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9/12/2019

BUnano Faculty member Ahmad (Mo) Khalil was named Dorf-Ebner Distinguished Faculty Fellow. Dr. Khalil is Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Associate Director of the  Biological Design Center and Co-Director of SB2 NIH/NIGMS T32 Training Program

8/2/2019

BUnano Fellow Andrew Martin (BME) and former fellow Jialiu Zeng (BME) published findings of their study in ACS pubs.acs.org/articlesonrequ .

4/26/2019

Calling all PhD students and MD/PhD students! BUnano fellowship applications are due May 31.

 

Entrepreneur in Residence

By mariampsFebruary 14th, 2017in Calendar, Events, News, Programs

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND YOU Monday, February 27, 2017 | 1:30-3 p.m. Photonics Colloquium Room 8 St. Mary’s Street, 9th Floor Featuring Jill Becker, Entrepreneur in Residence, BUnano, Michael Koeris, Biomedical Engineering alumnus and CEO and Founder, Sample6, and Deckard Sorensen, Founder, NBD Nanotechnologies, Inc. Boston University is part of Boston’s strong entrepreneurial community and ecosystem —... More

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Khalil Wins NIH New Innovator Award

By Brenda HugotDecember 21st, 2016in Faculty, News

BUnano faculty member Ahmad “Mo” Khalil, a College of Engineering assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has been awarded a New Innovator Award under the High-Risk, High-Reward program sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). His proposed project will focus on developing new and rapid techniques for diagnosing antibiotic resistance to... More

BUnano Announces Call for Faculty Pilot Grants

By mariampsNovember 28th, 2016in Faculty, News, Programs

BUnano supports all facets of nanotechnology and encourages industrial applications and translational activities by awarding research grants to BU faculty teams to seed innovative and exciting new projects that use nanotechnology to address major problems related to health, energy, materials and the environment. The goal of BUnano funded pilot grant program... More

NSF NRT Understanding the Brain: Neurophotonics

By Brenda HugotOctober 19th, 2016in News

Boston University proudly announces the start of the National Science Foundation National Research Traineeship Program (NRT) Understanding the Brain: Neurophotonics (NSF NRT UtB: Neurophotonics). This is a university-wide community of doctoral students in biology, neuroscience, biophysics, biomedical, and mechanical engineering with focused professional development and graduate training in neurophotonics.  All current... More