Many chronic lung diseases limit the ability of inhaled medications to reach the areas they need to reach. BME’s Diane Nelson has been working on a solution: liquid perfluorocarbon emulsions.
In an interview with SciTechNow, Biomedical Engineering Professor Keith Cook discussed advances in artificial lung use and technology.
Graduate students from Carnegie Mellon University recently attended Biomaterials Day at the University of Michigan on October 6. The event was sponsored by the Society for Biomaterials.
For her senior project, MSE/BME alum Sabrina Liu proved that tiny heart tissues can be used to power soft robotic devices.
Carnegie Mellon’s Prof. Yang and Prof. Cohen-Karni recently published insights into graphene, which is hailed by many as the “wonder material” of the 21st century.
At Carnegie Mellon, a team of researchers made the first observation of nanowires that seemed to “crawl” along the surface of graphene films.
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