. 1. Monitouch HMI Connectivity to: 8-way communication. Almost every PLC model. Temperature controllers. Frequency drives. Power meters. MSDE/SQL server (including 5.7" model). Motion controllers. Barcode readers. Video cameras. SCADA Systems. Pictbridge... (read more)Browse Human Machine Interfaces Datasheets for Fuji Electric Corp. of America
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Parts by Number for Human Genome Project
|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|91196||American Water Works Association||Technical Books||By Jan Vinja. Clearance, was $99 members, now $39 members. While supplies last. All sales final. Human caliciviruses (sapoviruses and noroviruses) are the most common cause of acute gastroenteritis in humans. Exposure to contaminated water has been responsible for several documented outbreaks...|
|B3806||TCI America||Chemical Additives and Agents||2-Benzylimidazoline / Tolazoline. Since the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003, post genome and next generation post genome have been studied extensively. The reagents that are used for these studies require further refinement and diversification, including reagents for DNA / RNA...|
|C2408||TCI America||Chemical Additives and Agents||Cyclosporin A / Cyclosporin. Since the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003, post genome and next generation post genome have been studied extensively. The reagents that are used for these studies require further refinement and diversification, including reagents for DNA / RNA, peptide...|
|P1884||TCI America||Chemical Additives and Agents||Prostaglandin E2 / PGE2. Since the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003, post genome and next generation post genome have been studied extensively. The reagents that are used for these studies require further refinement and diversification, including reagents for DNA / RNA, peptide...|
Advances in molecular genetics promise a new era in health care. But first, researchers will need to develop new capabilities in genetic diagnostics. The human genome, the code that encompasses all the genes in the chromosomes that make up a human being, consists of 3 billion bases...
Contact: Tim Stephens (831) 459-2495; Genome scientists muster computer software tools for handling the flood of raw data from the Human Genome Project and related efforts EMBARGOED until 3 p.m. Eastern time on Saturday, February 19, for release in conjunction with David Haussler's presentation...
These days, one doesn't need to look far to realize that there's trouble brewing in the molecular cauldron. To be sure, there's plenty of good news on the technological front. For instance, Celera Genomics (Rockville, MD) predicts that it will complete the sequencing of the entire human genome...
In case you've been hiding from all sources of news, here's a flash from the molecular front: the race to sequence the estimated 3.5 billion base pairs that make up the human genome is officially over. But race lovers take heart; sometimes the end of one race is merely a signal for the next one...
Promising growth in biosensor and antibody markets Through the mapping and sequencing of the human genome, cloning of other genomes, miniaturization of electronic circuits, and other recent advances, IVD manufacturers have enjoyed a market that is hungry for new biotechnology. Gaining a solid...
On to the postgenomics era It is hard to believe how quickly things can change. Less than 18 months ago, the Human Genome Project and Celera Genomics (Rockville, MD) published sequences of the human genome in Nature and Science. For their discovery, Frances Collins, the director of the National...
Most analysts agree that in the not-too-distant future medicines will be personalized to meet the individual needs of each patient. The first step in realizing this goal is understanding the genetic basis of disease. This effort is already well under way with the sequencing of the human genome...
Pigmentation, which is primarily determined. by the amount, the type, and the distribution of. melanin, shows a remarkable diversity in human populations,. and in this sense, it is an atypical trait. Numerous. genetic studies have indicated that the average proportion. of genetic variation due...
Advances in molecular technologies should lend a boost to the global IVD market. Industry experts expected the sequencing of the human genome (completed in February, 2001) to put the IVD industry and diagnostic laboratory technology on track to dramatic change. The shift in technology has not been...
Genomic technologies have greatly expanded the capabilities of clinical labs. Gregory J. Tsongalis, PhD, is He can be reached at Since 1989, when the federal government announced the first efforts to sequence the entire human genome, research laboratories have been abuzz during an era of genomics...
Engineering Web Search: Human Genome Project
has been made in the mapping of human genes and this new map represents a major milestone in the Human Genome Project.
See National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Information
National Center for Biotechnology Information
Genome Genome Project Genome ProtMap Genome Workbench Genome ProtMap Genome Workbench Primer-BLAST
See National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Information
Home - The Genome Institute at Washington University
1,000 Genomes Project Mapping human genetic variation. Human Microbiome Project Characterizing the body's microbial communities.
effort by Baylor's Human Genome Sequencing Center and the Medical Genetics Laboratories of the Department of Molecular and Human Genetics to
Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project Home
Genomics.energy.gov--genome programs of the U.S. Department of...
Human Genome Project Information This is the archive site of the U.S. Department of Energy's Human Genome Project.
Human Genome Project Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia
Definition of: Human Genome Project A bioinformatics project that has identified the 30,000 genes in human DNA. Coordinated by the U.S. Department of
Stanford Genome Technology Center
site [Some data intensive pages of this site not replicated there, but project description pages there are more complete
The E. coli Genome Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison had its genesis in an editorial by Frederick R. Blattner in the November 18, 1983
Primer on Molecular Genetics (Department of Energy)
More information about genetics and the science behind the Human Genome Project Human Genome Project Science --an overview
See Oak Ridge National Laboratory Information