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Biomechanics and Mechanobiology - News


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microtubules in a cardiomyocyte at rest Mechanics of a heartbeat are controlled by molecular strut in heart muscle cells
Released April 21, 2016
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a baby bird flapping it's wings Leg-wing cooperation in baby birds, dinosaurs is key transition in origin of flight
Released April 21, 2016
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a male Broadbill Researchers document how broadbills make loud wing song
Released April 4, 2016
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image of a bee on a flower Starvation as babies makes bees stronger as adults
Released March 30, 2016
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crop yield is improved with new biotechnology ASU researcher improves crop performance with new biotechnology
Released March 25, 2016
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an image of cancellous bone New understanding of bones could lead to stronger materials, osteoporosis treatment
Released February 29, 2016
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image of a tick Duplicate DNA a hallmark of tick genome
Released February 9, 2016
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3-D slab of gelatin Cotton candy machines may hold key for making artificial organs
Released February 8, 2016
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a tiny chameleon grabbing its prey with its tongue Tiniest chameleons deliver most powerful tongue-lashings
Released January 4, 2016
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fluorescent labeling shows extra cellular matrix Tissue engineers recruit cells to make their own strong matrix
Released November 9, 2015
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Brent Opell collects a portion of a spider web Virginia Tech researchers take cue from spider glue in efforts to create new materials
Released October 26, 2015
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breast tissue from an obese mouse Stiffer breast tissue in obese women promotes tumors
Released August 26, 2015
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 the detoxification capability of the microfish These microscopic fish are 3-D-printed to do more than swim
Released August 25, 2015
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spider from the genus Selenops Biologists discover skydiving spiders in South American forests
Released August 18, 2015
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artificial analogue of the water channel protein Self-assembling, biomimetic membranes may aid water filtration
Released July 31, 2015
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boxfish shell composed of several hexagonal scutes Boxfish shell inspires new materials for body armor and flexible electronics
Released July 28, 2015
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exoskeleton structure of a type of deep-sea shrimp Advanced composites may borrow designs from deep-sea shrimp
Released July 14, 2015
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a seahorse clinging to grass Tough tail of a seahorse may provide robotic solutions
Released July 2, 2015
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3D printed prototype gripping a bar Why the seahorse's tail is square
Released July 2, 2015
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kids jumping rope Exercising early in life yields rewards in adult years
Released June 25, 2015
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an infant heart cell developing into an adult cell Molecular switch that promotes heart cell maturation discovered
Released May 12, 2015
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red blood cell infected with the malaria parasite International research team discovers new mechanism behind malaria progression
Released April 27, 2015
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red blood cell infected with the malaria parasite Model uncovers malaria parasite causes red blood cell changes
Released April 27, 2015
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sheets of graphene develop micron-scale wrinkles Researchers add a new wrinkle to cell culture
Released April 23, 2015
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mantis shrimp attack their dinner with their claws How mantis shrimp evolved many shapes with same powerful punch
Released February 27, 2015
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an attacking cell (pink) invades a receiving cell Under pressure
Released February 16, 2015
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male Inagua Lyretail in flight A new species of hummingbird?
Released February 11, 2015
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the web-footed gecko Why some geckos lose their ability to stick to surfaces
Released January 7, 2015
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biology graphic Unraveling controls for plant root growth
Released January 6, 2015
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pueblo Localized climate change contributed to ancient southwest depopulation
Released December 4, 2014
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