Two BME researchers were excited to use a new 3D blood vessel-on-a-chip that they developed in Professor Christopher Chen’s (BME, MSE) lab because it provided a perfect platform for studying the effects of mechanical forces of blood flow on vessels in life-like conditions.
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Using LED technology he helped develop at BU, alum aims to address complex global health and hygiene problems By Sara […]
Two ECE undergraduates, Ami Vyas (EE ’17) and Zachary Lasiuk (EE ’17) won scholarships through the IEEE Power & Energy […]
Nishimura Joins ECE with Research Momentum By Amy Pollard (GRS, ’19) Toshi Nishimura joins ECE and the Center for […]
Five-Year Research Arrangement Promises Mutual Benefits By Art Jahnke. This story originally appeared in BU Today. Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of […]
By Amy Pollard (GRS, ’19) Together, the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) and Department of Computer Science (CS) were […]
Douglas Holmes Explores the Science of Swelling By Sara Cody A murmur of thunder and pulses of lightning roll across […]
New Robotics Lab and Autonomous Vehicles Lab gives researchers and their ‘bots room to roam By Sara Elizabeth Cody As […]
White House event announces federal, private sector collaboration By Barbara Moran, BU Today Right now, armies of microbes are wiggling, […]
Teacher workshop – offered through collaboration of BU’s College of Engineering and the School of Education, and supported by the National Science Foundation – marked the latest evolution in TISP, the young and rapidly growing workforce readiness outreach program aimed at filling the pipeline with tomorrow’s engineers.