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At 10:03am on October 11, 2008,
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Dr. Prashant Kumar
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dear prof/reseracher, Its prashant kumar, submitting my ph.d thesis on non-lithographic techniques of surface nanostructuring in december 2008 at university of hyderabad. I have experience of thin film coating, synthesis of nanowires, nanodots and characterization by AFM, SEM, VSM, PL spectra, MR measurements, surface plasmons etc and I seek post-doctoral post and for that I require your help, plz. convey to me if you find anything interesting. or else plz. advise how to get into the groove.I can work towards materials science, engineering, chemical engineering, biomedical applications of nanoparticles, memory application of nanodots etc or any industrial applications of nanoparticles, nanodots or nanowires. Delete Comment
At 2:26am on July 30, 2008,
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Jose Feneque, DVM
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We need a more accurate glucometer to use in veterinary medicine. Normally we use glucometers designed for human use but it can give us a margin of error of 20%.

Maybe in your spare time you can design a on hand device that can help with the diagnoses of diabetes, hyperthyroidism and renal disease on cats. Those are some of the most common diseases of the geriatric felines that we encounter every day on private practice. The parameters would be:
For diabetes: Glucose and Fructosamine
For hyperthyroidism: T4 levels
For renal disease: BUN, Creatinine and Phosphorus

If you can give us all those parameters in a on hand device, thousands of veterinarians around the world would thank you!

Jose Feneque, DVM
At 10:06am on July 29, 2008,
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Xiang C Zhang
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Hi, my expertise is mini or on-hand medical devices for diagnostics. I have no experience for animal except that glucose levels. Thanks
At 10:53pm on July 28, 2008,
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Jose Feneque, DVM
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Hi and welcome to our community! Are you working in any minniaturized devices that can be use in veterinary medicine?
At 5:35pm on July 28, 2008,
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Xiang C Zhang
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I am a new member of the web community and learning basic skills on how to use the web to comnnuincate and share nano-news. Sorry if you see I am not responding, I am learning
At 4:34pm on July 28, 2008,
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