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Dr. Webster Featured in Wired Magazine’s Innovative Trends Issue

The Doctor Inside: Embedded nanosensors will start to monitor and treat our health- without the need for surgery.
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Dr. Webster’s Paper Among Most Cited in the Journal “Nanotechnology”

One of the most cited and downloaded papers in Nanotechnology is Dr. Webster’s study entitled ‘Nano-biotechnology: carbon nanofibres as improved neural and orthopaedic implants’. Published in 2004,...
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Dr. Webster Interviewed on NECN

Dr. Webster stopped by NECN this morning to discuss how nanotechnology could be used to treat ebola. To go directly to the interview, skip...
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Run “Kanny” Chang’s Study featured on iNSolution Research Blog

Research in the Webster Lab being conducted by graduate student Run “Kanny” Chang was recently featured on the Northeastern research blog iNSolution. Chang’s study...
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Dr. Webster Featured in The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe stopped by the Webster Lab here at Northeastern to chat with Dr. Webster about how nanotechnology can help lower the risk...
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Dr. Webster Elected President of Society For Biomaterials

Northeastern University Chemical Engineering Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was elected to be the 2015-16 President for the Society For Biomaterials, serving as President-elect...
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Dr. Webster featured in The Guardian

Dr. Webster recently discussed how nanotechnology can be used to intercept infections in an article for The Guardian’s Nanofutures section. Head over to their...
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Daniel Hickey’s Research Featured in EBERS Tissue Engineering Newsletter

Researchers at Northeastern University recently discovered that magnesium oxide (MgO) nanoparticles exhibit some valuable properties for orthopedic tissue engineering when dispersed within polymer composites....
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First International Translational Nanomedicine Conference Hosted at NEU

Each year, nearly $18 bil­lion is spent on nanomed­i­cine research. But since the field’s incep­tion more than a decade ago, little of that research,...