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High-tech goggles give surgeons 'sci-fi' vision - Quad City Times

High-tech goggles give surgeons 'sci-fi' vision - Quad City Times | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
High-tech goggles give surgeons 'sci-fi' vision Quad City Times Samuel Achilefu, a professor of radiology and biomedical engineering, remembered the night vision goggles used in the Persian Gulf War and thought perhaps a similar technology could be...
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New probe enables real-time 3D view inside heart, blood vessels - GMA News

New probe enables real-time 3D view inside heart, blood vessels - GMA News | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
New probe enables real-time 3D view inside heart, blood vessels
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It has the potential for reducing the amount of surgery that must be done to clear these vessels,” said F. Levent Degertekin, a professor in the George W.
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Engineered 'glue' allows wounds to heal faster - Hindustan Times

Engineered 'glue' allows wounds to heal faster - Hindustan Times | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Engineered 'glue' allows wounds to heal faster Hindustan Times Jeffrey Hubbell, a professor of bioengineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) and study co-author, noted that smaller doses are key to the effectiveness...
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Enzyme emulation achieved with nanoscale swinging arm - Knovel

Enzyme emulation achieved with nanoscale swinging arm - Knovel | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Enzyme emulation achieved with nanoscale swinging arm
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Harnessing the powers and processes of the natural world may yield significant advances in many fields of science and technology, including biomedical engineering.
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Engineering a better way to rebuild bones inside the body - domain-B

Engineering a better way to rebuild bones inside the body - domain-B | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
domain-B Engineering a better way to rebuild bones inside the body domain-B ''The net result is more efficient and spatially controlled delivery of this very potent and very valuable protein,'' said Todd McDevitt, an associate professor in the...
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How Do I Become an Engineer? Exploring Engineering Day at Rensselaer ... - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

How Do I Become an Engineer? Exploring Engineering Day at Rensselaer ... - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
How Do I Become an Engineer? Exploring Engineering Day at Rensselaer ...
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25 Unbelievable Facts About The Human Body - YouTube

Did you know that babies can only see in black and white? Or that one of your hairs can last up to 7 years on your head? These are 25 unbelievable facts abou...
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Some Brain Regions Retain Ability to Make New Connections - Bioscience Technology

Some Brain Regions Retain Ability to Make New Connections - Bioscience Technology | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Bioscience Technology Some Brain Regions Retain Ability to Make New Connections Bioscience Technology Several years ago, senior author Marcus Raichle, professor of radiology, psychology, neurology, neurobiology and biomedical engineering, was...
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Transparent electronics are so light and thin they can sit on a contact lens

Transparent electronics are so light and thin they can sit on a contact lens | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology researchers foresee their creation being used to monitor the human body, generate power and run small devices.
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The future of staying cool

The future of staying cool | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Scientists are working to make the inefficient method of refrigeration and air conditioning - which has been relied on for over a hundred years - a thing of the past.

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Biomedical instrument development may have animal, human health benefits - K-State Collegian

Biomedical instrument development may have animal, human health benefits - K-State Collegian | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Biomedical instrument development may have animal, human health benefits
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Major strides are being made in a K-State team's efforts to develop a biomedical device, which they believe will benefit both animal and human healthcare.

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Advances in Tissue Engineering and Organ Regeneration (Technical Insights) - PR Newswire (press release)

Advances in Tissue Engineering and Organ Regeneration (Technical Insights) PR Newswire (press release) Furthermore, there are vast developments in tissue engineering, which involve leveraging of technologies from biomaterials, molecular medicine,...
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New Morphing Materials May be Future for Bioengineering (Video) - Women Citizen

New Morphing Materials May be Future for Bioengineering (Video) - Women Citizen | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
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Morphing materials, which are materials that can change their shape based on environmental conditions, may just be the future for bioengineering.
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Amputee recovers feeling with robotic arm - euronews

Amputee recovers feeling with robotic arm - euronews | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Amputee recovers feeling with robotic arm euronews This is crucial to have close to natural sensations,” said Silvestro Micera, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne and University of...
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Biomedical Signal and Image Processing

Biomedical Signal and Image Processing | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Description: All of the biomedical measurement technologies, which are now instrumental to the medical field, are essentially useless without proper signal and image processing.
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Potential For Oil And Chemical Clean-up From Greener Aerogel Technology - RedOrbit

Potential For Oil And Chemical Clean-up From Greener Aerogel Technology - RedOrbit | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
RedOrbit Potential For Oil And Chemical Clean-up From Greener Aerogel Technology RedOrbit Image Caption: Shaoqin 'Sarah' Gong, a researcher at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and associate professor of biomedical engineering at the University...
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3D-Printing Used to Replicate Human Blood Vessels - Headlines & Global News

3D-Printing Used to Replicate Human Blood Vessels - Headlines & Global News | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
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3D-Printing Used to Replicate Human Blood Vessels
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"Creating artificial blood vessels remains a unique challenge in tissue engineering," said Ali Khademhosseini, biomedical engineer and project leader.
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Doctors turn to artificial intelligence when they're stumped - PBS NewsHour

Doctors turn to artificial intelligence when they're stumped - PBS NewsHour | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
PBS NewsHour Doctors turn to artificial intelligence when they're stumped PBS NewsHour Tech titans like Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Apple already have made huge investments in artificial intelligence to deliver tailored search results and build...
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3-D printing touching lives layer by layer - azcentral

3-D printing touching lives layer by layer - azcentral | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
3-D printing touching lives layer by layer azcentral The 3-D printer has also been used to create a matching ear for a child born with only one, said Justin Ryan, a hospital consultant and Arizona State University research associate, who operates...
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3D printing helps firm make replacement body parts - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

3D printing helps firm make replacement body parts - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
3D printing helps firm make replacement body parts
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Using printing technology, also called bioprinting, to produce replacement human body parts is a quickly emerging field in bioengineering.
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Surgical 'Glue' May Help Repair Sick Children's Hearts - HealthDay

Surgical 'Glue' May Help Repair Sick Children's Hearts - HealthDay | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Product Design & Development Surgical 'Glue' May Help Repair Sick Children's Hearts HealthDay "About 40,000 babies are born with congenital heart defects in the United States annually," study co-senior author Jeffrey Karp, of the Brigham and...
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3D-printed eye cells could "cure blindness" : technology

3D-printed eye cells could "cure blindness" : technology | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
reddit: the front page of the internet (3D-printed eye cells could "cure blindness" http://t.co/Lk9WIZfyGP #Reddit #Tech)

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DNA Motor Arm-Walks Across Carbon Nanotube - Discovery News

DNA Motor Arm-Walks Across Carbon Nanotube - Discovery News | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
DNA Motor Arm-Walks Across Carbon Nanotube Discovery News “Our motors extract chemical energy from RNA molecules decorated on the nanotubes and use that energy to fuel autonomous walking along the carbon nanotube track,” Jong Hyun Choi, a Purdue...
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Tech for Faster Diagnosis, Cures - R & D Magazine

Tech for Faster Diagnosis, Cures - R & D Magazine | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Tech for Faster Diagnosis, Cures
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Image: In January 2013, an assoc. prof of biomedical engineering at Columbia Univ., Samuel K.
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Biomedical Engineering Thesis Project: Science is Expensive ...

Biomedical Engineering Thesis Project: Science is Expensive ... | Biomedical Engineering Technology | Scoop.it
Krystal Kerney is a young scientist with a background in microbiology, working towards her master's degree in biomedical engineering at Florida Tech. She has published several scientific journal articles on topics including ...
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