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Turning Wasted Heat Into Power

Yale researchers have developed a new technology that could make energy from the low-temperature wasted heat produced by industrial sources and power plants.

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A New Tool Inspired by Geckos

Drawing from the forces of static cling and the science behind gecko feet, engineers at Yale have developed a promising tool in the war on dust.

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Bioengineered Blood Vessels

Researchers have created bioengineered blood vessels for kidney-disease patients on dialysis and appear to be both safe and more durable than commonly used synthetic versions.

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Oil Sands Operations a Major Source of Air Pollution

Yale engineers find that oil sands operations, a major source of oil production in the last several years, pose risks to health and climate.

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Alumnus Gift Supports Yale CEID

The $20 million contribution from James S. Tyler Jr. ’65 D.Eng. will help sustain the activities of the Center in perpetuity.

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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.