Archive May 2019

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BMES members included in 2019 Tau Beta Pi fellowship recipients

Seven BMES members are part of the new Fellowship Board of Tau Beta Pi class, the organization announced.

Rebecca Richards-Kortum named to National Inventors Hall of Fame

Rebecca Richards-Kortum was named a 2019 inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, the organization announced.

Hopkins researchers develop new way to map cancer images

Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have developed a new approach for accurately computing and visualizing the structural and functional blood vessel changes needed for tumor growth, the university announced.

Binghamton researchers win grant to study generating power from human sweat

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant to faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York for research to generate power from human sweat, the school announced.

UC Irvine Professor featured in Netflix documentary

University of California, Irvine biomedical engineering professor Michelle Khine appears in the just-released documentary film on Netflix: The Creative Brain.

Researchers develop method to 3D print complex vasculature

Researchers developed a method to bioprint vascular networks which constitutes a major step in being able to 3D print replacement organs, according to Rice University.

Webster Selected as a Fellow of the International Journal of Nanomedicine

Northeastern University Chemical Engineering Professor and Chair Thomas Webster was selected as a Fellow of the International Journal of Nanomedicine.

Researchers find new ways to heal damage after a heart attack

Novel strategy and material turns body's inflammatory response into signal to heal.