FASEB Science Research Conferences (SRC) are a continuing series of small, intimate interdisciplinary conferences that explore new approaches in research areas undergoing rapid scientific advances.
Internal bleeding is a leading cause of death on the battlefield, but a new, injectable material could buy wounded soldiers the time they need to survive by preventing blood loss from serious internal injuries.
A study in the current issue of the Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering journal examines how substrate stiffness effects colon cancers cells ability to metastasize, according to researchers.
The e-incubator, a miniature incubator that is compatible with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), enables scientists to grow tissue-engineered constructs under controlled conditions and to study their growth and development in real-time without risk of contamination or damage, according to an article from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers.
The Institute of Medicine recently elected 70 new members and 10 foreign associates during. Four of the new IOM members are members of BMES.
Thousands of biomedical engineers gathered in San Antonio this month for one of the biggest and most successful BMES Annual Meetings ever.
The first full day of the BMES Annual Meeting in San Antonio included hundreds of scientific presentations, awards ceremonies, and several keynote and platform sessions.
If you are a BMES member and missed any of the BMES professional development webinars, the archives are available on demand. As a member-only benefit, you can listen to the archive recordings and access the corresponding presentations on the BMES website by logging on and visiting http://bmes.org/elearning .