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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tenter Frame
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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tenter Frame



Tenter Frame - A machine that dries fabric to a specified width under tension. The machine consists essentially of a pair of endless chains on horizontal tracks. The fabric is held firmly at the edges by pins or clips on the two chains that diverge as they advance through the heated chamber, adjusting the fabric to the desired width.

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Tensile Test
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Tensile Test
- A method of measuring the resistance of yarn or fabric to a force tending to stretch the specimen in one direction.

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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tensile Strength
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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tensile Strength

Tensile Strength - In general, the strength shown by a specimen subjected to tension as distinct from torsion, compression, or shear.

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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tear Strength
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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tear Strength



Tear Strength - The force required to begin or continue a tear in a fabric under specified conditions.

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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tape
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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Tape

Tape- A narrow woven fabric not over 70mm in width.

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4 Most In-Demand Biotech Jobs
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4 Most In-Demand Biotech Jobs

1. Biochemist
Good news for the scientists out there who love studying cellular and molecular processes: The demand for biochemists is expected to grow 19 percent by 2020.

Most biochemists conduct basic and applied research, supervise lab teams, isolate and analyze hormones, enzymes, and toxins; prepare scientific documentation and discuss their research with other scientists and researchers.

You’ll need a Ph.D. for this role. Strong analytical, quantitative, communication and leadership skills are also important.

Although being a biochemist isn’t easy, the salary is pretty good. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median yearly salary is $81,480.

2. Biomedical Engineer
The need for biomedical engineers is likely to grow 16 percent faster than average, making bioengineering a great career choice. Plus, the median wage was around $87,000 in May 2012, so this role is well above the average pay as well.

Bioengineers, true to their name, use engineering principles in the biology and health care industries. They’re responsible for vital products such as prosthetics, pacemakers, robotic and laser surgery tools and health-monitoring devices.

3. Laboratory Scientist
You may also know them as “lab technicians” or “lab technologists.” But whatever you call the professionals who collect, test and analyze substances, they’re highly sought-after. And they’re only going to grow more necessary: Employers will need 22 percent more lab technicians by 2022.

To work in this role, an associate’s or bachelor’s degree (depending on the position) will be necessary. In some states, you’ll also need to be certified.

People who are detail-oriented, technologically adept, dexterous, and physically able will thrive as lab scientists.

4. R&D Scientists
Many biotech firms find it “notoriously hard” to attract and retain great R&D scientists, which puts you in a great position if you’re interested in R&D. You’ll be responsible for things like revising experimental plans, developing, implementing, and analyzing testing methods, reviewing data, supervising lab technicians, and generally, making sure everything is running smoothly.

The national average for an R&D scientist is $83,514.

While a B.S. in a related field is necessary, some employers may prefer hiring a candidate with a Master’s degree. Since you’ll be interacting with so many people, strong communication skills are important.

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Some ‘cheap’ biotech stocks that could be buyout targets
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Some ‘cheap’ biotech stocks that could be buyout targets


After screening the stocks of about 50 biotech companies, the analysts found three that were trading below cash levels:

ABUS, +4.18% • SteadyMed Ltd. STDY, -3.26% STDY, -3.26% STDY, -3.26%

• Endocyte, Inc. ECYT, -0.68%

ECYT, -0.68% ECYT, -0.68% • Arbutus Biopharma Corporation ABUS, +4.18%
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• Esperion Therapeutics Inc. OREX, -2.08% --0.3-times cash

• Zafgen Inc. ZFGN, -7.47% --0.3-times cash

• Scynexis Inc. SCYX, -1.46% SCYX, -1.46% --0.3-times cash

• Nabriva Therapeutics AG NBRV, -0.64% --0.4-times cash

• Aptose Biosciences Inc. APTO, +4.02% --0.6-times cash

• Ocular Therapeutix Inc. OCUL, +0.14% --0.6-times cash

• VIVUS Inc. VVUS, +1.42% --0.7-times cash

• Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. OREX, -2.08% --0.9-times cash

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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Take-up (Yarn in Fabric)
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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Take-up (Yarn in Fabric)

Take-up (Yarn in Fabric) – The difference in distance between two points in a yarn as it lies in a fabric and the same two points after the yarn has been removed from the fabric and straightened under specified tension, expressed as a percentage of the straightened length.

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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Take-up (Twist)
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Take-up (Twist) – the change in length of a filament, yarn, or cord caused by twisting, expressed as a percentage of the original (untwisted) length.

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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Surfactant
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Common Biomedical Textile Terms - Surfactant

Surfactant - A surface-active agent, i.e., a product that acts by modifying the surface or boundary between two phases.

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