Initiated by the same guys who made the Penguin fly!
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Build a scientific grade instrument used in physiological and medical studies to probe dynamic mechanical properties of biological systems, from organs to sub-cellular structures. Different types of displacement/force transducers can be included with this system. They are all variations of optical fiber-based displacement/force transducer, point-contact, unidirectional and transversal (see classification)
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Developed a partnership with Montreal Heart Institute for testing the Mosquito.
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In the short term the partner will pay for the development, the installation, for maintenance and consumables (transducers). The money will come from research funds. In the long term revenue will come from installing and maintaining similar systems around the world.
For now all activities for this project are bundled with the other general activities. As the project develops we'll allocate a separate space for communication and coordination, a separate folder in our database, and so on.
We are now offering a generic and modular automation software (LabView 8.5) that integrates imaging, motion, dosing, and data acquisition devices. This program was also extended for data characterization, data conditioning, and data analysis. It was written by Tibi and is offered through the IAC, an open community. Our short-term goal is to move away from proprietary platforms like LabView and to use only open source. We'll start with a simple program for data acquisition and control. We are already looking at ImageJ and microManager, and others.
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