Engineering Students Find Success at Florida Blue Healthcare Challenge

An entrepreneurial team of FAMU-FSU College of Engineering students placed second in the Florida Blue Healthcare Innovation Challenge on April 26th, 2024 in Tampa. 

Named CerviCare, the team of senior engineering students won $5,000 from the healthcare giant for the innovative CerviTech endoscope they designed for cervical cancer screening. If successful, the device may lower the manufacturing cost of screening devices and increase the affordability and accessibility of exams for patients nationwide.

Researchers Awarded $1M to Unleash the Power of AI to Solve Important Microscale Challenges

In a new study, researchers at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering are advancing the power of high-performance computing powered by artificial intelligence (AI) to combat blood disorders like thrombosis that cause heart attacks and strokes.

Their findings will advance therapeutics with new tools to break up blood clots and save lives.

Ralm Ricarte Honored as Faculty Mentor for FSU Honors in the Major Program

Ralm Ricarte, a biomedical engineering faculty member, was recently recognized for his work as a mentor to undergraduate students in the FSU Honors in the Major program.

A record three faculty mentors who helped students with Honors thesis projects were recognized at the annual Florida State University Faculty Awards Celebration in April at the Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State Conference Center.

Engineering Researcher Honored at FAMU Annual Awards Luncheon

Top administrators at Florida A&M University celebrated their outstanding principal investigators and researchers during the 13th Annual Principal Investigators Appreciation and Researchers of the Year Awards Luncheon in April 2024. Subramanian Ramarkrishnan, Ph.D., a faculty member in the Department of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and FAMU, was named a Distinguished Researcher by the university.

Engineering Student Lands FSU IDEA Grant for Novel 3-D Chip Tech to Fight Cardiovascular Disease

JP Romero, a biomedical engineering student at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, was recently awarded an FSU IDEA grant from the Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement (CRE).

The grant, funded by the Steve Madden Undergraduate Research Award at Florida State University, will enable Romero to continue his research to help fight cardiovascular disease with new 3-D chip technology.

Engineering Student Receives Prestigious Award for Work with Norovirus

Simeon Newman received the American Chemical Society award for best undergraduate poster in the Division of Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering (PMSE) for his project entitled, “Progress in the Development of Modular Gylcopolymers Tailored to Inhibit Norovirus Infections.”

He is an undergraduate chemical engineering student at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and Florida A&M University.