Our lab hosted 20 female students for Women Empowering Engineering Summer Camp. We showed them how we use microfluidic devices to study vascularization in fat tissue and the campers got to do their own microfluidic experiments!
We were out in full force this past weekend to show the community what we do in bioengineering and #STEM! Thank you to the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia Science Festival for letting us share in this special day! #GetNerdyPHL We demo’d … Continue reading →
The Little Chubby Chip, the Senior Design Team mentored by Dr. Bellas was featured in Temple U College of Engineering News!
"When you walk into the lab to meet the Senior Design team advised by Dr. Evangelia Bellas, the first thing you notice isn't test tubes or medical device components.
Hunched over a test chamber and looking through a glass partition, Mike Struss is patiently working through a phase of the project that seems to require deft hands.
But he's steady. Even surrounded by his teammates, all poking good fun at his being under pressure, that is."