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University of Texas at Austin researcher Janet Zoldan published two papers recently that describes a way to prompt the growth of cells that make up blood vessels in an in vitro 3D environment that mimics the human body. The second paper that gives an in-depth description of the materials and process of the experiment.
Peter Balogh, a biomedical engineering postdoctoral associate at Duke University, has won the Acrivos Dissertation Award for Fluid Dynamics from the American Physical Society.
The 2019 Annual Meeting co-chairs are hard at work planning the October 16-19 meeting. Checkout the video they put together recently previewing the meeting.
The winners of this year's BMES student chapter awards – which include categories for outreach, mentoring and industry partnerships – were announced recently.