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Video: Genetics, Software, and Big Data

How are data and genetics combining in health care?

August 14, 2017
Smooth Operator: Robot Could Transform Soft-tissue Surgery

Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot, or STAR,is taking robotics to a new frontier in the operating room.

Alan Brown
August 14, 2017
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AABME is a new site offering a range of professional and networking resources to bridge the gap between basic research and applied research. Join the alliance to connect with other practitioners and gain access to premium content – at no cost.

Imaging, Biomarkers, and Cancer

The landscape is constantly evolving for imaging technology and biomarkers, and how they impact cancer detection and treatment. Frost & Sullivan has provided AABME with market intelligence on key innovations for imaging and biomarker technology for oncology.

August 12, 2017
Innovations in Orthopedic Devices and Procedure Improvement Solutions to Transform the Industry

The orthopedic devices industry will continue to be a promising area in the global medical technology space, and is expected to rank third in sales after cardiology and in-vitro diagnostics by 2020. Read more about the market predictions from Frost & Sullivan.

August 08, 2017
Titanium 3D Printing With Class

Duke University’s new titanium 3D printer is testing undergraduates’ mettle in one of the hottest areas of bioengineering.

Michael MacRae
August 07, 2017
Podcast: Capturing Circulating Tumor Cells

In a podcast recorded at the 2017 SB3C summer conference, Prof. Yaling Liu, Lehigh University, discusses his work using microfluidic devices to capture circulating tumor cells.

August 07, 2017
Video: Big Data and Personalized Medicine

From prosthetics to diagnostics, technology is allowing medical professionals to tailor medical devices to fit a patient's needs.

July 31, 2017
The Future of Organ Banking

Mechanical engineers have the know-how to push back the boundaries of cryopreservation of human tissues.

Yoed Rabin , Jede...
July 31, 2017
Podcast: How 3D Printed Structures Are Changing Bioengineering

Prof. Roger Narayan, UNC Chapel Hill and NC State University, discusses the ways 3D bioprinted structures such as scaffolds and lattices are changing the field, and how important the uniformity of these structures can be.

July 28, 2017
Hybrid Crawling Robot Made with Living Tissue

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have combined a muscle from a sea slug’s mouth as well as bundles of its neurons and nerves with flexible 3D printed components to build biohybrid robots that inches forward.

Jean Thilmany
July 24, 2017
Forcing the Immune System to Attack Cancer

A common virus may hold the key for the nearly 50 percent of patients who do not respond to immunotherapy cancer treatment.

Cassie Kelly
July 24, 2017
Genome Editing White Paper Coming in July

We are almost ready to share the next AABME white paper, Genome Editing and Biomanufacturing, by Gang Bao, a pioneer in nanomedicine, molecular imaging, and the emerging area of genome editing.

July 20, 2017
Video: Generative Design in Bioengineering

Francis Bitonti, Studio Bitonti, talks about the ways advanced design software has enabled generative design to flourish in the field of bioengineering in recent years. This algorithm-based method of design quickly allows engineers to explore a multitude of possibilities and provide customized solutions for end users.

July 17, 2017
Human Microbiomics: Harnessing Microbiome Science for Therapeutic Development

In the era of personalized medicine, the microbiome industry’s growth trajectory parallels that of genomics in the early 2000s. According to Frost & Sullivan, the global demand for more effective medicines and healthier nutrition will continue to drive the development of microbiomic products. Here are the latest trends.

July 12, 2017