My watch list
my.chemeurope.com  
Login  

Bioengineering

News Bioengineering

  • Mussel research strenghtens graphene

    Researchers demonstrated the mussel-inspired reinforcement of graphene fibers for the improvement of different material properties. A research group under Professor Sang Ouk Kim applied polydopamine as an effective infiltrate binder to achieve high mechanical and electrical properties for graphene-b more

  • Bacteria "brewing" tiny, high-energy carbon rings

    Caltech scientists have created a strain of bacteria that can make small but energy-packed carbon rings that are useful starting materials for creating other chemicals and materials. These rings, which are otherwise particularly difficult to prepare, now can be "brewed" in much the same way as beer. more

  • 3-D printing improves cell adhesion and strength of PDMS polymer

    Combining two different polymer forms can switch manufacturing of silicone parts from molding, casting and spin coating of simple forms to 3-D printing of complex geometries with better mechanical characteristics and better biological adhesion, according to a team of Penn State researchers. "So far, more

All news on bioengineering

Videos Bioengineering

Pop science: Stanford engineers stop soap bubbles from swirling

The spinning rainbow surface of a soap bubble is more than mesmerizing – it’s a lesson in fluid mechanics. Better understanding of these hypnotic flows could bring improvements in many areas, from longer lasting beer foam to life-saving lung treatments. more

Publications Bioengineering

All publications on bioengineering

Authors Bioengineering

  • Katherina Mludek

    Katherina Mludek studied biotechnology and process technology at Furtwangen University. After receiving her bachelor degree, she then moved to Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences to begin her master’s in biotechnology and bioengineering. Her postgraduate research work has maintain more

  • Dr. Felix Kurth

    Felix Kurth studied bioengineering at the Technical University Dortmund (Germany) and at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (Sweden). During his PhD studies at ETH Zurich (Switzerland), which he completed in 2015, he developed lab-on-a-chip systems and methods for quantifying mechanobiol more

Watchlist

This is where you can add this topic to your personal favourites

Your browser is not current. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 does not support some functions on Chemie.DE