Deterministic lateral displacement assay can rapidly assess host inflammatory response, identifying a potentially life-threatening hyper-aggressive immune response.
Encapsulating modified bacteria in tough hydrogel spheres prevents them from spreading genes to other microbes.
Using deep convolutional neural networks, researchers devise a system that quickly analyzes wide-field images of patients’ skin in order to more efficiently detect cancer.
Using an ordinary light microscope, researchers can now obtain images with unprecedented accuracy.
Varying levels of a DNA repair enzyme can lead to very different outcomes after exposure to NDMA.
WISDM has selected 20 women to take part in a Story Collider communications skills training.
Linda Griffith and Douglas Lauffenburger honored for contributions to biological engineering education
Professors awarded the National Academy of Engineering's prestigious Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education.