The Australian Red Cross Blood Service is testing a technology to project a vein map on the arms of blood donors during the phlebotomy.
"Vein visualisation technology uses near infrared technology to project an image of the vein onto the skin," says Dr. Dan Waller, a senior researcher with the organization. "Veins have a lot of deoxygenated haemoglobin that absorbs near infrared light and the device is able to use this information to project the image. The machines have settings to manage individual differences.
"World-first vein viewing tech trial is... not in vain!" (Australian Red Cross)
A report published in The Lancet by a team of medical researchers shows that when cops in the United States murder unarmed black people, it messes with the mental health of black people who live nearby.
In 1992, University of Melbourne researchers TT Lim and TB Nickels wrote a scientific paper titled “Instability and reconnection in the head-on collision of two vortex rings.” The research so inspired Smarter Every Day’s Destin Sandlin that he launched his own research effort to study the phenomenon and capture it using high-speed video. Four years […]
Atlas Obscura just added an interesting new section on strange and wondrous foods, like salt-rising bread leavened with bacteria that cause gas gangene.
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