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Albany High science teams find winning formula – East Bay Times

ALBANY A pair of Albany High School science teams enjoyed tremendous success at competitions this year, furthering the local school systems academic reputation. The 15-member Science Olympiad team from AHS won its regional competition in March, then finished fifth at the Northern California championships on April 1. Also on April 1, a team of five students in the Biology Club finished second at the Cal Bioengineering Honor Society Bioengineering Competition Continue reading



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Engineers Develop Prosthetic Arm That Allows Girl to Play Violin – Breitbart News

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The New York Post reportsthat ten-year-old Isabella Nicola Cabrera was born with no left hand, but thanks to a specialized prosthesis created by a team of bioengineering students at the George Mason University, Cabrera can once again play the violin. Continue reading



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GMU students make 3D printed prosthetic arm for violinist | WUSA9 … – W*USA 9

Students from George Mason University design prosthetic arm for violist Peggy Fox, WUSA 7:28 PM. EDT April 20, 2017 FAIRFAX, VA (WUSA9) – A new beginning for a Fairfax County girl who has just received a new prosthetic arm that was designed and 3-D printed by George Mason University college students. Isabella Nicola, 10, has been raised by her mother, Andrea Cabrera, to never say never. Continue reading



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GMU students make 3D printed prosthetic arm for violinist | khou.com – KHOU

Students from George Mason University design prosthetic arm for violist Peggy Fox, WUSA 9:46 PM. CDT April 20, 2017 FAIRFAX, VA (WUSA9) – A new beginning for a Fairfax County girl who has just received a new prosthetic arm that was designed and 3-D printed by George Mason University college students Continue reading



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News in brief – Highlander Newspaper

UCR Researchers Create Sensor to Measure Liquid Samples Researchers at UCR have recently developed a sensor to measure samples by using a piece of glass tubing, which will help when measuring samples that are in liquid. The sensor can be used in many different applications including toxicology, developmental biology, plant sciences and biomaterials engineering. Continue reading



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12th Annual Wisconsin Stem Cell Symposium to focus on bioengineering – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Over the past several years, gene editing has become a powerful tool for creating cellular models of human diseases, particularly with the emergence of technologies like CRISPR-Cas9. But one concern with gene editing tools like CRISPR which allows scientists to cut and paste genetic sequences into a genome to correct errors or introduce changes is precision, says Krishanu Saha, a bioengineering professor at the University of WisconsinMadison. That is, editing genes sometimes introduces errors that could have unintended consequences. Continue reading



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