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Million Electrode Array for Brain-Computer Interface

September 13, 2022 | | Posted in Newsletter

Million electrode array for brain interfaces Is under development
Under DARPA’s Neural Engineering Systems Design Program, engineers at Columbia University have [MORE]

Ionic Communications for Implantables

June 28, 2022 | | Posted in Newsletter

Ionic communication for implantable bioelectronics
“Here, we [electrical engineers at Columbia University] introduce ionic communication (IC) that uses ions to effectively [MORE]

Swept Confocally Aligned Planar Excitation Microscopy

June 14, 2022 | | Posted in Newsletter

New High-Speed 3D Microscope—SCAPE
“[Columbia University] Researchers have developed a technology that could replace conventional biopsies and histology with real-time imaging [MORE]

Diagnostic Test Aimed at the Pace of Aging

April 5, 2022 | | Posted in Newsletter

Epidemiologists Develop State-of-the-Art Tool for Measuring Pace of Aging
“Researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health have developed a [MORE]

Long Term Success for Gene Therapy in Sickle Cell Patients

March 1, 2022 | | Posted in Newsletter

Potential treatments for Sickle Cell Disease
“Gene therapy with the use of LentiGlobin for sickle cell disease (bb1111; lovotibeglogene autotemcel) consists [MORE]

Renal Denervation via Ultrasound to Lower Blood Pressure

July 27, 2021 | | Posted in Newsletter

Dr.  Ajay J. Kirtane uses ultrasound for medication resistant hypertension
“Brief pulses of ultrasound delivered to nerves near the kidney produced [MORE]

Implantable Motes

July 20, 2021 | | Posted in Newsletter

3D motes for real-time wireless temperature sensing
A mote is a tiny piece of a substance, as with a mote of [MORE]

Regenerating Tendon and Ligament Tissue

June 23, 2020 | | Posted in Newsletter

Muscles and tendons of the arm and leg:
Ligaments and tendons are complicated tissues, with blood vessels, nerves, and lymphatic vessels [MORE]

Fully Functional Lungs Grown from Stem Cells, in Animal Study

February 25, 2020 | | Posted in Newsletter

Stem cells grow functional lungs in mice
“Researchers at Columbia University were able to grow fully functional lungs in mouse embryos [MORE]

Synthetic Biology Primes Solid Tumors for Immunotherapy

September 3, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Engineered bacterium armed with cancer fighting antibody
Engineering bacteria to deliver anticancer drugs amounts to giving an untreatable cancer a treatable [MORE]

“Hair Farms”

August 20, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Hair follicle
Using a 3D printer to make plastic molds for skin tissue, bioengineers at Columbia University added a “cocktail of [MORE]

A More Attentive Hearing Aid

July 30, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Brain controlled hearing aid
Most hearing aids are simply sound amplifiers—unable to distinguish individual sounds in a cacophony. But a better [MORE]

Engineering a Breathing Lung

October 17, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

Bioengineering Using Functional Vascularized Lung Scaffold
Columbia University bioengineers have created the first functional lung (rodent) with perfusable and healthy vasculature.  [MORE]

Million Electrode Array for Brain-Computer Interface

September 12, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

Brain Electrode
Under DARPA’s Neural Engineering Systems Design Program, engineers at Columbia University have developed a high density electrode array that’s [MORE]