April 29, 2008 Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering Professor Boris Rubinsky and his researchers are harnessing cell phone technology to one day make medical imaging accessible to billions of people around the world. His new technology will improve access to ultrasounds, X-rays, magnetic resonance images, and other medical imaging technology used for a wide range of […]
Archives for April 2008
April 24, 2008 A cancer treatment developed by BioE and Mechanical Engineering Professor Boris Rubinsky underwent its first human clinical trial this month.
April 22, 2008 Graduating BioE senior Widya Mulyasasmita was named recipient of the 2008 Departmental Citation in Bioengineering.
April 22, 2008 – Congratulations to Ryan Cooper who won Best Design and to Tizita Addis Mammo who won Best Presentation at the Spring 2008 Science and Engineering Poster Session!
April 17, 2008 Dan Fletcher’s studies of dynamic actin networks of crawling cells using atomic force microscopy (AFM) and optical traps were featured in Nature Magazine’s April issue.
April 2008 Bioengineering Assistant Professor Seung-Wuk Lee has created an artificial “nose” that sniffs out the explosive TNT with genetically engineered viruses. The eNose, which will probably first be used to protect soldiers and identify terrorists, is based on a technology that has a whole host of potential uses. In the consumer landscape, the eNose […]