Long-Lasting Device Protects Against HIV and Pregnancy$25 Million Gift to Expand Regenerative Medicine Research Northwestern Helps Bring First  BME Programs to Nigerian UniversitiesRobotic Fish Research Featured on BBCProfessor Ameer Receives Proof-of-Concept FundingSynthetic Biologists Break New Ground in Medicine, Energy

Long-Lasting Device Protects Against HIV and Pregnancy

Intravaginal ring providing dual protection is first of its kind to enter a clinical trial

$25 Million Gift to Expand Regenerative Medicine Research

BioNanotechnology Institute to be named for Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey

Northwestern Helps Bring First BME Programs to Nigerian Universities

Northwestern will begin training programs to help Nigerian universities set up biomedical engineering curriculums, invent medical devices for the country’s health care.

Robotic Fish Research Featured on BBC

The BBC profiled new research from Malcolm MacIver, who has developed agile fish robots that could vastly improve underwater vehicles

Professor Ameer Receives Proof-of-Concept Funding

His project is focused on testing safety and efficacy standards for a medical device with potential applications in wound healing.

Synthetic Biologists Break New Ground in Medicine, Energy

Northwestern scientists engineer living systems to tackle global problems.

 
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