Duke BME News: Spring 2023
Duke BME's expertise in an emerging imaging technology revealed how glassfrogs become transparent when resting. Discover why the anticoagulant implications of their disappearing act might help save lives.
A new kind of microscope stitches together dozens of cameras to capture life in 3D at a cellular scale. Discover how the technology could revolutionize a wide range of experiments.
MRI technology from a Duke-led effort revealed the entire mouse brain in the highest resolution. You’ll have to see it to believe just how crystal clear the individual neurons are.
Discover how a tablet-based, fast-dissolving vaccine for urinary tract infections could offer an easy and practical alternative to high-dose, oral antibiotics.
NASA’s upcoming Artemis I mission carried two manikin models designed to measure radiation exposure in vital organs. Learn how their journey will inform future long-term manned missions through space.
It took 20 years for a novel method of protein purification to feel a pull from industry. Read how the Duke discovery led to the startup Isolere Bio, which will soon help purify viral vectors for gene therapy after getting acquired.
Aaron Kyle refined the basis for his new Outreach Design Education program in New York City for nearly a decade. Check out how the series is energizing the next generation of engineers across the Triangle.
As the leader of Duke Engineering’s signature First-Year Design class, Ann Saterbak knows a thing or two about teaching “stick-to-it-iveness” to students. Find out how she does it.
Duke Engineering's program in biomedical engineering rose to #5 in this year's graduate school rankings from US News & World Report.
Duke Engineers have garnered a lot of attention this spring. Find out which faculty and students were recognized this spring for their outstanding achievements and contributions.
When senior running back Jaylen Coleman isn't scoring touchdowns on Saturdays, he's researching the forces involved in head and neck collisions for children. Discover why he says Duke BME is one-of-a-kind.
Featuring Pranam Chatterjee
GENETIC ENGINEERING & BIOTECHNOLOGY NEWS
Featuring Ashutosh Chilkoti
How well would molassas-soaked foam prevent a concussion from a sudden collision? Find out in BME 302: Fundamentals of Biomaterials and Biomechanics!
“My goal in mentoring is to be a mentor to the whole person, not just a mentor in the lab. I am most proud of the times I have been able to support the students I mentor in prioritizing their mental health and managing challenges both in and out of their research role.”
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