bioengineering

Science
His idea was simple but ambitious: to revolutionize the way basic science research is done by making it cheaper, faster and more accessible.
Politics
If Jeff Bezos, the billionaire CEO of Amazon, has his way, thousands of drones could soon be hurtling through the airspace above our heads, delivering millions of packages to Amazon's customers. Instead of having to wait the eternity of a day to receive their orders, consumers could get them in 30 minutes, or less.
Wellness
I asked Dr. Feinberg to help explain the current state of cardiovascular treatment and heart-related biomedical engineering. In an upcoming piece, we'll break down the innovative projects that he has underway at CMU that get to the heart of our problems with heart treatment.
Weird News
My dear readers, Denial is not a river in Egypt. What will it take to wake up? Or have we allowed ourselves to be so disempowered that we have thrown in the towel? If so, is self destruction imminent? I would hope not.
Environment
Following in the footsteps of the chemical industry, the synthetic-biology industry is rushing its untested products to market before there is any regulation, oversight or even scientific understanding of the impacts this technology could have on ecosystems and human health.
Tech
The medical field of preserving the dead for possible future life is quickly improving every year.
Science
"For complicated organs -- for example, if the heart fails -- then you need a pacemaker. The pacemaker runs with batteries
Tech
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Right now, it's just a proof of principle, Jerala told LiveScience. But ultimately, protein origami could be used to encapsulate
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The researchers made their discovery while testing how long various animals could survive in a high vacuum while being imaged
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The folding was a completely passive process that relied on the movement of water between droplets. The researchers added
Science
For the first time, synthetic biologists have created a genetic device that mimics one of the widgets on which all of modern
Science
"We could be on the cusp of providing new and more effective clinical solutions to amputees in the next years," lead researcher
Science
The scientists detailed their findings online June 6 in the journal PLoS ONE. While monitoring a cockroach with high-speed
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"The state of transgenic technology is that any gene from any organism can be moved into any other organism with a high probability
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By: InnovationNewsDaily Staff Published: 05/30/2012 05:59 PM EDT on InnovationNewsDaily Top 10 Life-Changing Inventions INFOGRAPHIC
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"Thus far people have not been able to control flipping back and forth--they flip once and then they're done, or they flip
Science
-Induce intolerance to red meat (think lactose intolerance), since livestock farming accounts for a significant portion of
Tech
I used to be a big fan of living forever. Since humans have gone beyond basic biology, I thought, why not re-engineer ourselves for a lifetime without an end point? Well, it turns out there are problems -- beyond the tedium of boorish men.
Tech
Increasingly, bioengineers are growing nerve, heart and other tissues in labs. Recently, scientists even reported developing