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Trans Spectra SIFT-MS FA-MS
Research, development and production of SIFT-MS and FA-MS instruments for trace gas analysis of air, breath and liquid headspace.
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MSU College of Engineering looking to add new department
A new department could be on the horizon for the MSU College of Engineering, and would be a home for faculty and students with biomedical engineering interests. The proposed Department of Biomedical Engineering would help the university recruit exceptional students and faculty in the field and give a more relevant home for those who are already doing research in the area, said Acting Dean of ...
Club seeks to improve healthcare around the world
Engineering World Health, a new Boston University non-profit student organization that aims to utilize the skills of biomedical engineers to improve healthcare in developing countries, will host its first meeting on Friday. The EWH BU Chapter plans to travel to developing countries in the near future, said EWH BU Chapter President Pavandeep Mehat. They will donate […]
U of T researchers identify optimal structure and cell ratio of heart - Researchers initial discovery leads to ...
TORONTO, ON - Researchers at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Biomaterials &Biomedical Engineering (IBBME) and the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine have identified the optimal structure and cell ratio associated with heart function – and the discovery has already led … Continue reading →