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Professors Ming Su and Art Coury of the Department of Chemical Engineering hosted at Northeastern University the first International Conference on Biomaterials and Chemical Biology. Collaborative research in these disciplines has the potential to advance the field of biomaterials in a unique way and lead to new discoveries for better medicines and treatments. The conference […]
The 42nd International Conference and Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites which will be held January 21-26 in Daytona Beach, Florida will feature three faculty members from the Chemical Engineering Department as part of an Honorary Symposium on Advancing Frontiers of Ceramics for Sustainable Societal Development. The Symposium honors affiliated faculty member, Dr. Mrityunjay Singh, of […]
ChE Professor Art Coury gave a talk at the University of California, Riverside yesterday as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series Presentation to Biomedical Engineering Department. Coury's talk is entitled, "Perspectives in Medical Product Translation: Imperatives, Challenges and Opportunities."
ChE University Distinguished Professor Art Coury will deliver a presentation titled “The Revolution in Biomaterial Development” at the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs Annual Conference.
ChE Professor Art Coury was interviewed by Reuters to examine Cativa's new hydrogel implant in the article "Water-based implant new option for Americans with big toe damage". Source: News @ Northeastern “It’s a good thing for prolonging a joint’s use without doing something more drastic, like a total joint replacement … but nobody knows how […]
Northeastern had the highest number of presentations by faculty and students ever at the World Biomaterials Congress held in Montreal from May 17-22, 2016.
ChE Professor Art Coury has made several trips to China in the past few years to setup biomaterial/bioengineering collaborations.
Arthur Coury, a new Chemical Engineering Professor & expert in polymeric biomaterials, will be teaching students the current state of biomaterials and what it may lead to in the future.