Battery-powered plasma flashlight makes short work of bacteria

An international team of scientists has created a handheld, battery powered device that has been shown to effectively rid skin of bacteria in an instant by blasting it with plasma. The plasma flashlight, which shouldn't be confused with a plasma torch that will damage much more than bacteria if used on the skin, could provide a convenient way for paramedics and military personnel to deal with harmful bacteria in the field... Continue Reading Battery-powered plasma flashlight makes short work of bacteriaSection: Health and WellbeingTags: Bacteria, Handheld, Plasma Related Articles: Cold plasma therapy could provide an alternative to antibiotics New plasma device disinfects human skin in seconds Cold plasma used to kill bacteria on raw chicken LG releases world's only 32-inch Plasma TV LG Electronics unveils 76-inch Plasma TV New plasma "brush" may mean painless cavity filling

Battery-powered plasma flashlight makes short work of bacteria

An international team of scientists has created a handheld, battery powered device that has been shown to effectively rid skin of bacteria in an instant by blasting it with plasma. The plasma ...

Thu 5 Apr 12 from Gizmag

Plasma Flashlight Zaps Bacteria

Killing microorganisms could be as simple as flipping a switch

Wed 4 Apr 12 from Science Now

Handheld plasma flashlight rids skin of notorious pathogens

A group of Chinese and Australian scientists have developed a handheld, battery-powered plasma-producing device that can rid skin of bacteria in an instant.

Wed 4 Apr 12 from Phys.org

Handheld plasma flashlight rids skin of notorious pathogens, Thu 5 Apr 12 from Labspaces.net

Handheld plasma flashlight rids skin of notorious pathogens, Thu 5 Apr 12 from R&D Mag

Handheld plasma flashlight rids skin of notorious pathogens, Thu 5 Apr 12 from e! Science News

Plasma flashlight instantly kills any bacteria on your skin

A new plasma device, created by the joint efforts of the Australian national science agency CSIRO and China’s Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), is capable of ridding ...

Sat 7 Apr 12 from Geek.com

Handheld plasma torch kills off bacteria 'in the blink of an eye' - even the most antibiotic and heat resistant ones

University of Sydney researchers say the battery-powered plasma-producing device could be used in ambulance emergency calls and at disaster sites.

Thu 5 Apr 12 from Daily Mail

Handheld device uses plume of plasma to rid skin of bacteria

Scientists have developed a low-cost handheld device that uses a plume of plasma to rid skin of bacteria.

Wed 4 Apr 12 from The Engineer

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