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Running Robots

Yale researchers offer some answers, as well as some guidance for anyone building a robot designed to run on rough terrain.

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Healing Old Wounds

Yale engineers have taken the next step towards unravelling how cells work together during wound closure, a question that could be fundamental to determining optimal healing rates after injury or disease.

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Bioengineered Blood Vessels

In one of the longest follow-up studies of its kind, researchers found that their specially bioengineered blood vessels evolved into living tissue after human implantation.

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Optimizing Surgery

Blood, fat, and anything else that gets in the way can make things tricky for surgeons. Working with faculty from the Yale School of Medicine, engineering students have come up with a solution.

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Top 10

Making it four years in a row, Yale's Environmental Engineering program has made it into the Top 10 of the U.S. News & World Report’s Graduate Engineering Rankings.

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Faculty Spotlight
Anjelica Gonzalez
Donna L. Dubinsky Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Anjelica Gonzalez focuses on the development of biomaterials for use as investigational tools, particularly for the investigation of immunological responses to inflammatory signals from endogenous and exogenous sources. With a mutli-disciplinary approach, the Gonzalez lab combines organic chemistry, molecular biology, mathematics, computational modeling and image analysis in work with significance to diseases and disorders ranging from arthritis to cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.