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Microbots: Using Nanotechnology In Medicine

Microbots: Using Nanotechnology In Medicine

🕔16:18, 5.Feb 2013

Scientists and doctors are developing tiny robots that can find targets, deliver drugs, and monitor the body.

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From Engineering to Entrepreneurship: Jonathan Rothberg, Ph.D. Biology ’91

From Engineering to Entrepreneurship: Jonathan Rothberg, Ph.D. Biology ’91

🕔02:21, 4.Feb 2013

Dr. Jonathan M. Rothberg, the founder and CEO of Ion Torrent division of Life Technology, spearheaded technological advances in human genome sequencing as an entrepreneur and a scientist.

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Yale iGEM Advances Innovation to World Stage

Yale iGEM Advances Innovation to World Stage

🕔05:45, 5.Dec 2012

The Yale iGEM team has advanced to the iGEM World Championships with their project using naturally-competent bacteria to improve artificial selection methods.

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Copy, Paste, Print…Kidney?

Copy, Paste, Print…Kidney?

🕔05:11, 4.Nov 2012

The past decade has seen several advances in the technique and speed of regenerative medicine, the use of living cells to grow new organs for transplant.

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What Am I Eating? The Infiltration of Genetically Modified Foods

What Am I Eating? The Infiltration of Genetically Modified Foods

🕔16:09, 9.May 2012

Most consumer products currently contain some components from genetically-modified organisms, but the health and environmental risks of these products are still unknown.

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The Future of Imaging

The Future of Imaging

🕔03:56, 14.Mar 2012

Professor Todd Constable has designed a new way of encoding spatial information in magnetic resonance imaging devices, using a radial magnetic field gradient instead of a linear one to drastically decrease the amount of time and data necessary to build a complete MRI image.

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Undergraduate Profile – The iGEM Team

Undergraduate Profile – The iGEM Team

🕔03:52, 14.Mar 2012

The Yale iGEM team, founded only two years ago, has characterized a novel antifreeze protein produced by the Siberian beetle, research which won them first place in the “Food and Energy” category at the 2011 iGEM World Championships.

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Adapting Medical Devices to Society

Adapting Medical Devices to Society

🕔03:34, 14.Mar 2012

A team of Yale researchers led by Lisa Suter, Assistant Professor of Medicine, investigated a method which models the population outcomes and costs of devices used for total knee replacement, a method which could potentially supplement traditional device testing.

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Medical Advances in Surgery and Treatment

Medical Advances in Surgery and Treatment

🕔20:53, 18.Nov 2011

John S. Reach, Jr. has developed a number of new orthopedic products, including “foam metal” implants that can integrate with tendons and a new system for targeted medication delivery.

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From Idea to Biomedical Start-Up Company

From Idea to Biomedical Start-Up Company

🕔17:09, 16.Nov 2011

Elizabeth Asai MC ’13, Nickolas Demas MC ’13, and Elliot Swart MC ’13 won the $100,000 prize awarded by the Center for Innovative Medicine and Integrative Technology (CIMIT) this past summer for their novel skin mole scanner.

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