Professor David Boas (BME, ECE), Professor Selim Ünlü (ECE, MSE), and Associate Professor Luca Dal Negro (ECE, MSE, Physics) have been elected as Fellows of The Optical Society (OSA).
Category: MSE Spotlight Research
Hearts, Minds, and Microbubbles: Researchers are developing technology to prevent tiny strokes that cause vascular dementia
By David Levin Takeaways: Stiffened arteries can cause microbleeds in the brain, possibly leading to dementia. A prototype drug might […]
ENG Prof Elected Fellow of National Academy of Inventors: David Bishop a prolific real-world innovator
Bishop holds US patents for 47 micromechanical inventions, and the Lambda Router is the centerpiece of the portfolio that helped him win election in December as a 2017 Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
In November, MechE Assistant Professor Emily Ryan (ME, MSE) was awarded the 2017 Scialog Fellowship for Advanced Energy Storage, along […]
In a recent paper in Nature Nanotechnology, Assistant Professor Chuanhua Duan (ME, MSE) and his team have quantified water slippages in single graphene nanochannels for the first time and detailed why those data are inconsistent.
An interdisciplinary team of biomedical engineers, chemists, and clinicians led by Professor Mark Grinstaff (BME) has developed a novel sustained-release, biodegradable nanoparticle system that carries a common cancer drug to deliver a therapeutic dose in one injection that has the same curative effect as the standard multi-dose effect.
Bending Is Beautiful: Douglas Holmes studies thin, unstable structures, bowing them to do his bidding
Douglas Holmes’ (ME, MSE) research was featured in BU Research. Read the complete story by Barbara Moran here.
Upon Professor Ji-Xin Cheng’s (ECE, BME) appointment to the College of Engineering last summer, he was named the inaugural holder of the endowed Theodore Moustakas Professorship in Photonics and Optoelectronics.
Professor Joyce Y. Wong (BME, MSE) has been named a Fellow of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Long-term HIV treatment, known as antiretroviral therapy, has dramatically changed the quality of life and longevity of infected and at-risk patients.