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Looking for a PhD position in Bio/Biomedical Engineering

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I am actively looking for a PhD in Bio/Biomedical engineering. I am interested in multidisciplinary applied research, and would prefer to work in a research group of multiple expertise.

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Academic-track fellowships available at the University of Southampton

Up to 10 New Frontiers Fellowships, which provide structured post-doctoral career development pathways to permanent academic positions, are to be appointed in the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton. Applications are invited from individuals who would strengthen any of our research themes, including Structures and Solid Mechanics, Computational Engineering, Materials and Surface Engineering, Acoustics, Geomechanics and Bioengineering.

2015 Summer Biomechanics Bioengineering and Biotransport Meeting

<p>Please join us at the Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport Conference (SB3C2015), to be held at beautiful Snowbird Utah, July 17-20, 2015 (http://www.snowbird.com). The theme of the conference this year is <strong> Synergy of Modeling and Experiments in Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport </strong>.

Two new PhD scholarship (Computational Mechanics in Bioengineering) at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK

The Computational Bioengineering Group in the School of EPS at Heriot-Watt University, UK has two new PhD scholarship available.

*Please indicate which studentship you want to apply for when making informal enquiry to Dr Y Chen (y.chen@hw.ac.uk)

4th International Conference on the Mechanics of Biomaterials and Tissues - Not too late to submit your abstract

There are only a few days left to submit your paper, if you would like your research to feature at the 4th International Conference on the Mechanics of Biomaterials and Tissues. Please go to the Abstract Submission page and register first, then upload your abstract. You will need the following information:

Mellichamp Chair in Systems Biology

FACULTY POSITION
MELLICHAMP CHAIR IN SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
DEPARTMENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING  &
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA

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Tenure-Track Positions in (1) Solid Mechanics and (2) Bioengineering at the University of Colorado

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado
at Boulder invites applications for two full-time positions beginning
fall 2010. The positions are for tenure-track assistant professors with
disciplinary expertise in the areas of (1) Bioengineering (posting #808181), and (2) Solid Mechanics/Materials Physics (posting #808182);
higher rank may be considered for experienced candidates. Candidates
are expected to strongly complement and strengthen existing
departmental research in biomechanical/biomaterials engineering, energy
and environmental engineering, micro/nanosystems engineering, materials
engineering or solid/fluid mechanics. Candidates must have an earned

Mellichamp Chair in Systems Biology, UC Santa Barbara, College of Engineering

Mellichamp Chair in Systems Biology. The University of California Santa Barbara seeks to hire a highly creative and productive individual to fill a Mellichamp Chair in Systems Biology. The opening has resulted from a philanthropic gift that has been generously donated by Duncan and Suzanne Mellichamp.

Candidates at all levels will be considered. The primary academic appointment will be in either Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering, with a possible joint appointment in a related science department.

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Viagra and Mechanics --- Watermelon May Have Viagra-effect

I was reading this research from A&M Texas on Viagra and Watermelon. 

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/06/080630165707.htm

I have noticed that it has made the front page news on many newspapers
worldwide in a matter of few days.  Maybe we should move to this field,
and because below I find that there are indeed interaction with aorta stiffness and elastic wave reflections.

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Web 2.0 and Medicine

I stumbled across this interesting blog post yesterday concerning an upcoming course on medicine via web 2.0.   It appeared quite interesting from several perspectives: first, medicine is often associated with being behind the times on technology but this all looks pretty current, secondly it may be the most comprehensive listing of topics I have seen where web 2.0 is applied to a single discipline, and finally it made me wonder what more we could do with mechanics via web 2.0 beyond just the

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