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YouTube screen grab of James Buchholz.

Research Summaries in 90 Seconds or Less!

Posted on September 15th, 2017

Four members of IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering’s research staff participated in the Communicating Ideas Workshop and recorded short video clips explaining their research.

A graceful light fixture outside SHL’s original entrance.

Spring Honors, Awards, and Recognition

Posted on June 5th, 2014

IIHR faculty and staff earned a wealth of honors this spring.

Metastatic Cancer Cells and Shear Stress

Posted on November 12th, 2013

How do metastatic cancer cells survive the remarkable stresses of the human bloodstream? In 2011, more than half a million Americans died from metastatic cancer — cancer that spreads from its original site to another location in the body. IIHR Assistant Research Engineer Sarah Vigmostad is part of research team working to learn more about […]

IIHR Assistant Research Engineer Sarah Vigmostad.

Studying Metastatic Cancer Cells in the Bloodstream

Posted on July 30th, 2013

IIHR’s Sarah Vigmostad is part of research team working to learn more about metastatic cancer cells and how they survive the remarkable stresses of the human bloodstream.

The Dynamics of Heart Valves

Posted on May 6th, 2011

IIHR Research Engineer K.B. Chandran, who retired in 2014,  has an impressive collection of mechanical heart valves, gathered during his 30-plus years of study in biomedical engineering. He dedicated his career to understanding the unique fluid mechanics of the human circulatory system, and the dynamics of heart valves. Chandran served as the Battershell Chair Professor […]

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