The Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology provides a home for those who want to develop medical devices to meet unmet needs in health care, and bring them to patients.
The disembodied living lungs in one Yale researcher’s lab show that a standalone bioengineered lung is well along the road to reality.
A class of biomaterials called bulk metallic glasses could transform future implanted medical devices and other engineered objects.
“Restaurants. Good restaurants.” The surge in upscale eateries opening in New Haven, said Jon Soderstrom ...
The medical school’s efforts to bring its intellectual property to market have given the New Haven economy a boost.
Closer ties to industry raise questions about conflicts.