The Northeast Bioengineering Conference was organized by Thomas Webster, associate professor of engineering and the orthopedics at Brown. For more information about the event, go to www.nebec.org.
Highlights included: Arto Nurmikko, the L. Herbert Ballou University Professor of Engineering and Physics at Brown, spoke about new implantable brain sensors being developed at the university.
In addition, there were dozens of short presentations on research being conducted at universities across the Northeast, and there were poster displays highlighting other projects, as well as opportunities for students in these fields to get together.
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