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Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

How do aging and radiation lead to atherosclerosis on Earth and in space? New organ-on-a-chip could provide answers

Project receives funding from NASA, NIH, FDA and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority
Biomedical Engineering

How do you kill bacteria when antibiotics fail? Shine a light on the problem, new A&M study suggests

Research team publishes results in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Biomedical Engineering

A cell’s nucleus behaves more like liquid than rubber; discovery could change how medicine views cancer

A&M-Florida team publishes results of study in Advanced Science
Biomedical Engineering

Tattoo tech: Electricity can zip through this new 3D ink like it’s skin; up next … bioelectronic implants

A&M engineers publish findings in peer-reviewed journal ACS Nano
Biomedical Engineering

Worn on wrist, this e-tattoo works as non-stop blood-pressure monitor

Project receives $5 million in federal funding from NIH
Biomedical Engineering

In search of a better bioink: Team tests performance of HMPs

A&M engineers publish findings in the journal Science Advances.
Biomedical Engineering

Organ-on-a-chip: A&M research team designs model for lymph system

Innovative platform could assist in research to discover drugs for treating lymphedema
Biomedical Engineering

Four A&M professors named as NAI Senior Members

National Academy of Inventors will induct Grunlan, Höök, Polycarpou and Ware during its June annual meeting in Phoenix
Biomedical Engineering

New bioink allows engineers to print better 3D models of blood vessels

Breakthrough could improve precision of cardiovascular drugs