Selasa, 17 Februari 2009

MIT Faculty Interviews: Introduction to Bioengineering (2006)



(Mens et Manus-- "mind and hand")

Get ready to be inspired! In each 4 minute video interview a MIT professor walks you through their latest work. It provides great starting points for exploring the exciting new developments in bioengineering. Enjoy!

Controlling Biological Molecules in an Electronic Manner (with an antenna attached to a biological molecule!) Full videos of lab process! So cool must watch! Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Kimberly Hamad-Schifferli


The development of lab on a chip! With live lab footage! Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Todd Thorsen


Thinking of a cell as a mechanical device, and the development of a microscope that can see molecules and can move them with optical tweezers. Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Matthew Lang


Great explanation of a DNA sequencer and it's future. Full video footage of the sequencer in action! Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Paul Matsudaira


Growing Bones Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Linda Griffith
(In making devices with precise three-dimensional structure, as shown in Linda Griffith's video, she used TheriForm technology, which is available commercially from Therics, Inc., in Princeton, NJ.)


Bioengineering as a manufacturing technology Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Charles Cooney (added February 05, 2008)


Sugars coat all cells and dramatically influences how a cell behaves. Ram discusses sugar and how to understand and detect them. Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Ram Sasisekharan


Looking at effects of mechanical forces on cartilage Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Alan Grodzinsky


Designing seashell synthetic Nacure.Looking at the design principles behind teeth, shells, and bones. Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Christine Ortiz


Design of Anti-Cancer Drugs
Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Douglas Lauffenburger


Bioengineering Bacteria
Interview with Bioengineering faculty Prof. Greg Stephanopoulos

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