A supersonic gun takes the ouch out of vaccine drug delivery
By Kalee Thompson
Posted 06.02.2005 at 6:00 pm 0 Comments
Take your medication with a gun made by PowderMed in Oxford, England, and the drugs will blast into your skin at 1,500 miles per hour. “You hear the sound, so you know it’s gone off,” explains Mark Kendall, a mechanical engineer at the University of Oxford and co-inventor of the flashlight-shaped disposable device.
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