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3D Ice Printing of Tissues with Blood Vessels

April 16, 2024 | | Posted in Newsletter

Ice-based 3D printing paves the way for engineering lifelike blood vessels
“[Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University] show “the possibility of using [MORE]

Interpreting Spatial Transcriptomics

April 18, 2023 | | Posted in Newsletter

Making the Most of Spatial Transcriptomics Data with SPICEMIX
“Researchers have now created a machine learning method, called SPICEMIX, to analyze [MORE]

Cultured Tissue: Mimicking a Beating Heart

September 21, 2021 | | Posted in Newsletter

Heart Model Simulates Mechanical Load on Cardiac Tissues
“Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, along with collaborators in the Netherlands, have developed [MORE]

Transcranial Ultrasound Is Neuron Type Selective

July 13, 2021 | | Posted in Newsletter

Transcranial focused ultrasound neuromodulation
Biomedical engineers at Carnegie Mellon University report “that excitatory and inhibitory neurons are intrinsically different in response [MORE]

New Material for Soft Bioelectronics

May 18, 2021 | | Posted in Newsletter

Ag-hydrogel composite for soft bioelectronics
“Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University’s Soft Machines Lab have developed a unique silver-hydrogel composite that has [MORE]

Fibronectin (FN)-Based Nanomechanical Biosensor

January 26, 2021 | | Posted in Newsletter

3D Printing a mini human heart
To 3D print an artificial heart, the material has to show elasticity as does a [MORE]

AI Analysis of Placental Tissues

November 24, 2020 | | Posted in Newsletter

Human placenta
Clinical pathologists look at slides of placental tissues to find vascular abnormalities (particularly decidual vasculopathy) that pose risks for [MORE]

Self-Assembling Peptide Nucleic Acids

August 18, 2020 | | Posted in Newsletter

From engineers at Carnegie Mellon University: “. . . we demonstrate that gamma-modified peptide nucleic acids (γPNA) can be used [MORE]

Printing an Adult-Sized Human Heart

November 19, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Rebuilding the human hear
Carnegie Mellon University researchers report “a method to 3D-bioprint collagen using freeform reversible embedding of suspended hydrogels [MORE]

Ultrasound Sculpted Lens for Relay Imaging

October 8, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Ultrasound breakthrough
Electrical and computer engineers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a novel way of using ultrasound for noninvasive imaging [MORE]

First Non-Invasive Mind-Computer Interface

September 10, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Non invasive brain computer interface
In a collaboration between Carnegie Mellon and University of Minnesota, engineers, using a noninvasive brain-computer interface, [MORE]

Mind-Reading Machine

August 15, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

Brain Activation Patterns Identify Thoughts
Here’s a conundrum to consider: does a comatose person have a privacy right to their thoughts? [MORE]

Automating Molecular Structure Analysis

August 1, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

2D and 3D Structures
Determining the interaction between a molecule and its cellular receptor often is likened to a key and [MORE]

“Fingerprinting” the Brain

January 24, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

Carnegie Mellon Hackathon
Quoting directly: “A research team led by Carnegie Mellon University used diffusion MRI to measure the local connectome [MORE]