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  • 10/18/2013

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

    To access the 3D printers at the Center for Engineering, Innovation and Design (CEID), all economics major and Design for America (DFA) member Paul Singer '16 has to do is swipe his Yale ID at the...

  • 09/19/2013

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

    Two projects originating out of the Introduction to Engineering, Innovation, and Design course have been successfully implemented far, far away from New Haven, CT - in East Africa's Mara River to...

  • 09/06/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    Scientists in the US and China have developed a biodegradable alloy for use in medical implants. The new alloy, called JDBM, mixes magnesium, neodymium, zinc and zirconium. JDBM degrades uniformly...

  • 07/30/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    Andre Levchenko, newly designated as the John C. Malone Professor of Biomedical Engineering, combines experimental results with computational models to learn about the interactions of proteins and...

  • 07/22/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    A biomedical engineer from Johns Hopkins University has been named to head the Systems Biology Institute at Yale's West Campus.

    Andre Levchenko has been named the John C. Malone Professor of...

  • 07/15/2013

    Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    In a year's time, the 3-D printers at Yale's Center for Engineering Innovation and Design (CEID) have churned out countless parts, prototypes, and curiosity-driven experiments in plastic —...

  • 07/02/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    Scientists have developed a new approach for treating a deadly brain cancer that strikes 15,000 in the United States annually and for which there is no effective long-term therapy. The researchers...

  • 06/18/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    Yale entrepreneurs are upgrading the way scientists monitor the body's immune system, using the unique protein signature of the human cell itself.

    IsoPlexis, a new company being developed at...

  • 06/13/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    Evan D. Morris, associate professor of diagnostic radiology, psychiatry, and biomedical engineering, is the recipient of the Yale...

  • 06/04/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    A dream of scientists has been to visualize details of structures within our cells in real time, a breakthrough that would greatly aid in the study of their function. However, even the best of...

  • 05/21/2013

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

    Members of the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science community celebrated the awarding of 129 Engineering degrees on May 20, 2013, at Yale’s 312th Commencement Ceremony. Yale College...

  • 05/15/2013

    Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Two outstanding Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science graduate students were honored by Dean T. Kyle Vanderlick at the annual Crest & Fest celebration on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.

  • 05/08/2013

    Biomedical Engineering

    People provided with a real-time readout of activity in specific regions of their brains can learn to control that activity and lessen their anxiety, according to new findings published online in...

  • 05/03/2013

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

    Bulldogs Racing, a student group sponsored by the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science that builds and competes in a hybrid gas-electric racecar, won the 2013 Formula Hybrid...

  • 04/19/2013

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

    In a time that technological breakthroughs are desperately needed, our risk-averse and underinformed culture is making innovation more difficult, famed inventor Dean Kamen told a Yale audience on...