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With a focus on promoting interdisciplinary collaboration, Oakland University has elevated its bioengineering program to a department. The move is intended to strengthen the university's academic profile and help students succeed in a rapidly evolving job market.
The department is the first in the university's history to be under the shared governance of core academic units, the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Its origins trace back to when the engineering biology program was founded in 2007.
The name was eventually changed to bioengineering and the curriculum was retooled to maximize faculty expertise across academic disciplines. The transition to a department was finalized in 2019, the result of extensive collaboration between faculty and administrative leaders from both CAS and SECS.
"The Department of Bioengineering would not have come to fruition without the dedication and commitment of numerous individuals," said Shailesh Lal, professor of biological sciences and chair of the Department of Bioengineering. "We are especially grateful for the efforts of CAS Dean Kevin Corcoran and SECS Dean Louay Chamra who helped navigate a comprehensive approval process and establish a sound foundation for the department for years to come."
Department leaders are preparing to seek accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), an important step in the long-term success of the department. To be ABET-accredited, programs must meet objectives related to students, student outcomes, program educational objectives, facilities, institutional support, curriculum, faculty and continuous improvement.
According to Lal, housing the program within a department will help ensure it has the support and resources required to meet the ongoing demands of accreditation, which comes up for renewal every three years. Moreover, department status will also help the university continue to recruit and retain high-quality faculty and students, and also establish collaborations with industry for student design projects, internships and employment opportunities.Along with learning in the classroom and in the lab, students can also join the Oakland University chapter of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. EMBS provides a forum for all students to learn about the field of biomedical engineering, including careers, internships, lab positions and academic conferences.
Currently, Oakland offers a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering, a program which has more than 80 students who are declared majors. An additional number of students are working toward fulfilling the prerequisites needed to declare the major. Once the program is accredited, expected in winter 2021, these students and future students will be covered under the accreditation. They'll be prepared to enter advanced degree programs and pursue a wide range of careers in engineering, technology, health care and more.
"There's no shortage of jobs that combine the principles of biology and engineering," said Gerard Madlambayan, associate professor of biological sciences and a co-founding faculty member affiliated with the Department of Bioengineering. "The field is incredibly diverse, including everything from gene editing, to medical imaging, pharmaceuticals, tissue engineering and prosthetics. The possibilities are endless and the benefits to society can be life-changing."
Senior bioengineering major Eric Seidel has spent more than two years at Oakland University's Eye Research Institute (ERI) working on research that applies bioengineering concepts to the study of potential amyloid fibrillar protein aggregates found in cataractous lenses which could benefit the study of other protein aggregation diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
"I learned a great deal about what it means to be a researcher and work on a project," said Seidel, who worked closely with ERI Director Frank Giblin, the project's principal investigator. "There were many opportunities to problem solve and troubleshoot, which is the heart of the research process. It's a lot of work, but when you find solutions, it's very gratifying."
Jia Li, professor of engineering and co-founding faculty member affiliated with the Department of Bioengineering, calls bioengineering an "interdisciplinary and collaborative research field that promotes mutual learning to overcome human challenges."
She added, "Microscope nuclear imaging, computer-aided diagnosis, remote sensing just to name a few have become indispensable engineering tools in the study of biology and environment monitoring."
More broadly, the focus on interdisciplinary collaboration is part of an overarching effort to equip students with the knowledge and skills to make transformative impacts in their communities and throughout the world.
"This is a unique collaborative initiative between the School of Engineering and Computer Science and Department of Biological Sciences," said Louay Chamra, dean of the School of Engineering and Computer Science. "I strongly believe that graduates of this program will develop solutions to health-related problems, and techniques that improve quality of life."
Kevin Corcoran, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, echoed those sentiments."OU is unique in this full collaboration between Biology and Engineering," said Corcoran. "We believe this deep connection will result in graduates whose knowledge in each of these areas will serve them and society very well."
For more information on OU's Department of Bioengineering, visit oakland.edu/bioengineering or contact Shailesh Lal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Researchers looking for an alternative to uterus transplants successfully restored uterine structure and function in rabbits using bioengineered uterine tissue.
The research, published in Nature Biotechnology, showed that the engineered tissue developed native tissue-like structures and was able to support pregnancies leading to live births.
'The study shows that engineered uterine tissue is able to support normal pregnancies, and fetal development was normal,' said author Professor Anthony Atala from theWake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine in North Carolina. 'With further development, this approach may provide a pathway to pregnancy for women with an abnormal uterus'.
In the study, 78 rabbits were randomly assigned to four different groups: groups one to three had most of their uterine tissue removed. Group four was a normal control group, where animals underwent a sham surgery but no tissue was removed.
In group one the excision was repaired with a synthetic polymer scaffold containing cells collected from the tissue that was removed; group two underwent repair with the polymer scaffold only; in group three no extra material was added and the remaining edges were stitched together.
The polymer scaffolds degraded after three months. At six months the group that had repair with the scaffold only developed a thin uterine wall, but the group that received the scaffold seeded with cellshad developed native tissue-like structures including distinct endometrium and myometrium tissue layers, and were expressing progesterone and oestrogen hormone receptors. The excision-only group formed scar tissue.
The rabbits were mated naturally with fertile males six months after the procedures. Four out of ten rabbits from the tissue-engineered group had normal pregnancies and gave birth to healthy offspring with normal body weights. No fetal development occurred in the scaffold-only or excision-only groups.
'This is a highly significant finding with great potential for future human application. For women who suffer infertility due to a severely damaged uterus or because of a hysterectomy then adaptations of this approach may well find clinical application,' saidProfessor Darren Griffin from the University of Kent, who was not involved in the study.
