Basics of Extracellular Vesicles and Microchannels
This is the third course in the Series on Circulation, Heart, and Blood. In this course, we focus on the extracellular vesicles (EV), channels opened for direct current (DC) and voltage dependent sides of a voltage controlled voltage cascade (Vcc). We also discuss the microchannels that line the external and internalization of the cell, including their structures, their properties, and the phenomena resulting from their loss. We also present the structure of a typical microchannel and the characteristics of the selective channels that line these channels.
This course is part of the EIT Health Programme. The course was funded by the EIT Health Programme, the EIT Research Centre, and the Centre for Basic Cardiovascular Research and Policy Development, all of which play an important role in the mission of this programme. This course is also part of the EIT Scholarship Programme, which aims to encourage international students to study in Ireland to enhance their skills in health related and related topics.The Emergence of Microchannels and the Evolution of Microchannels
The Microchannels of the External and Internalization Cord
The Microchannels of the Internal and Externalization Cord
The Microchannels of the Direct Current and Voltage Scales
Basics of Ethanol Synthesis
This course will cover the basic science and engineering principles underlying the production of ethanol. You will learn the major steps involved in the ethanol cycle, the technologies and techniques that are used to produce ethanol, and the environmental and health impacts of ethanol use.
In the first part of the course you will learn the major steps involved in the ethanol cycle: ethanol synthesis, reduction of emissions, refining and storage, and motor fuel. You will also learn the movement of the ethanol cycle, ethanol production and transportation, and ethanol use.
In the second part of the course you will learn the major steps involved in the ethanol industry: distillation, separation, distillation separation and recovery. You will also learn the technologies used for ethanol recovery.
In the final part of the course you will learn how the movement of ethanol products and markets can result in dependence on foreign markets, harmful effects on the environment, and conflict and conflict resolution. You will also learn how to identify and manage your industry.
After completing this course you will know how to:
• Search for information on ethanol and related topics in the ethanol synthesis and reduction technologies
• Understand the major steps involved in the ethanol synthesis and reduction technologies
• Know the environmental and health impacts of ethanol use and their mechanisms
• Know how to manage their source and consumption
• Define the term “ethanol industry”
• Enumerate and understand the environmental and health impacts of ethanol use
• Understand the technologies used for ethanol reduction and storage technologies