Archive June 2019

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Washington State University team creates learning kits to retain women in engineering

Washington State University researchers are developing hands‑on learning kits they hope will make a difference in retaining more women in engineering programs.

U of Texas E-tattoo enables accurate, uninterrupted heart monitoring for days

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a new wearable technology made from stretchy, lightweight material could make heart health monitoring easier and more accurate than existing electrocardiograph machines.

Carnegie Mellon researchers developing methods to create a human lung

Carnegie Mellon University researchers are developing approaches to help people with lung disease by making them new ones.

BMES Professional Development Webinar: Developing a Mentor Relationship

The BMES Professional Development webinar series is a valuable benefit the Society offers members to enhance and grow professional skills. Visit BMES Education E-Learning to see the upcoming and archived webinars available to members for free.

President's Message: Looking forward after a successful academic year

With the completion of another academic year and summer beginning, I hope you will take a moment to reflect on your accomplishments for the year and take this time as an opportunity to chart your future goals.

U of Texas researchers makes strides in learning how to control inflammation in autoimmune diseases

Scientists may better understand how to control the immune system more precisely, according to a University of Texas at Austin announcement.

Annual Meeting: Registration now open for Philadelphia meeting

Registration is now open for the 2019 BMES Annual Meeting: Philadelphia. The meeting will be held October 16-19 and will feature hundreds of research presentations, exceptional keynote addresses and dozens of career enhancement seminars.

NC State microneedle technique speeds plant disease detection

North Carolina State researchers have developed a new technique that uses microneedle patches to collect DNA from plant tissues in one minute, rather than the hours needed for conventional techniques.

Columbia University researchers demonstrate damaged lungs can be regenerated to meet transplantation criteria

A multidisciplinary team from Columbia Engineering and Vanderbilt University has demonstrated in a clinically relevant model that severely damaged lungs can be regenerated to meet transplantation criteria, according to a Columbia announcement.

Crohn's disease treatments sought using organ-on-a-chip tech developed at U of Texas

University of Texas at Austin researchers will apply organ-on-a-chip technology to better understand Crohn’s disease, the university announced.
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