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Ali Hashmi of Washington State University explains the process through which his team's method can separate cancer cells from healthy cells.
Micro Nano Forum Vascular Stents with Surface Nanopatterning
Shannon Gott of the University of California Riverside talks about how nanopatterning of stents can promote healing in patients.
Innovations in Bioengineering: CTCs and the Future of Cancer Research | BrightTALK
Advanced biomedical devices, such as chip-based probes, are helping bioengineering sleuths Drs. Peter Kuhn and Mehmet Toner as they fight to stop cancer in its tracks. Join ASME.org for a discussion of the latest innovations and developments in the field.
Livermore Lab shines new light on novel additive manufacturing approach
Redesigning the Human Body
Researchers at UC San Diego are blurring the line between what is made and what is born.
Stanford scientists discover a novel way to make ethanol without corn or other plants
The new technique offers an alternative to conventional ethanol produced from corn, sugar cane and other crops.
A new twist for better steel | Brown University News and Events
In steel making, two desirable qualities — strength and ductility — tend to be at odds: Stronger steel is less ductile, and more ductile steel is not as strong. Engineers at Brown University, three Chinese universities, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have shown that when cylinders of steel are twisted, their strength is improved without sacrificing ductility.
Magnetic nanofluids consist of colloidal magnetite nanoparticles suspended in a base fluid. When added to cooling systems and subjected to a magnetic field, the ability of the nanoparticles to transfer heat is increased by as much as 300 percent. This is a simple, effective way to improve cooling systems for nuclear power plants.
Tiny particles may pose big risk
Some nanoparticles commonly added to consumer products can significantly damage DNA.
Scientists make new sensor that could lead to night vision contact lenses
Night vision contact lenses may be the stuff of science fiction movies, but new research points the way to how we could some day see in the dark with our own eyes. Electrical Engineers at the...
Video Micro Nano Forum Rapid Detection of Drug Resistance
Shinnosuke Inoue of the University of Washington shares his team's efforts to combat the increase of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis.
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