Abstracts for the May 18-20 event in Washington, DC are due by this Friday, Dec. 19.
The first measurements of cell mass were made in the 1950s, but only recently have advances in computer science and microfabrication spurred the rapid development of precision mass-quantifying approaches, according to a recent research paper from UCLA biomedical engineers.
Northwestern University professor and BMES member Guillermo Ameer has developed a new material that, when applied to damaged blood vessels, can prevent scarring.
Stem cells offer great potential in biomedical engineering due to their pluripotency, which is the ability to multiply indefinitely and also to differentiate and develop into any kind of the hundreds of different cells and bodily tissues, according to a Harvard University announcement.
Research being performed at Vanderbilt offers new hope in diagnostics for malaria and other diseases, according to an article published on the universitys website.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin are using stem cells to attempt to create a real, functioning human heart, according to an article the Daily Texan.
A special issue of Annals of Biomedical Engineering is dedicated to a wide range of research articles focused on the frontier of mobile-based healthcare and medical solutions.
Dont miss your chance to participate in the next Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) professional development webinar, Technology in the Classroom, on December 4 at 3pm ET.