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Professor Tom Webster Finalist for Young Investigator Award
October 25, 2005
At the first ever Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Nanomedicine, Professor Tom Webster was selected as an award finalist for the Young Investigator Award.
 
Professor Peixuan Guo: Researcher in the News
October 25, 2005
Peixuan Guo, Professor of Veterinary Pathobiology and Biomedical Engineering at Purdue, has been receiving a wide variety of media attention recently.
Ten Purdue REU Students Present Research Results at BMES Annual Meeting
October 13, 2005
Ten students who participated in Purdue's Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program were selected to present their research results at the recent BMES Fall Meeting, held in Baltimore, MD, September 28th through October 1st.
 
Dr. James Leary Named School of Veterinary Medicine Professor of Nanomedicine
October 13, 2005
The Purdue University Board of Trustees approved a named professorship for Dr. James Leary on September 23rd.
 
Dr. Leslie A. Geddes Named Honorary Fellow of BMES
October 13, 2005
At the recent Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting in Baltimore, Dr. Leslie A. Geddes was named an Honorary Fellow of BMES.
 
Two BME Students Finalists for Chorafas Award
August 23, 2005
Two BME graduate students, Alaina Pizzo and Yanan Zheng, were named finalists in the 2005 Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation Award competition.
 
Alaina Pizzo Wins Prestigious Chorafas Award
August 23, 2005
On Friday, August 19, Alaina Pizzo was awarded the 2005 Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation Award for her tissue engineering research.
 
BME Researchers Developing Solutions to "Oh, My Aching Back!"
July 26, 2005
A team of biomedical engineering faculty are developing specialized hydraulic machines and software that can be used to design better and longer lasting implants for people suffering from spinal injuries, disease, and age-related wear.
 
Fifth Summer Seminar Held
July 19, 2005
The creation of gaps in nanoscale wires is of interest for both fundamental and applied research. Fundamental research benefits from a better understanding of how to form such gaps as well as the study of them. Filling the gaps with other materials helps advances research on the next generation of electronic devices. In addition, the wires created can be selectively placed across the gaps of microfabricated electrodes, allowing the electrical properties of the nanowire(s) to be determined.

REU Students Exhibit Research Progress
July 12, 2005
Students participating in the NSF-sponsored Research Experience for Undergraduates program presented their early research results at a poster session in the Fu Room of the Potter Building on July 5th.
 

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