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June 2015

The Words That Will Ruin Your Resume

June 28, 2015

Championed. Spearheaded. Pioneered. There are a myriad of terms, phrases, and words that will ruin your resume. The above are not such examples. The above words paint a picture of a fearless leader, charging into battle against [more...]

Microfluidics’ Watershed Moment

June 28, 2015

The HµRELflow™ cell-based assay system has three microfluidic devices on a biochip. Each device incorporates two cell culture compartments interconnected by microscale channels. Integrated micropumps recirculate culture media within the [more...]

The Anatomy of Cancer

June 21, 2015

Breast Cancer Stem Cells (Image Credit: University of Michigan) , Adopted from TumorGen MDx One in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer. But what is cancer?  Cancer is a set of complex diseases. The origins of [more...]

Heartbeat On a Chip

June 21, 2015

Heartbeat Chip Test (Image credit: Michigan Engineering)  The ability to accurately test drugs and therapies for human use is a goal we desperately need to reach. Often animals are used to test drugs intended for human use, which not only [more...]

Nanofiber Band-Aid for Broken Hearts

June 21, 2015

Immunofluorescence image showing expression of cardiomyocyte marker α-sarcomeric actinin (green color); Nuclei (blue color); and Aligned nanofiber (red Color) in the cardiac patch in vitro. (Image credit: Ohio State University Center for [more...]

How to Conduct an Effective Job Interview

June 18, 2015

Image from Harvard Business Review The virtual stack of resumes in your inbox is winnowed and certain candidates have passed the phone screen. Next step: in-person interviews. How should you use the relatively brief time to get to know — [more...]
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