Deformation and fracture incidence of Reciproc instruments: a clinical evaluation.

submitted by: gplotino
Aim To investigate the incidence of fracture and deformation observed on Reciproc instruments after clinical use. Methodology A total of 1696 Reciproc NiTi instruments that were discarded after normal clinical usage over 30 months were collected, 1580 instruments were R25 (93%), 76 were R40 (5%) and 40 were R50 (2%). The treatments included 3780 root canal preparation, 3023 primary treatments and 757 retreatments. Root canal preparation was standardized and followed the manufacturer's...
Authors: Gianluca Plotino, Nicola Maria Grande, Pier Francesco Porciani

I-CAMP 2014 - PANEL Discussion

submitted by: icamvid

I-CAMP 2014 - PANEL Discussion

I-CAMP 2014 Welcome, Overview and Logistics

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I-CAMP 2014 Welcome, Overview and Logistics

I-CAMP 2014

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I-CAMP 2014

Paraplegic will walk again wearing exoskeleton at the World Cup

submitted by: nsf

Built with funding for basic research from the National Science Foundation, Dr. Miguel Nicolelis and the Walk Again Project have built an exoskeleton that will allow paraplegics to walk again. The exoskeleton uses computer algorithms to interpret the user's brain activity, which powers the exoskeleton forward.

Multiphase Nuclear Fusion Reactor - Clean and Safe Atomic Energy

submitted by: MFerreiraJr
Conceptually, it has been redesigned to be the most energy-efficient fusion reactor ever. Effectively, a clean, safe, dense and environmentally friendly power source to supply the world's energy needs, with no greenhouse gases, no long-term radioactive waste, low thermal waste, no large land areas, no environmental impact, no interruptions by the weather or time of day, no nuclear meltdowns and no proliferation. It is to be the ultimate energy source, an affordable answer to the world’s...