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An inflatable toilet seat that can be removed from the wall of a home can now be used to help combat the spread of a potentially deadly vector.
The innovation was developed by a team at Harvard University, and it is now being tested in a lab in New York City.
The seat, called the Smart Erectable, has a hole drilled into the surface and a removable head that can then be attached to the wall.
It was developed in collaboration with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the team has already tested it on two homes in New Jersey and one in Massachusetts.
It works by taking advantage of the fact that the wall behind the toilet bowl is covered by a concrete wall.
The toilet bowl then comes into contact with the concrete and it begins to degrade in the wall, potentially allowing people to get in and get out of the toilet.
A similar device, the Smart Seat, has also been developed in a similar way, but this one is much simpler.
In this case, the toilet seat can be used as a container for the toilet, which then can be placed on top of the seat.
In addition to its ability to provide temporary shelter from the elements, the seat can also provide an additional layer of protection from the spread and spread of bacteria, and its size makes it easier to store and transport.
In the study, NIST researchers said that they have seen similar technology develop for other surfaces such as windows and doors.
A few years ago, the same team from Harvard reported on a toilet seat for a door, which they said was able to provide a level of protection for the door, but there were many more such examples.
“A lot of the barriers to the adoption of this technology are going to be on the hardware side,” says Michael Turetsky, who was an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Harvard, and is now with the University of California, Berkeley.
The technology has been under development for years, but Turety says that the technology is getting more attention.
“What’s interesting about this is that we’re seeing it applied in a real world setting,” he says.
“In this case the technology works very well in this setting, where you’re just trying to provide people with some temporary protection.”
One of the biggest challenges for this technology is that it’s hard to make it self-cleaning.
Turektsays that the seat was designed to be self-contained, but it has a capacity of up to 200 times its weight.
So while this seat has been tested on a small number of people, it is not yet being tested on large numbers of people.
He says that in order to make the seat self-sustaining, it would need to be replaced every two years.
The team also found that it could take several months for the seat to completely degrade, but that the seats ability to absorb bacteria is a big advantage.
It also makes it possible to make a toilet bowl that can withstand up to 50 feet of water, which is very important for large homes.
Turesays that this new technology is much easier to use than the Smart Sockets, because it’s not difficult to use.
“It’s much easier and much cheaper to do this with the Smart Pillow,” he said.
“So we can make it much more cost-effective for people to put this product on their own home.”
He says the next step for the project is to test it on a wider variety of homes, to see if this technology can be scaled up.
For now, the technology has already been tested in the United States and other countries.
The research was supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Department of Energy.
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