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Yale iGEM Advances Innovation to World Stage

Yale iGEM Advances Innovation to World Stage

Yale Scientific Magazine December 5, 2012 Comments Off

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?

Adam Morehead November 4, 2012 Comments Off

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

Walter Hsiang May 9, 2012 Comments Off

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

Soonwook Hong March 14, 2012 Comments Off

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

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Undergraduate Profile – The iGEM Team

Undergraduate Profile – The iGEM Team

Liya Lomsadze March 14, 2012 Comments Off

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

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Adapting Medical Devices to Society

Adapting Medical Devices to Society

Madeleine Barrow March 14, 2012 1

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

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Medical Advances in Surgery and Treatment

Henry Zheng November 18, 2011 1

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

Neil Pathak November 16, 2011 Comments Off

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

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Heart Attack Treatment 2.0

Heart Attack Treatment 2.0

Rohit Thummalapalli May 12, 2011 Comments Off

A recent study by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health investigated the relationship between an online community and improvement of treatment times for heart attack patients.

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Presidential Early Career Award

Presidential Early Career Award

Jonathan Greco April 3, 2011 Comments Off

Yale Professor Eugenio Culurciello wins the Presidential Early Career Award for his research with bio-instruments

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