Category Archives: Biomedical Engineering

A category of articles I’ve read that relate to Biomedical Engineering directly.

3D Printer Used to Create Artificial Blood Vessels

Part of the reason I want to build a 3D printer so much is that I believe they are going to be a huge tool in the future of the engineering field. This story proves that point very clearly. Scientists … Continue reading

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Glowing Wound Dressing Indicates Infection

I’ve found yet another story about something that glows. This one is a bit different however and may prove to be more useful more quickly. Scientists at Sheffield University in the UK have created a new wound dressing that contains … Continue reading

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9 MIT Media Lab Ideas to Change the World

I thought this was a nice short article about the MIT Media Lab. The article is basically a picture gallery of a few technologies that have come out of the lab and some that are going to come out in … Continue reading

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Glowing Cats Shed Light on AIDS

While the title is a bit of an iffy pun this article from BBC News is much more scientific than it sounds. Scientists have inserted a gene into cats that help them resist the feline form of AIDS. While they … Continue reading

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Growing Muscle Tissue

This is a cool story about research out of Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. Researchers have found a way to grow muscle tissue and blood vessels in a uniform direction. This may not seem like a big deal, … Continue reading

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