PHILADELPHIA –- University of Pennsylvania engineers and physicians have developed a carbon nanopipette thousands of times thinner than a human hair that measures electric current and delivers fluids into cells. Researchers developed this tiny carbon-based tool to probe cells with minimal intrusion and inject fluids without damaging or inhibiting cell growth.
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Joseph Turow, Ph.D.
The Robert Lewis Shayon Professor of Communication
Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
Professor Turow has been described as “the reigning academic expert on media fragmentation.” (New York Times magazine)
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