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Manuscripts Sought for Special Issue of Journal of Medical Devices

Manuscripts Sought for Special Issue of Journal of Medical Devices

The ASME Journal of Medical Devices is currently accepting papers for a special issue focusing on the 3D printing of medical devices. Interested in having your manuscript included? Submit your paper by Jan. 15.

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Finding a New Purpose for an Ultrafast Laser

Finding a New Purpose for an Ultrafast Laser

A Columbia University mechanical engineer has developed a new non-surgical approach to permanently correct vision, using an ultrafast laser that delivers pulses of very low energy at high repetition rate.

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Smallest Robot Could Make Big Strides in Fighting Cancer

Smallest Robot Could Make Big Strides in Fighting Cancer

The world's smallest medical robot can help fight cancer and serve other functions that conventional surgical methods can’t.

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    Silver Nanoparticles: Properties, Synthesis Techniques, Characterizations, Antibacterial and Anticancer Studies

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    Finding a New Purpose for an Ultrafast Laser

    A Columbia University mechanical engineer has developed a new non-surgical approach to permanently correct vision, using an ultrafast laser that delivers pulses of very low energy at high repetition rate.

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    August 13, 2018

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    July 30, 2018

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    From AABME: “Sticking It” to Disease with Sugar-Coated Nanosheets

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    July 30, 2018

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    ASME Journal Publishes Annual Special Issue on Biomechanical Engineering

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    June 04, 2018

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    Butterfly Eye Inspires Camera for Better Cancer Detection

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    July 02, 2018

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    Engineers Contain Cancer Cells

    Cancer cells have the ability to sense the stiffness of their environment, a finding that could help researchers find a way to keep cancer from spreading within the body.

    July 02, 2018

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    Three Teams Named Grand-Prize Winners at ASME Innovation Showcase (ISHOW) in India

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    May 07, 2018

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    ASME Journal Publishes Annual Special Issue on Biomechanical Engineering

    The ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering (JBME) recently published its annual special issue, “Biomechanical Engineering: Year in Review.”

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    CALL FOR PAPERS: Journal of Vibration and Acoustics

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    May 07, 2018

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    3D Printing Better Root Canals

    Bioengineers are using 3-D printing to get to the root of a serious drawback in root canal surgery: its high failure rate.

    April 02, 2018

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    Bioprinting Better Artificial Joints

    Lorenzo Moroni and his team at MERLN in The Netherlands, use 3D bioprinting to create "smart scaffolds," which they seed with patient stem cells and growth factors to produce structures that behave like natural cartilage tissues.

    June 04, 2018

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    NEMB: Confirmed Plenary Speakers

    NEMB brings together the relevant players and key stakeholders to discuss the integration of engineering, materials science and Nanotechnology in addressing fundamental problems in biology and medicine.

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    3D Printing Better Root Canals

    Bioengineers are using 3-D printing to get to the root of a serious drawback in root canal surgery: its high failure rate.

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    ASME Special Journal Issue to Focus on Bio-inspired Systems

    The ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics is currently accepting manuscripts for a special issue on bio-inspired systems, which is expected to be published in April 2019. The deadline to submit a paper for the special issue is June 1, 2018.

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