Showing News articles tagged with Human health and bioengineering
- Engineers at Tufts have developed biomaterial-based inks that respond to and quantify chemicals released from the body or in the surrounding environment by changing color.
- A team led by Tufts biomedical engineers developed a 3D contusion model that could be used to study the effects of traumatic brain injuries.
- A team of researchers from the School of Engineering, the School of Medicine, and physicians at Tufts Medical Center have developed a method using fluorescence to detect pre-cancerous metabolic and physical changes in epithelial cells.
- Cellens, an MSIM program innovation sprint turned startup, is breaking boundaries in healthcare sectors while developing a cell surface scanning technology platform.
- PhD student Sara Rudolph and classmates in her Medicinal Chemistry class quickly pivoted to studying COVID-19 this spring.
- Engineers and researchers design unique in vitro model to study the causes and treatments of neurological disease.
- An NIH grant powers collaborative stem cell and silk research on Alzheimer’s disease.
- Chemical engineers develop a directed evolution technique to engineer phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) enzymes.
- Engineers team up with students from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, Harvard University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology to repair over 6,000 N-95 masks for Tufts Medical Center.
- Student projects at Tufts School of Dental Medicine use School of Engineering produced silk to explore new treatments and products.