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The Family Handyman Simple Car Care & Repair The Family Handyman Simple Car Care & Repair
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Frame, Stem, and Keel Repair Frame, Stem, and Keel Repair
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5 Coolest Things On Earth In Science This week

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Monkeys learned to drive wheelchairs with their thoughts, scientists used stem cells to regenerate the lens of the eye and restore vision, doctors found a way to do kidney transplants with kidneys from any donor and avoid organ rejection, and a... Monkeys Drive Wheelchairs With Their Thoughts. Neuroscientists at Duke University have built a brain-machine interface (BMI) that allows monkeys to steer a robotic wheelchair with their thoughts. “The BMI uses signals from hundreds of neurons recorded simultaneously in two regions of the monkeys’ brains that are involved in movement and sensation,” according to the Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence newsletter.

[via GE Reports]

What we achieved in Jan/Feb 2016

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This blog centres on 76084 which is an ex-British Railways Standard 4 2-6-0 steam locomotive. 76084 returned to steam in 2013 after a 16 year restoration programme costing some £750,000. It last steamed for BR in 1967. We are now VERY close to her debut on the UK mainline. Having fitted and passed all three main line safety systems fit for use we have turned our attention to 76084’s mechanical soundness for main line running. Not having the experience within 76084 Locomotive Company Limited we enlisted the assistance of other engineers more accustomed to maintaining main line steam locomotives to give our little ‘Pocket Rocket’ an assessment to identify anything that... One job that typified this was to check and test all locomotive and tender springs - 12 in total.

[via On the Footplate]

[03/10/16, via NHS Choices]
Stem cells used to repair children's eyes after cataracts They would then need glasses or an artificial lens implanted to help them focus ... looking at the potential of stem cells to regenerate into different types of eye tissue. Most of the reports seem broadly accurate. The Sun, perhaps over-optimistically ... [...]

[03/09/16, via International Business Times]
Blindness breakthrough: Stem cells used to treat cataracts in children by re-growing functional lenses Cataracts are characterised by a clouding of the lens of the eye, resulting in vision loss ... a lengthy recovery period and most paediatric patients need some sort of surgery or glasses following the operation. An international team of researchers ... [...]

[03/10/16, via International Business Times AU]
Blindness cure: Human stem cells can restore sight, regenerate new lens after surgery Surgeons have reversed blindness in 12 infants with congenital cataracts by removing their damaged lens and then coaxing nearby cells to repair the damage ... an artificial plastic lens into the eye that carry a risk of inflammation, infection and ... [...]

[03/09/16, via Popular Mechanics]
Stem Cell Breakthrough Could Let Us Grow New Human Eyes Don't throw away your glasses (or eye-patch) just yet, but human trials are up next ... He believes that within the next three years, we will be able to run trials to repair disease- or injury-damaged human corneas. Nishida's new research builds upon ... [...]

[03/09/16, via Ars Technica]
Childhood cataracts repaired using stem cells But now some researchers have shown that it's possible to skip the replacement lens and get stem cells to repair the damage, a procedure that results in fewer complications. Researchers in China noticed that the eye contains lens epithelial stem/progenitor ... [...]

Sunshine Coast Eyewear offers top quality brands and prescription lenses

After gaining extensive knowledge and training in the eyewear industry at clinics and boutiques and earning an industry accreditation, Sunshine Coast Eyewear owner Cindy Gaudin decided to open her own business in July of 2016. With an emphasis on ensuring customers experience a no-pressure, relaxing environment when visiting the store at 4573A Marine Avenue, Gaudin provides advice on the best fitting frame for each customer’s prescription and physiology. She also educates them with...

Eyewitness sunglasses demystified: The Oakley Thump

Dennis Muigai Ngengi has become the mysterious eyewitness who has been seen on live media coverage of fatal accident scenes.Many have been asking whether it’s by coincidence that Ngengi is the same person who witnessed the helicopter crash in Lake Nakuru that killed five people and the Murang’a accident where Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru died.Just yesterday (Sunday), the Directorate of Criminal Investigations says it is holding one, Denis Muigai Ngengi said to have been arrested in...

Shout Out: Stan Lesniak, good eye care in any language

Amid a Polish supermarket, a Polish watch repair office, Polish legal services offices — it is no surprise that Express Optical, located at 4736 N. Harlem Ave. in Harwood Heights, would have a Polish connection, too.Stan Lesniak, the store owner, grew up the son of an optician in Poland, came to this country and was involved in setting up some of the first LensCrafter offices in the area. He opened his own office in the Polish-intense Harlem-Lawrence Avenue neighborhood a half-dozen or so...