#Biomedical

Engineers create reusable EpiPen

6 months ago — 1.5 min read

A team of Engineers from South African have developed a new EpiPen that works using replaceable cartridges. While the 'ZiBiPen' costs £60; the cartridges cost only £12. This is a...

3D printing and origami set to improve bone implant outcomes

1 year ago — 1 min read

Engineers have pioneered a new low-cost technique for 3D printing that allows structures that fold themselves into different shapes - this advance could improve how surgeons create bone implants.

DNA Replication Filmed For The First Time

1 year ago — 1.5 min read

Researchers have recorded up-close footage of a single DNA molecule replicates itself. New footage showing DNA Replication is raising questions about how we have always assumed the process works.

String Theory – Stanford Bioengineers develop the “Paperfuge”, a 20-cent hand-powered blood centrifuge

2 years ago — 2 min read

Bioengineers working at Stanford have developed an ultra-low-cost, human-powered blood centrifuge. The "Paperfuge" has rotational speeds of up to 125,000 revolutions per minute, can separate blood plasma from red cells...

Britain set to become ‘global epicentre’ of biomedical engineering

2 years ago — 1.5 min read

The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) has awarded Imperial College London £20 million to develop a brand new biomedical engineering hub at its White City Campus. The HEFCE...

The University of Oxford are unlocking exciting new approaches in chemotherapy and radiotherapy using ultrasound

2 years ago — 1.5 min read

Good news for the ground-breaking research of biomedical engineer Professor Eleanor Stride and the team at the University of Oxford; they have secured funding from the CRUK–EPSRC Multidisciplinary Project Award...