Explore a selection of works produced by faculty in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Michigan Technological University.

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Works from 2012

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New approaches in evaluating metallic candidates for bioabsorbable stents, Patrick Bowen, Jaroslaw W. Drelich, Robert E. Buxmaum, Rupak Rajachar, and Jeremy Goldman

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Tensile testing as a novel method for quantitatively evaluating bioabsorbable material degradation, Patrick Bowen, Jesse Gelbaugh, Phillip J. Mercier, Jeremy Goldman, and Jaroslaw W. Drelich

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Fabrication of biocompatible, vibrational magnetoelastic materials for controlling cellular adhesion, Hal Holmes, Ee Lim Tan, Keat Ghee Ong, and Rupak Rajachar

Submissions from 2011

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Mussel-inspired adhesives and coatings, Bruce P. Lee, P. B. Messersmith, J. N. Israelachvili, and J. H. Waite

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A simplified in vivo approach for evaluating the bioabsorbable behavior of candidate stent materials, Daniel Pierson, Jacob Edick, Aaron Tauscher, Erin Pokorney, Patrick Bowen, Jesse Gelbaugh, Jaroslaw W. Drelich, Jeremy Goldman, and et. al.

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Design, fabrication, and implementation of a wireless, passive implantable pressure sensor based on magnetic higher-order harmonic fields, Ee Lim Tan, Andrew DeRouin, Brandon D. Pereles, and Keat Ghee Ong

Works from 2008

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Implantable biosensors for real-time strain and pressure monitoring, Ee Lim Tan, Brandon D. Pereles, Brock Horton, Ranyuan Shao, Mohammed Zourob, and Keat Ghee Ong

Works from 2007

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Nanoscratch testing to assess the fiber adhesion of short-carbon-fiber composites, Julia A. King, Ibrahim Miskioglu, Debra D. Wright, and Charles Van Karsen

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A novel method of measuring electrophoretic mobility of gas bubbles, Aref Seyyed Najafi, Jaroslaw Drelich, and Adam Yeung

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A wireless, passive sensor for quantifying packaged food quality, Ee Lim Tan, Wen Ni Ng, Ranyuan Shao, Brandon D. Pereles, and Keat Ghee Ong

Works from 2005

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Nanoindentation of injection molded PLA and self-reinforced composite PLA after in vitro conditioning for three months, Debra D. Wright-Charlesworth, Darinda M. Miller, Ibrahim Miskioglu, and Julia A. King

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Nanomechanical properties of self-reinforced composite poly(methyl methacrylate) as a function of processing temperature, Debra D. Wright-Charlesworth, William J. Peers, Ibrahim Miskioglu, and Laura L. Loo

Works from 2004

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Constrained shrinkage of highly oriented poly(methyl methacrylate) fibers, Debra D. Wright, Eugene P. Lautenschlager, and Jeremy L. Gilbert

Works from 2002

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Empirical Validation of SAR Values Predicted by FDTD Modeling, P. Gajšek, T. J. Walters, W. D. Hurt, J. M. Ziriax, D. A. Nelson, and Patrick A. Mason