Express Tribune By Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering Let us start with two questions… View full article
Express Tribune By Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering Let us start with a simple experiment… View full article
The Express Tribune by Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering “On Friday March 24th, the world TB day was celebrated, with a renewed commitment to help those who are afflicted with TB worldwide, improve diagnosis and make treatment more accessible and affordable…” View full article.
The Express Tribune by Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering “They are all around us. When the car stops, if it stops, at the red light, they stand next to the car, asking for a few rupees to feed themselves…” View full article.
New York Times Greg McDaniel, College of Engineering “It is the unofficial soundtrack of basketball, a noise consistently heard but rarely considered — rubber-soled shoes squeaking on the hardwood…” Expert Quote: “If you wave your hand through the air, you don’t hear it,” he said. “Why? Because you haven’t compressed air. The air sloshes around […]
STAT News Catherine Klapperich, College of Engineering Catherine Klapperich was at home one night recently when she pulled up the news coverage… Expert quote: ““Seeing it on TV, it’s so visceral. You click on the link, and I gasped, like, ‘Oh my gosh, how can this be?’” said Klapperich, a biomedical engineer at Boston University.” […]
Express Tribune By Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering The last week was packed with goodies and three independent, yet still connected events bookmarked the week… View full article
Express Tribune By Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering “It doesn’t take a licensed physician to figure out when someone, particularly among those who are the guardians of science policy, are suffering from Appnesia…” View full article
The Express Tribune By Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering “What if we treated great female scientists, as if they were stars?” asks the heartwarming GE commercial… Read full article
The Guardian Muhammad Zaman, College of Engineering A new device that uses similar infrared light to TV remotes can accurately detect fake antimalarial drugs, according to a scientific paper published on Monday… Expert quote: “Muhammad Zaman, professor of biomedical engineering and international health at Boston University, agreed that cheap, reliable scanning is essential.” View full […]