April 19, 2014

School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering


ASU bioengineer makes key contribution to cancer treatment research

An ASU bioengineer contributed to a cancer research project recently reported on in the journal of the National Academy of Sciences.


Promise of stem cell research focus of Arizona Science Center talk

An ASU expert in synthetic biology will speak at the Arizona Science Center on advances in stem cell research and their promise for medical progress.


3-D technology boosts project to aid heart surgery

Anatomically precise models of human hearts made by ASU researchers are helping physicians be better prepared to perform heart surgeries.


Students create low-cost biosensor to detect contaminated water in developing nations

A group of ASU undergraduate students is working to develop a low-cost biosensor – a simple device that would detect contaminated drinking water.


Engineering:  Students upcycle shipping containers into health clinics

To improve health care options in developing communities, G3Box refurbishes unused shipping containers into portable health clinics.


Student team earns support for social entrepreneurship project

An ASU student team's performance in an international innovation competition will boost its project to bring water-treatment technology to people in Bangladesh.


NIH supports ASU research to help in fight against kidney disease

An ASU research collaboration gets support from the National Institutes of Health to work on new methods of detecting kidney disease.


Young students learn their way around research lab in summer internship

High school students and college undergrads are learning their way around a research lab in an ASU summer internship program.


Engineering students in final round of international innovation competition

A team of ASU engineering students is competing in the finals of the international Dell Social Innovation Challenge.


Grad meets future wife, starts new venture at ASU

Eric Lehnhardt came to ASU four years ago where he met the love of his life, discovered his passion for biomedical engineering and started a new venture to feed the Valley's hungry with a team of students.

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