News & Highlights

Groundbreaking nanotherapeutic research

Emily Day (pictured center) joined UD as an assistant professor of biomedical engineering in fall 2013. Her research focuses on engineering nanomaterials with unique physical and chemical properties. Through careful design of the nanoparticles’ architecture and...

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David Martin named a 2015 ACS Fellow

David Martin, Karl W. and Renate Böer Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, was named a 2015 American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellow. The ACS Fellows program recognizes members for outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession, and...

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Slater publishes high impact paper

  John Slater recently published a high impact paper in ACS Nano that details a new high-resolution, image-based, cell-derived patterning strategy to produce arrays of homogeneous cells that display the cellular architecture with the anatomical and functional...

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BME Students awarded at First Step Challenges Symposium

At the First Step Grand Challenges Program Symposium, held on the UD STAR campus, BME undergraduate students were awarded second and third place in the Health track. The SimUCath design team won second place for their wearable training system for urinary...

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Higginson receives NIH educational grant

Jill Higginson and her team have received a 5-year educational grant from NIH to incorporate practical clinical design experience into UD’s Biomedical Engineering curriculum. The plan is to expand the BME interdisciplinary senior design program to include...

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