Seven University of North Dakota students have been selected as semifinalists in the U.S. Department of Defense’s SMART Scholarship-for-Service Program.
Biomedical Engineering Symposium brings together experts, industry leaders
On October 8th, the 2022 North Dakota Biomedical Engineering Symposium was held at UND Center for Innovation. This symposium started five years ago to promote the joint Biomedical Engineering programs at UND and NDSU, strengthening the collaborations among faculty, students, and industries. Providing new opportunities to broaden relationships, the event cultivates the development of BME collaborative research projects and proposals that require interdisciplinary participation, especially from industry.
CEM students place first, second, and third at UND Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition
Congratulations to our CEM students who took first, second, and third place at the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition!
‘Clear and concise’ in minutes flat
UND’s Three Minute Thesis competition rewards gift of gab, but takes a village to perfect.
CEM collaborates with researchers from European and Canadian Space Agencies in Short Arm Human Centrifuge Study
You may have seen Richard Branson traveling to outer space recently. It does not look far away that humans will be on Mars, and there is quite a bit of research, by different space programs, to see how the human body can adapt to almost one year of travel there in a microgravity environment. The […]
New engineering degree, certificate programs approved
UND’s College of Engineering & Mines to offer bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering, three new cybersecurity certificates To meet strong employer demand, the College of Engineering and Mines (CEM) at the University of North Dakota will now offer a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering as well as three new certificates for master’s students. The four […]
A loving hand
For their senior engineering project, five UND students built a prosthetic partial hand, shown here. The device is strapped to the hand of the subject, a local man whose left hand lacks a ring and pinky finger. Also shown is the EMG or electromyography sensor that detects signals from the muscles in the man’s wrist, […]