A team of UConn biomedical engineers, working with colleagues from Yale, MIT, and Harvard, has developed a simple, inexpensive, and quick technique for the diagnosis and monitoring of sickle cell disease that can be used in regions where advanced medical technology and training are scarce.
On Veteran’s Day the University of Connecticut announced the launch of its new grand research challenge: regeneration of a human knee within 7 years, and an entire limb within 15 years. This major international research undertaking, called The HEAL Project, stands for Hartford Engineering a Limb.
Mechanical Engineering professor emeritus Lee Langston is the 2015 recipient of the R. Tom Sawyer Award presented by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Forty-three men from all over the world have received the award, which is a major industry honor.
Recently, El Faro, a cargo ship heading to San Juan, Puerto Rico, foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off the Bahamas on October 5, 2015 due to Category 4 Hurricane Joaquin. Thirty three crew members remain missing. The captain cut south of the storm, due to the rare occurrence of such storm systems.
The Eversource Energy Center is a research lab dedicated to the development of advanced storm damage modeling technology to ensure the reliable delive. . .
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A firsthand look into Hartford's new CTfastrak system, a 9+ mile bus rapid transit line between Hartford and New Britain in central Connecticut.. . .
The University of Connecticut held a ceremony to break ground for its new Science and Engineering Building led by the Next Generation UConn movement. . . .
PhD Defense Presentation: Rishabh Jain
Nov 30, 2015
BME 2101 Open Poster Session: "The Past, Present and Future of Biomedical Engineering"
Dec 1, 2015
BME DOCTORAL DISSERTATION DEFENSE: "Monitoring of Breathing Activity using Smartphone-acquired Signals" By Bersain A. Reyes
Dec 4, 2015
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