Latest bioengineering News

QUT bioengineer a Eureka Prize finalist
AI could expand healing with bioscaffolds
Shape matters for light-activated nanocatalysts
From Plastic to Protein Powder
Gentle probes could enable massive brain data collection
Rare immune cells drive gut repair, but can tip toward cancer or fibrosis in inflammatory bowel disease
Investing in Australian lavender
Three research teams earn Dunn Awards
Re-engineered enzyme could help reverse damage from stroke, spinal cord injury: University study
Heart attack damage reduced by shielded stem cells
New building block in plant wall construction
President’s Special Award from Royal Academy for ingenious PeRSo team
NSF renews Rice biological physics center
NTU Singapore develops peptide that makes drug-resistant bacteria sensitive to antibiotics again
FDA OKs manufacturer’s version of Rice ventilator
When many act as one, data-driven models can reveal key behaviors
Designing DNA From Scratch: Engineering Functions of Micrometer-Sized DNA Droplets
License agreement creates golden opportunity for cancer diagnostic technology
Laser-welded sugar: Sweet way to 3D-print blood vessels
New ‘hybrid engine’ for biodegradable nanomotors that transport drugs to diseased tissue
Heart research to be revolutionised thanks to $8 million funding boost
Fluorocarbon bonds are no match for light-powered nanocatalyst
Research into 3D printing of skin awarded medical funding
Team makes tiny, magnetically powered neural stimulator
Exotic nanotubes move in less-mysterious ways
Bangladeshi eggplant farmers reap rewards via genetics
Ocean virus hijacks carbon-storing bacteria
Historic funding boost for Queensland’s fight against ovarian cancer
Blood flow recovers faster than brain in micro strokes
New University of Canterbury technology doubling ventilator capacity could save thousands of Covid-19 patients
Tools for space are food for thought on Earth
2D sandwich sees molecules with clarity
UNSW Knowledge Exchange launches new capabilities website
COVID-19 research funds back six new initiatives
Grant fuels study of Superfund impact on preterm births
Hidden symmetry found in chemical kinetic equations
Rice wins fed grant to advance sickle cell disease therapy
Researchers find cancer gene could be key to heart regeneration
Synthetic material could help heal injured tendons and ligaments
Ventilator costing less than $300 developed by Rice University and Metric Technologies
Engineers model mutations causing drug resistance
Strong signals show how proteins come and go
UQ Australia’s top performer in sports, agriculture and environmental science
American Fulbright scholars in Newcastle
Magnet-controlled bioelectronic implant could relieve pain
Solar technology breakthrough at UQ
Grooves hold promise for sophisticated healing
Nanoscience breakthrough: Probing particles smaller than a billionth of a meter