The Approach Blog
This spring, a team of biomedical engineering students at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute helped create a critical component that may be used to diagnose skin cancer rapidly and at the point of care, pending FDA clearance.
Ge Wang wins 2023 Edward J Hoffman Medical Imaging Scientist Award, pens article on the future of medical imaging
Our lives are filled with smart devices - phones, rings, thermostats, speakers, doorbells, and more. But have you ever heard of smart manufacturing?
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