A total of 75 items listed.
Professor Christofer Toumazou FREng FRS
Advances in the use of silicon semiconductor technology to replace and monitor biological functions and other research being conducted by the Institute of Biomedical Engineering.
A cool biorepository
How engineering behind the 2008 MacRobert Award finalist helped create a reliable storage facility at - 80°C for millions of biological samples.
Response to broadband in the UK; Response to Palme D'Or; Technology Strategy Board
The 2008 MacRobert Award winners describe how they developed the bionic i-LIMB hand
Millennium Technology Prize Winner Announced; Engineers Take Flight; Public Engagement Fellowships
Mending Broken Legs
How the Staffordshire Orthopaedic Reduction Machine has met a clinical need in the re-alignment of leg fractures
Responses to 'Systems Biology' and the MacRobert Awards
Colin Blakemore FMedSci Hon FIBiol FRCP Hon FBAASc FRS, Andrew J Millar, Dr Geoffrey Robinson FREng
Seeing Into The Future
How the retinal detachment suffered by an five year old boy inspired a revolution in ocular technology
Lionel Tarassenko FREng
An Engineering Biography
The Professor of Electrical Engineering at Oxford University talks to Michael Kenward OBE about teaching, biomedicine and commercial success.
Systems Biology: the basis of a third Industrial Revolution?
Professor Richard Kitney OBE FREng and Dr Loredana Santoro
Renewable Processing: The Green Alternative
An environmentally considerate process for manufacturing ethyl acetate
Biocomponents - Bringing Life to Engineering
Peter Moar and Professor Peter Guthrie OBE
Examining the use of living organisms as components within engineering solutions