Why Bioengineering?



Bioengineering is one of my favorites in my research.   What got me do a patent project on  my "Present and Future Species Detector" is that it can detect species.  My piece reminds me of the Computer software I played before called, "Walking With Dinosaurs." It lets me travel back in time and meet the Jurassic giants roaming a 3D dinosaur landscape.  Check this site out: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/prehistoric_life/games/dinosaur_world/  and maybe download it, too.  It's an excellent computer animated adventure game.  That's the technology I wanted for my "Present and Future Species Detector" because I can point to a dinosaur and know where it is and what species it is.   I would be able to see the how far my device can detect in the screen.  
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My dream technology to detect species is this technology to my screen.
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VISIT THE http://download.lavadomefive.com/members/BigClawz/WalkingWithDinosaurs.htm WEBSITE FOR SNAPSHOTS OF THE "WALKING WITH DINOSAURS" GAME.



I.  MY PROPOSAL:  For my new project, I would like to research more on bioenginnering, related fields, artists, and technologies and contact some of them.  Maybe they can help me.


A.  Research Universities
Bioengineering is the case because it focuses on advancing human health and promoting environmental sustainability for our future world.  At first I thought bioengineering technologies are technologies that can detect species like I wish, the microscopic and macroscopic species. But bioengeering has a different definition that has to do with inventing future biomedicine. During my research, I am not clear what to find or what my piece is going to be like.  However, I found two Univerisities that works with bioengineering:

One is the Michigan State Univeristy:
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology:   J. Greg Zeikus who work in the lab of the Michigan State Univeristy focuses studies on the design and control of industrial biocatalysts.  He said,"Industrial bioprocesses involve the use of biocatalysts in: biochemicals and biomaterials production, drug synthesis and manufacture, sensors and diagnostics, food and feed production, and waste treatment systems", that could be part of our lives (J. Greg Zeikus, http://www.bch.msu.edu/faculty/zeikus.htm).  Zeiku's team and he work on enzymes from thermophiles and hyperthermophiles focuses on six enzymes: xylose (glucose) isomerase used in fructose sweetener manufacture; amylopullulanase, (an a 1-6 and a 1-4 bond cleavage enzyme) used in starch processing; secondary alcohol dehydrogenase used in chiral chemical synthesis; alkaline phosphatase used in diagnosticsand adenylate kinase.  See Below.
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J. Greg Zeikus
Professor Emeritus
B.A. 1967, University of South Florida
M.A. 1968, Ph.D. 1970, Indiana University
Postdoctoral Associate, 1970-72, University of Illinois
Faculty Member, 1972-84, University of Wisconsin
Visiting Professor and Humbolt Fellow, 1976-77, Universität Marburg
Visiting Research Fellow, 1981-82, