#BioEngineering

The first Artificial Cartilage Gel Strong Enough for Knees

2 months ago — Long Read

Knee cartilage performs an important role in our bodies, acting as both a barrier to protect our joints from harm and a soft cushion. This amazing biological substance has proved...

3D printed tissues could keep athletes on track

1 year ago — Quick Read

Bio-engineers from Rice University and the University of Maryland have shown off their first success at engineering scaffolds which can act like osteochondral tissue. Problems with osteochondral tissue - the...

AI learns to detect tumours in microscopy images

2 years ago — Long Read

A team Japanese researchers have been able to spot different cancer within microsoptic images using deep-learning AI techniques. The new technique could lead to better cancer treatments. The technique used...

Bioengineered Lungs Grown in a Lab Transplanted Into Pigs

2 years ago — Quick Read

The average wait in the UK for a lung transplant is three to six months. There are more patients need of lungs than there are available donor organ. Bioengineers at...

“This is Engineering” – How the Royal Academy of Engineering is re-branding Engineering for the 21st Century

3 years ago — Quick Read

The Royal Academy of Engineering has launched "This is Engineering". The new campaign has been designed by The Royal Academy of Engineering to change perceptions of Engineering.

2018 Inventor Prize finalists announced

3 years ago — Long Read

Finalists for this year's Inventor Prize, launched last year as a partnership between Nesta, a global innovation foundation and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy have just been...