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  • 02/25/2014

    Biomedical Engineering

    A prestigious research award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will help biomedical engineer Rong...

  • 02/04/2014

    Biomedical Engineering

    A fundamental axiom of biology used to be that cell fate is a one-way street — once a cell commits to becoming muscle, skin, or blood it always remains muscle, skin, or blood cell.

  • 01/30/2014

    Biomedical Engineering

    Biomedical engineers at Yale University have developed a new way of studying inflammation, revealing the biological process as more complex than previously understood and offering new hints about...

  • 01/27/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    On Friday, InnovateHealth Yale hosted its first ever "Global Health Hackathon," bringing together fifty students from across the University to brainstorm and pitch ideas for health-related social...

  • 01/23/2014

    Bulldog Racing Team
    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Each year, dozens of collegiate teams flock to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway to compete in the International SAE Formula Hybrid Competition, a grueling four-day event where students race...

  • 01/15/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Students in this semester's "Green Engineering and Sustainable Design" seminar will find everything they need to succeed in their new classroom. Whiteboard? Check. Markers? Check. 3D printer,...

  • 01/07/2014

    Biomedical Engineering

    Thanks to techniques pioneered by Yale research scientist and lecturer Michael Levene and his team, the world may soon know more about how information is processed in the brain.

  • 12/23/2013

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    It's not every day that a college semester project has the potential to save lives.

    Yet with each tweak and tinker in Joseph Zinter's Medical Device Design and Innovation course at Yale...

  • 12/12/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has elected Mark Saltzman, Goizueta Foundation...

  • 12/03/2013

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    A 3D printer is sort of like a magic box, fueled by ingenuity.

    Load it with data and presto! Out pops a kneecap. Or a bike chain. Or a brain.

  • 11/21/2013

    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering

    “By far the best TA I’ve had at Yale.

  • 11/18/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    The next generation of high-impact diabetes researchers might spend less time than expected at the Yale Medical Center—after all, these post-doctoral fellows are actually bioengineers enrolled in...

  • 11/14/2013

    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering

    The average family photo, all toothy grins and warm embraces, doesn't pass scientific muster. How many strands of hair are on Dad's head? Was it an ill-timed sneeze that turned the toddler into a...

  • 11/11/2013

    mitral cell
    Biomedical Engineering

    Yale neuroscientist Gordon Shepherd has studied neurons for decades. But until recently he'd never had a neuron he could grasp with his own two hands: Neurons are much too small.

  • 11/01/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    Mark Saltzman, Goizueta Foundation Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Chemical & Environmental Engineering, & Physiology, has been selected to receive the Professional Achievement...