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Immune Cells get Cancer-Fighting Boost from Nanomaterials

Engineers have developed a novel cancer immunotherapy that rapidly grows and enhances a patient’s immune cells outside the body using carbon nanotube-polymer composites.

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Learning Beyond the Research Lab

The Advanced Graduate Leadership Program prepares doctoral students for careers in academia, public service, and business.

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Engineering How Cells Respond

Surfaces covered with patterns of metallic glass nanorods can manipulate immune cell response and lower medical implant rejection rates.

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Glasses Stronger than Steel

Yale engineers have devised a dramatically faster way of identifying and characterizing complex alloys that are stronger than steel.

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Transporting Vesicles with Sperm Cells

Novel delivery method has important applications for drug delivery.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
W. Mark Saltzman
Goizueta Foundation Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Chemical & Environmental Engineering & Physiology

W. Mark Saltzman's research is motivated by the desire to create safer and more effective medical and surgical therapy. He focuses on tissue engineering and on creating better methods for drug delivery. The Saltzman Research Group has developed technology based on the use of bio-compatible polymeric materials for the controlled delivery of drugs, proteins, and genes.