Dr. Brian Cunningham leads an interdisciplinary research group focused on the application of sub-wavelength optical phenomena and fabrication methods to the development of novel devices and instrumentation for the life sciences. He discusses his work and its implications for patient care.
The recent IEEE Metro Area Workshop in Boston, Massachusetts included a Life Sciences track. This month we bring you articles and an interview from presenters at that event. In an interview and an article, Nanotechnology expert Brian Cunningham tells us about his breakthrough work in …
By Aniruddha Datta
Cancer encompasses various diseases associated with loss of control in the mechanisms that regulate the cell numbers in a multicellular organism. It is usually caused by malfunction(s) in the cellular signaling pathways. Malfunctions occur in different ways and at different locations in a …
By Brian T. Cunningham
A new method allows researchers to view cellular growth and interactions, without requiring the use of stains or fixation!
By Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer
Healthcare-related facilities and other life science applications represent complex environments with significant safety implications. This offers both challenges and opportunities to bioengineers.