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biomedical engineering

Heart Association fellowship to support research

Heart Association fellowship to support research

Published Aug 16, 2022

An American Heart Association fellowship will allow Binghamton graduate student Natalie Weiss to further her research in developing 3D heart models. Read more

Think you have thick skin? You’re literally right.

Think you have thick skin? You’re literally right.

Published May 28, 2022

Human skin is tougher than you might think, SYFY reports. When Binghamton researchers created artificial skin to see what it took to break, they found that they needed huge amounts of pressure from sharp and blunt weapons. Read more

Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery

Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery

Published Jul 16, 2018

Surgical removal of brain tumors may become easier and more precise, thanks to Binghamton research that recently received funding from the National Institutes of Health. Read more

Sunscreen made from DNA acts like ‘sacrificial skin’

Sunscreen made from DNA acts like ‘sacrificial skin’

Published Jul 27, 2017

Scientists at Binghamton University have developed a film from the DNA of salmon that gets better at protecting the skin from ultraviolet light the more it is exposed to the sun, The Telegraph reports. Read more

NSF grant to fund human skin research

NSF grant to fund human skin research

Published Apr 17, 2017

Guy German will continue his research into human skin with a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER program. Read more

Engineer innovates en route to med school

Engineer innovates en route to med school

Published Mar 22, 2017

Binghamton undergrad studies tissue engineering, develops tool for first responders. Read more