Uterus transplantation became a viable treatment following the first successful transplant which led to a live birth in 2014. However, this treatment is associated with a range of issues including lack of donors, transplant rejection and the risk of disease transmission. Bioengineered uteri could be an alternative treatment method for women with uterine infertility; however, more preclinical studies need to be carried out before clinical trials can be performed in humans.
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For decades, Cornells Adult University (CAU) has hosted Cornell alumni, their families and friends on the Ithaca campus for faculty-led programs for adults and youth during the summer months. COVID-19 made these weeklong education vacations impossible this year.
But CAU is still carrying out its mission of lifelong learning by presenting free online courses, lectures and seminars for adults and youth July 631.
Public interest in CAUs virtual summer offerings has exceeded our expectations, said Lora Gruber-Hine, director of CAU, which is part of Cornells School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions.
The response from alumni has been overwhelmingly positive; returning students are signing up in droves, anxious to learn from their favorite faculty member and reunite with acquaintances from years past, Gruber-Hine said. Parents and first-timers are excited to engage with our instructors and find out firsthand what CAU is all about.
The online offerings were made possible by an outpouring of support from Cornell faculty and students who dedicated time, energy and expertise to make the virtual program a reality, Gruber-Hine said.
The high demand for CAUs ambitious, first-ever Virtual Summer Program has resulted in full enrollment for weeklong, faculty-led courses for adults. Topics include Getting Back to Ithaca: Homers Odyssey, taught by Michael Fontaine, professor of classics; Handling the Coronavirus, at Home and Abroad, taught by David Silbey, director of Cornell in Washington; and Medical Ethnobotany, taught by plant biologist Guilia Friso, senior research associate in the School of Integrative Plant Science.
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For youth and teens ages 9 to 15, CAUs free virtual activities include daily online classes on topics such as veterinary science, bioengineering, Supreme Court decisions and creative writing. Webinars and social media meetups will feature virtual campus tours, Q&A sessions with Cornell students, contests, trivia and more.
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Fluence Leads Global Research Initiative to Study Impact of Light Quality on Plant Development, Yield and Crop Quality – Financial Post
The ongoing multi-country and multi-crop initiative advances Fluences and the greater horticultural industrys understanding of the interaction between light and life
AUSTIN, Texas Fluence by OSRAM (Fluence), a leading global provider of energy-efficient LED lighting solutions for commercial cannabis and agriculture production, has expanded its global photobiology research program, which encompasses studies on multiple vine crops, leafy greens and medical cannabis in the United States, Canada, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
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Fluence leverages a network of leading research institutions and partners for its program, including Wageningen University & Research (WUR) for tomatoes; Proefstation voor de Groenteteelt (Proefstation) to study cucumbers; Harrow Research and Development Centre for peppers; The Technical University of Munichs Greenhouse Lab Centre for lettuce; Wageningen Plant Researchs Greenhouse Horticulture business unit and Compassionate Cultivation for medical cannabis.
The latest studies utilized Fluences VYPR Series top light and expanded PhysioSpec spectra offeringwhich features four spectra and market-leading efficacies up to 3.8 mol/Jin a randomized block design with triple replicates during a winter growing season. A leader in global horticultural research, WUR explored the impact of each spectrum on Merlice and Brioso tomato cultivars.
Traditionally, tomato plants are grown under high-pressure sodium lights, where only one spectrum is available to growers, said Ep Heuvelink, associate professor of horticulture and product physiology at WUR. Given the efficacy of Fluences LED solutions and the companys spectra options, its critical to understand how various tomato cultivars perform under LEDs and diversified spectra.
Featuring a 1.3-hectare greenhouse with 38 independent compartments, Proefstations facility brings more than 50 years of experience in research on the cultivation of greenhouse and field vegetables.
Light spectra have an important impact on plant and fruit quality, and weve found that LEDs provide a more optimal, precise spectrum than HPS, said Jonas De Win, lead cucumber researcher at Proefstation. This research is critical for our growers who frequently ask which spectra is best for their greenhouse and crop variety. Our goal is to act as the bridge between cucumber growers and the latest scientific research, enabling cultivators to enhance their environments and ultimately become more profitable.
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LED lighting is a proven, viable option for global crop growers, said David Cohen, CEO of Fluence. Our exploration of the impact of light quality on plant development is driving a deeper conversation about efficacy, yield and quality between growers and their partners. Our commitment to leading cross-geography, multi-crop research will help guide growers in building a supplemental lighting strategy tailored to their unique business goals.
Fluence will distribute research results throughout the year, uncovering how the optimal lighting strategy varies by crop, species and environment. Results from Fluences cucumber trial with Proefstation will be previewed on July 15, 2020 on a webinar hosted by Leo Lansbergen, Fluences horticulture service specialist and expert in cucumber cultivation.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to determining your lighting strategy, said David Hawley, Ph.D., Fluences senior scientist. Exploring how to manipulate LED technology presents a world of opportunity for us as scientists, but ultimately benefits growers looking to customize their cultivation environments. Insights derived from each study will help growers understand how various spectra impact harvests and plant quality, including factors ranging from nutrition and flavor to shelf life.
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Fluence Bioengineering, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of OSRAM, creates powerful and energy-efficient LED lighting solutions for commercial crop production and research applications. Fluence is a leading LED lighting supplier in the global cannabis market and is committed to enabling more efficient crop production with the worlds top vertical farms and greenhouse produce growers. Fluence global headquarters are based in Austin, Texas, with its EMEA headquarters in Rotterdam, Netherlands. For more information about Fluence, visit http://www.fluence.science.
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