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Ed Castillo Awarded Grant to Enhance CT Scans Using AI

UT Austin Department of Biomedical Engineering associate professor Ed Castillo, along with collaborators from Michigan-based Corewell Health, are spearheading image analysis advancements with machine learning.  

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Biomedical Engineering Affiliated Faculty Member Nanshu Lu applies a wearable device to an arm.

Nanshu Lu Inducted into AIMBE

Nanshu Lu is one of two Texas Engineering faculty members who were inducted into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s (AIMBE) College of Fellows.

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Why You Should Wear Burnt Orange During the Eclipse

Once upon a time there was light in your life, but soon there'll be two minutes of dark. Thousands of people across the Forty Acres are gearing up for this unique opportunity to see a total solar eclipse and wearing the color all Longhorns bleed will make for a more mesmerizing experience.

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Nanshu Lu in the lab

Nanshu Lu Inducted into AIMBE

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Peppas Among 50 Scientists in Biomedical Engineering Advancements Study

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