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Two Indian American Post-grads Named Gates Cambridge Scholars – India West

At least two Indian American post-graduate students were named among the 2017 class of Gates Cambridge Scholars at the University of Cambridge, the university announced in a Feb. 8 news release. A total of 36 scholars were named including Sarita Deshpande and Angela Madira Continue reading



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Now you can build your own bio-bot – ScienceBlog.com (blog)

Ill bet you dont have one of these at home. For the past several years, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been developing a class of walking bio-bots powered by muscle cells and controlled with electrical and optical pulses. Now, Rashid Bashirs bioengineering research group is sharing the recipe for the current generation of bio-bots. Continue reading



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A case for bioengineering – Varsity Online

Elimate Dengue is a project with trials across the world investigating the possibilities regarding the control of Dengue fever in high-risk areas. Hundreds of countries across the world are afflicted by various infectious diseases that put billions of lives at risk. Two such prevalent examples are that of dengue fever and more recently, the Zika virus. Continue reading



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Stanford Radio on SiriusXM features ‘living room conversations’ with faculty – Stanford University News

By Kathleen J. Sullivan In a pilot venture with SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Stanford is launching two talk programs hosted by faculty members: The Future of Everything, focused on engineering, science and technology, and Schools In, focused on teaching, learning and education. Bioengineering Professor Russ Altman hosts The Future of Everything, one of two new SiriusXM radio shows featuring conversations with Stanford faculty. Continue reading



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NEXT: The Future of Manufacturing will be Driven by Automation and Bioengineering – columbusunderground

The Columbus Idea Foundry provides a glimpse of the future of manufacturing. The Idea Foundry is an expression of the maker movement, a renewed interest in things and objects, in making and manufacture, and in the skilled trades, which have been in decline over the past two generations. Continue reading



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Bike Share Program: Getting Around Campus on Two Wheels – UCR Today (press release)

Bike riders can use the Zagster bikes for free during the first two hours By Sandra Baltazar Martinez on February 7, 2017 Bryan Marty Martinez, a fourth year student and current GCAP director, led a team of students to implement UCRs first Zagster bike share program. sandra baltazar martnez Riding on two wheels to get from one end of campus to the other just got easier. A few weeks ago, 50 new bicycles became available to all UC Riverside students, staff, and faculty members, via UCRs Zagster Bike Share program, UCRs first campuswide bike share program. Continue reading



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