The CMBE 2015 meeting in St Thomas was a great success, with about 125 scientists, engineers, and sponsors in attendance to learn from a broad spectrum of accomplished speakers and poster presenters.
The University of California, Davis Biomedical Engineering Society student chapter recently held its Make-a-thon competition, an event that gives students hands-on experience implementing a solution to a real world problem.
Biomedical Engineering Society member and North Carolina State University professor Zhen Gu is one of six researchers chosen for an American Diabetes Association effort to combat the disease, according to multiple reports.
Two Biomedical Engineering Society members are featured in the current issue of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education magazine for the publications 2015 Emerging Scholars of the Year.
According to The Hill, a bipartisan group of lawmakers are close backing a measure to repeal the Affordable Care Act tax on medical device sales.
Connecting the femur to the tibia, the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture is one of the most devastating injuries in sports, according to a Northwestern University article.
Research being performed by several BMES members could one day lead to techniques that use amniotic fluid derived stem cells to help repair heart defects.
Abstracts for the May 18-20 event in Washington, DC are due by this Friday, Dec. 19.