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Goodbye GMO, Hello Bioengineered: USDA publishes labeling rules

GOODBYE GMO, HELLO BIOENGINEERED: USDA PUBLISHES LABELING RULES

Trump's USDA has issued final rules for labeling food products of biotechnology , commonly known to all of us as GMOs. Since GMOs have...

BIOCHEMIST AND ENZYME ENGINEER - SD SYN BIOTECH - CARLSBAD, CA

About SD Syn Biotech:. Scientist, biochemistry, yeast, bacteria, biosensor, laboratory, biotech, biology, genetic, protein, enzyme,...

 
 
 
Life Science Bioengineering B202 / Christensen & Co. Architects

LIFE SCIENCE BIOENGINEERING B202 / CHRISTENSEN & CO. ARCHITECTS

© Adam Mørk Architects: Christensen & Co. Architects Location: 330, Elektrovej, 2800 Kongens Lyngby, Denmark Area: 47000.0 m2 Project...

Beyond Labels: 10 Things You Should Know About GMOs

BEYOND LABELS: 10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GMOS

As the new federal guidlines for disclosure of bioengineered foods (in the form of the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Law )...

 
 
 

SCIENTISTS SIMPLIFY AND ACCELERATE DIRECTED EVOLUTION BIOENGINEERING METHOD

Researchers reported that they have accelerated and simplified directed evolution by having live cells do most of the heavy lifting....

Uterus Bioengineering Using Stem Cells May Help Treat Endometriosis

UTERUS BIOENGINEERING USING STEM CELLS MAY HELP TREAT ENDOMETRIOSIS

Endometriosis could soon be treated using stem cells that can be induced to produce healthy uterine cells to replace the diseased tissue....

 
 
 
EMBS VP Elect Elections: Finance

EMBS VP ELECT ELECTIONS: FINANCE

Bruce Wheeler Bruce Wheeler has been an EMBS member since 1974 and has served EMBS and the Biomedical Engineering community in many...

JTEHM Editor-in-Chief: Pamela T. Bhatti

JTEHM EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: PAMELA T. BHATTI

Introducing Our New Editor-in-Chief Pamela Bhatti is an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia...

 
 
 

NEW TECHNIQUE REVEALS LIMB CONTROL IN FLIES-AND MAYBE ROBOTS

A new neural recording technique developed by EPFL bioengineers enables for the first time the comprehensive measurement of neural...

How Companies are Using Microbiome-Based Therapies to Improve Patient Outcomes

HOW COMPANIES ARE USING MICROBIOME-BASED THERAPIES TO IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES

On Wednesday morning at the BIO Investor Forum , leaders from six companies at the forefront of microbiome innovation assembled to...

 
 
 
 
 
 
UC Davis Biomedical Engineering Professor Cheemeng Tan Named a 2018 Young Innovator by Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering

UC DAVIS BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROFESSOR CHEEMENG TAN NAMED A 2018 YOUNG INNOVATOR BY CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOENGINEERING

Sept. 4, 2018 The UC Davis Biomedical Engineering Department congratulates Dr. Cheemeng Tan on being named a 2018 Young Innovator by...

BIOENGINEERS RECEIVE $12M GRANT FROM NIH TO FURTHER RESEARCH ON BUILDING BLOCKS OF HUMAN METABOLISM

 
 
 

A 3-D MODEL OF A HUMAN HEART VENTRICLE

Harvard University researchers have bioengineered a three-dimensional model of a human left heart ventricle that could be used to study...

CELL STUDIO: SERIOUS GAMES FOR IMMUNOLOGY

Researchers at the Tel Aviv University, Israel, Dortmund University, Germany, and Arizona State University, U.S., have collaborated...

 
 
 
Food, Health and Environmental Future Day: Biotechnology Drives Sustainability

FOOD, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL FUTURE DAY: BIOTECHNOLOGY DRIVES SUSTAINABILITY

On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, BIO hosted its Food, Health and Environmental Future Day at the 2018 BIO International Convention. Kicking...

New Machine Learning Approach Could Accelerate Bioengineering

NEW MACHINE LEARNING APPROACH COULD ACCELERATE BIOENGINEERING

A new approach developed by Zak Costello and Hector Garcia Martin brings the the speed and analytic power of machine learning to bioengineering....

 
 
 
USDA's proposals for GMO labels

USDA'S PROPOSALS FOR GMO LABELS

One picture is worth a thousand words. Here is my favorite of USDA's proposals for the front-of-package icon for GMO foods . Translation:...

RESEARCHERS ENGINEER YEAST TO MANUFACTURE COMPLEX MEDICINE

Stanford University bioengineers have figured out a way to make noscapine, a non-narcotic cough suppressant that occurs naturally in...