Archives—October 2014

Doing Research in a War Zone

Engineers and scientists at Michigan Technological University run into all kinds of roadblocks as they work to move their research from concept to actuality, but exploding rockets aren’t usually one of them.

When Jeremy Goldman took his family to Israel to work on his research on bioabsorbable cardiovascular stents, missiles flying overhead were just one of the facts of war that they had to worry about. Other concerns included terrorists crawling through tunnels, suicide bombers, riots, etc.
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Biomedical Engineering Graduate Seminar: Stem Cell-based Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration

oct17Biomedical Engineering Graduate Seminar: Wan-Ju Li, Phd, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Friday, October 17; 3:00 in U113 M&M;
Sponsored by: Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Biotechnology Research Center (BRC)

Title: Stem Cell-based Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration

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