Biomedical Engineering

Breaking the mold is the bread and butter of Human Centered Design Studio, a two-semester capstone course at Mines focused on developing adaptive equipment for people (and sometimes animals) with disabilities.
As medical care becomes more personalized, Mines researchers are forging ahead in the field by developing nano-sized biotechnology that was once the stuff of science fiction.
Expanding its presence in the health-tech sector and the city of Denver, Colorado School of Mines will join Catalyst HTI , a first-of-its-kind health care innovation hub opening this summer that will
Colorado School of Mines researchers in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering have developed magnetic “microlassos” no longer than the width of a human hair that could be used to
Andrew Petruska, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been selected to receive the Boettcher Foundation’s Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Award. Petruska is
An assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines is working to develop a material to fill cavities while stimulating teeth to rebuild themselves—an innovation
This diagram illustrates the assemblage and rolling of the microwheels. GOLDEN, Colo., Jan. 6, 2016 – Biomedical microwheel research conducted by members of the Colorado School of Mines Department of
Atomic force microscope image of graphene GOLDEN, Colo., Dec. 21, 2015 – Faculty in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering are creating a self-sustaining scanning probe microscopy
Colorado School of Mines has a long tradition of women pursuing studies in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields – dating back to 1898 when Florence Caldwell was the first woman to
GOLDEN, Colo., April 27, 2015 – The Colorado School of Mines Center for Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Research, along with Hanger Clinic and Freedom Innovations, will hold a free, all-ages running