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Body on a chip

New Assistant Professor of Bioengineering Gretchen Mahler uses cell culture models to examine drug toxicity and cell behavior during disease. She creates a "body on a chip" – that's just larger than a peanut – by putting living cells (e.g. liver, kidney, etc.) into chambers etched onto silicon – liquid substances introduced to the chip pass through very small channels and interact with these cells. Mahler then analyzes these cells to determine how different drugs are absorbed into the body and how they interact with tissues.

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Commencement 2013 profile: Michael Forzano

Commencement 2013 profile: Michael Forzano
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Blind computer science student will soon work for Amazon in Seattle.  | More.

Commencement 2013 profile: Victoria Tagarelli

Commencement 2013 profile: Victoria Tagarelli
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Watson engineering student makes the most of her ‘second home.’ | More.

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Watson School marks 30 years of excellence
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Dozens take part in first event of anniversary celebration. | More.

University to receive $1.7 M to support training in high-need career fields

University to receive $1.7 M to support training in high-need career fields
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Funds will support engineering, nursing and cyber security hires. | More.

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Enhanced Center for Learning and Teaching to launch
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James Pitarresi named assistant provost and executive director.  | More.

Chamber of silence

Chamber of silence
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New lab will help Professor Ron Miles improve hearing aids. | More.

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Anechoic chamber

Ron Miles and the anechoic chamber.

ICK! Bioengineering Fair

The Binghamton Bioengineers put on another successful I'm a Complex Kid! (ICK!) Bioengineering fair.

Students build a baja vehicle

Mechanical Engineering seniors build a baja vehicle.

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Last Updated: 11/26/13