Biologically Inspired Engineering

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Interview with Dr Douglass Ingber : The Next Wave of Biologically Inspired Engineering

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[su_quote cite=”Donald Ingber in The Scientific American”]In the end organic as well as anorganic matter is made from the same building blocks. The only difference is how the atoms are arranged.[/su_quote]   [su_heading]

Serendipitous Science

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[su_quote cite=”Donald Ingber – Serendipitous Science Lecture (PopTech)”]And the reason that I’m here today (in terms of serendipity) is that I saw [tensegrity structures] for the first time when I was an undergraduate at Yale in a sculpture class that I just happened to take the same week that I learned to culture cells. And that, as they say, is the beginning of the rest of my life.[/su_quote]     Donald E. Ingber, M.D., Ph.D. Founding Director & Core Faculty Member Platform Leader, Biomimetic Microsystems Wyss Institute Judah Folkman Professor of Vascular Biology, Harvard Medical School Boston Children’s Hospital Professor of Bioengineering Harvard School of Engineering & Applied Sciences

 

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  1. August 12, 2014

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