Smart Polymers Lab at the North Texas Biomedical Engineering & Science Symposium

We are thrilled to share that our Smart Polymers Lab recently participated in the North Texas Biomedical Engineering & Science Symposium hosted by the Alpha Eta Mu Beta (AEMB) student organization. This event brought together students from the University of North Texas (UNT) and other universities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to discuss the latest advancements in biomedical engineering and science.

Our lab presented two posters showcasing our cutting-edge research on shape memory polymers and hydrogels. These posters highlighted our latest findings and innovations, contributing to the growing body of knowledge in the field of smart polymers for biomedical applications.

In addition to our poster presentations, I had the distinct honor of delivering the keynote speech at the symposium. This was a wonderful opportunity to share our lab’s vision, discuss our recent achievements, and outline the future directions of our research. Engaging with fellow students and exchanging ideas in such a dynamic environment was both inspiring and invaluable.

We are also proud to highlight that two students from our lab, Alessandra and Chloe, hold leadership positions within the AEMB student organization. Their dedication and leadership played a crucial role in the successful organization of this event.

We are grateful to AEMB for organizing this impactful event and for providing a platform to showcase our work. We look forward to continued collaboration and innovation in the field of biomedical engineering.