An injured Kurdish defender recounts fighting against the jihadists, including seeing decapitated villagers and evidence of drug use
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Category: Medical & Scientific
Design: Peter Bristol, Fernd van Engelen, Carbon Design Team, Carbon Design Group (U.S.); Mike Chang, Maile Griffin, Len Higashi, Cathy Owen, Nanopoint Imaging (U.S.)
The Controller forms the basis of the life-support system for the live cells that are studied in the accompanying cellTRAY Fluidics System. It regulates the temperature in the bio-incubator, manages the delivery of nutrients in extremely small quantities (microliters per second), enables the delivery of small amounts of drugs, and removes metabolic waste.