Rutgers Engineers Develop Machine Learning Imaging Device to Better Administer Needles and Catheters.

Dev Kapadia 23′ A critical part of medical procedures is gaining vascular access – opening up a patient’s blood vessels to either draw blood or administer medication. Such operations are extremely common as medical professionals in the United States perform over one billion vascular access procedures every year.1 Peripheral vessels, … Continue reading

Nanoparticles: Big advancements in the science of the miniature

Anna Brinks ’21 Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing science with applications across numerous fields, including chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering. The famous lecture “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom” delivered by Nobel laureate Richard Feynman in 1959 marked the emergence of nanotechnology in the scientific community, and since this … Continue reading