biopak

biopak

[′bī·ō‚pak]
(engineering)
A container for housing a living organism in a habitable environment and for recording biological functions during space flight.
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She noted that the company supplies bio/plant-based and compostable food service packaging for brands such as Avani, Biopak, Vegware and Silvex (takeaway boxes, straws, and carry bags, among others), made from corn, sugarcane, cassava, bamboo -- all rapidly renewable and has low impact on the environment.
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In the contest, Dan Mero and Heath Gulley placed first in Technician Team Bio-Marine BioPak 240 and first place overall in the Technician Team Individual category.
Biomarine announced that its 4-hour closed-circuit, self-contained breathing apparatus, the BioPak 240 Revolution, is now fully approved and capable of complete integration with Innovative Wireless Technologies (IWT) SENTINEL Mine Rescue Communications System.
Another popular closed circuit SCBA, the Biopak 240 Revolution (240R) from the Biomarine division of Neutronics, features a long list of innovations designed to improve the user experience including faster deployment, easier breathing effort and improved safety and comfort.
All subjects underwent surface electromyography (sEMG) examination using the eight-channel BioEMG III BioPAK Measurement System Electromyograph (BioResearch, Inc., Milwaukee, WI, USA).
Incisal opening, measured with BioPAK system (Bioresearch Inc., Milwaukee, USA), was 21.4 mm in the presurgical period and 32.2 mm after 1-year follow-up, for an increase of 50.5%.
Ultrapure water (Millipore Direct-Q3 UV water purification system with Biopak UF cartridge) was employed in all syntheses and in vitro release experiments.
The sustainable packaging solutions provider BioPak (biopak.com.