Winter 2008 issue of The Bridge on Frontiers of Engineering
Articles
  • [Periodical Article]

    Cognitive Engineering Applications in Health Care

    Cognitive Engineering Applications in Health Care - Winter 2008 Bridge Read More

    Author: Ann m. Bisantz

    Frontiers of Engineering

    Release date: Winter 2008

    Volume: 38

    Number: 4

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    Driving Attention: Cognitive Engineering in Designing Attractions and Distractions

    Driving Attention: Cognitive Engineering in Designing Attractions and Distractions - Winter 2008 Bridge Read More

    Author: John D. Lee

    Frontiers of Engineering

    Release date: Winter 2008

    Volume: 38

    Number: 4

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    The Role of DNA in Nanoarchitectonics

      DNA and peptide nucleic acids are attractive assembly linkers for bottom-up nanofabrication. In the last several decades, the scaling of complementary-metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technologies has fueled multiple industries, which have produced new industrial and defense ... Read More

    Author: Mihrimah Ozkan and Cengiz S. Ozkan

    Frontiers of Engineering

    Release date: Winter 2008

    Volume: 38

    Number: 4

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    Roll Printing of Crystalline Nanowires for Integrated Electronic and Sensor Arrays

    Printable microscale and nanoscale inorganic materials, such as crystalline semiconductor nanowires, provide both high performance and air stability. Fabrication of printable sensor arrays on bendable/flexible substrates may enable the development of a wide range of new technologies, ... Read More

    Author: Zhiyong Fan, Johnny C. Ho, Roie Yerushalmi, and Ali Javey

    Frontiers of Engineering

    Release date: Winter 2008

    Volume: 38

    Number: 4

  • [Periodical Article]

    Targeted Polymeric Nanotherapeutics

    New drug-delivery strategies will lead to safer, more effective treatments for previously intractable diseases. This paper provides an overview of steps being taken by BIND Biosciences Inc. to translate innovative research conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and ... Read More

    Author: Jeff Hrkach

    Frontiers of Engineering

    Release date: Winter 2008

    Volume: 38

    Number: 4

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    Recent Development in Needle-Free Drug Delivery

    Macromolecular drugs can be delivered with painless, patient-friendly alternatives to injections. Delivering medicines to patients in a safe, effective, and compliant way can be a major challenge (Langer, 2003). Pills and injections are the most common modalities for administering ... Read More

    Author: Samir Mitragotri

    Frontiers of Engineering

    Release date: Winter 2008

    Volume: 38

    Number: 4

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    Highlights of the 2008 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

    Editor's Note Every year NAE sponsors a U.S. symposium on the Frontiers of Engineering (US FOE). For three days, about 100 outstanding young engineers (ages 30 to 45) from academia, industry, and government laboratories come together to share ideas and learn about cutting-edge research on ... Read More

    Author: Julia Phillips

    Frontiers of Engineering

    Release date: Winter 2008

    Volume: 38

    Number: 4