BMES Professional Development Webinar Series available online to members

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 .

2014 BMES Annual Meeting: What to know before you go

This year in San Antonio should be one of the Societys best meetings in history. The research posters and platform sessions represent a wide array of work and focus on cutting edge breakthroughs.

AEMB is seeking nominations national officers and student officers

Alpha Eta Mu Beta, the National Biomedical Engineering Honor Society, is seeking nominations for national and student officers.

Research at GW University aims to 3-D print smart vascularized tissue

Medical researchers are steps closer to creating human organs using 3D printers, but they have significant barriers to cross before science fiction becomes a reality. A George Washington University researcher is addressing those obstacles with a project that could pave the way for complex tissue regeneration.

Material developed at Texas A&M could enable new facial reconstruction treatment

A newly developed material that molds itself to fill gaps in bone while promoting bone growth could more effectively treat defects in the facial region, according to an article posted on the Texas A&M University website.

NIH announces how grants will be funded under continuing resolution that expires in December

The National Institutes of Health recently issued a notice regarding how it will issue research grants under a new Continuing Appropriations Act that will be in place over the next 10 weeks (ending on Dec. 11, 2014).

Explore San Antonio beyond the BMES Annual Meeting

While the Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting will be home to the most interesting and educational events in San Antonio October 22-25, you still might want to break free and explore the city.

2014 BMES Annual Meeting on pace to be largest ever

The 2014 BMES Annual Meeting is on-pace to be the largest meeting the Society has ever had.

Thomas Webster discusses how nano technology could help fight ebola and other ailments.

BMES Fellow Thomas Webster was recently interviewed on the New England Cable News network to discuss how nano technology could help health works fight the Ebola virus.

Early Bird Savings for 2014 BMES Annual Meeting Expire at Midnight

Early Bird registration discounts for the 2014 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting expire tonight at midnight September 10.