Engineer, mathematician, rocket scientist, manager, hobby chemist, hacker
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Markus, where is your glucose meter project up to? I am beginning to work on coating electrodes with glucose oxidase. Maybe you have done this already? Or we can cooperate?
Hi, I have done some testing, using flexible PCBs as a test strip. Since i am no longer academically active, it was not easy to get glucose oxidase. It works, but it's very imprecise. I think it's because the glucose oxidase layer must always be exactly the same thickness, which is difficult to do in my humble chemistry lab at home.
I really liked your face mask with UV light filtration. I wonder why the airline industry and the CDC have not looked into possibly mass producing these masks - the former certainly has financial incentives to do so. Have you tried contacting anyone along these lines?
Hi Casey, not yet. Some companies have been asking me about my patent. I think I will mass produce the mask by myself.
Hey dude, thanks for the follow ;-)
Hey M. Bindhammer, thanks for following #Pandelphi . I have my eye on MARB lol, there's a lot of cool stuff going on in there. ;-)
You are welcome. Appreciate, you see https://hackaday.io/project/157456-modular-humanoid-robot-marb potential!
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Thanks for the follow M. Bindhammer
Thank You for the Congrat's and of course I wish you the same for your https://hackaday.io/project/11719-open-source-arduino-blood-glucose-meter-shield since it also made it thru http://hackaday.com/2016/10/10/these-20-projects-won-1000-for-assistive-technologies/ It looks like your project is is coming along perfectly!
Thanks for the follow!
Thanks for following me! When I was young, I dreamed of flying to the moon. Now I am more realistic: I would like to send a rover to the moon :-). Actually, I worked on a low-cost $250,000 satellite https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FASTRAC so the rover does not have to be that expensive. It's getting there that is the problem...
Thanks for the follow on https://hackaday.io/project/10865-universal-glucometer
Thanks for the follow and skull of the ultrasound board :)
Howdy! Thanks for the skull!
Howdy! Thanks for the dollar too. PS I remember, many years ago, during the Google Lunar X prize competition, I offered 1 USD for 1000 'likes' of the Sugar Shot To Space Program or so. Well, inflation takes place everywhere :D
Thank you for the skull ! :-)
Thanks for the skull!
Thanks for the skull, much appreciated, your competing project is very interesting and useful!
Your projects are awesome!
Thank you, Sir. Same to you!
Thanks for following my PIXI Analog Shield project. There will be more updates soon.
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