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Treating autoimmune disorders with an inhaler, rather than an IV

December 7, 2020

Research in mice shows efficacy for multiple sclerosis. Nanoparticles continue to find wider use in medical treatments in everything from drug delivery to diagnosing disease. In nearly every case, these ultrafine particles are delivered to patients via injection or through an IV. Biomedical engineers at the University of Michigan are exploring how nanoparticles that are […]

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Undergrads awarded by NASA, European Space Agency for project predicting COVID hotspots

November 11, 2020

The team earned the Best Use of Science award at the NASA Space Apps COVID-19 Challenge for their machine learning model that can predict hotspots for COVID outbreaks Five undergrad students majoring in computer science and biomedical engineering were recognized at a global 48-hour hackathon hosted by NASA to tackle the many challenges surrounding the […]

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Researchers Argue for a More Systematic Use of Mathematical Models To Study Neurotechnologies

November 10, 2020

Study calls into question rush to use brain stimulation technology to treat Parkinson’s and pain disorders. Electrical stimulation or neurostimulation technologies work for treating a wide range of neurological disorders, like chronic pain and Parkinson’s disease. In these technologies, electrical pulses are delivered from electrodes placed inside the brain or outside the skin to generate […]

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Bioethics Discussion: Population Control

January 26, 2021 - 7:00 pm
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