Monday, July 31, 2017


Stanford bioengineers, including Manu Prakash and Saad Bhamla, have created a human-powered centrifuge that separates blood into its individual components for 20 cents of paper, twine and plastic. Called the Paperfuge, it's part of their effort to develop low-cost tools (which they call "frugal science") that can be used where electricity is not an option.

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