News & Events: Week of May 28

I hope everyone had a nice holiday weekend. Here are this week’s news and events.

Thursday, May 31: “Multiscale Transport, Mixing in the Intestine and Drug Dissolution In vitro vs. In vivo” from James G. Brasseur
Bike to Work Day is June 27
Student and faculty research highlighted in MedicalDesign.com magazine

Have news you’d like to share with the college? Send it to Erica Lefeave.
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“Multiscale Transport, Mixing in the Intestine and Drug Dissolution In vitro vs. In vivo,” May 31

You are invited to attend the lecture “Multiscale Transport, Mixing in the Intestine and Drug Dissolution In vitro vs. In vivo” from James G. Brasseur, Pennsylvania State University. Details are below.

James G. Brasseur, PhD
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering and Mathematics
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Pennsylvania State University

Thursday, May 31, 2012
12 p.m.

Room 5105 – 5th Floor Conference Room
Research 2 – Building P15
Anschutz Medical Campus
Aurora, CO   80045

The university shuttle is available to take faculty and students to the Anschutz Campus; it departs from the Lawrence Street Center at 15 minutes past the hour and arrives at Anschutz 8 minutes before the hour. The schedule and more information is available at www.ucdenver.edu/about/departments/FacilitiesManagement/ParkingMaps/Pages/ShuttleService.aspx

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Bike to Work Day is June 27

The University of Colorado Denver is registered on the Bike to Work page; the university is calling it “Bike to Campus” to make students feel included. Feel free to pass this along to people you know who would like to participate!

The event is on June 27, 2012; the university typically has food, drinks, and other information available.  We’re still working out the details with Auraria Campus Recreation, but it’s looking like our station will be in the Tivoli Commons (the band shell just outside the Tivoli) and we should be out there starting around 7 a.m.

Stay tuned for additional details.

www.biketowork2012.org

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Student and faculty research highlighted in MedicalDesign.com magazine

Bioengineering faculty Craig Lanning, mechanical engineering faculty Dana Carpenter, adjunct faculty Arlen Meyers, and mechanical engineering student Lillian Chatham share insight and research on 3D-printing and medical device development in the May issue of MedicalDesign.com magazine.

Read the entire article at medicaldesign.com/Medical-Manufacturing-Technology-3D-printing-medical-device-development/index.html.
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