News & Highlights

Designing for health

Interdisciplinary senior design projects of BME and ME undergrads yield new engineering designs for better diagnostics, treatment.  Read more

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Advancing osteoarthritis care

Christopher Price joined UD’s biomedical engineering program in fall 2013 as an assistant professor. He is the co-principal investigator on a Department of Defense grant to study the highly targeted delivery of bisphosphonates, a class of traditional osteoporosis...

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Professor named

BME congratulates Michela Taufer for being elected to the steering committee of the SC Conference Series, a premier international conference on high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis that hosts more than 10,000 people each year.  Read...

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Innovative technology

Emily Day is leading groundbreaking cancer research with UD students. Her team is currently creating second-generation spherical nucleic acids that have decreased brain tumors in animals and will soon be tested on breast cancer in human subjects.  Read...

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SimuTrach awarded 1st place technology innovation

SimuTrach, a device developed by UD engineering students that provides realistic training for the care of tracheostomy patients, was selected as the first-place technology innovation winner by the 15th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare Scientific...

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BME undergrads visit Air Liquide

On October 3rd, a group of engineering students, including BME students, were invited to Air Liquide in Newark, Delaware for National Manufacturing Day with Senator Coons. They learned about the company and its life sciences department. Air Liquide plans to invest...

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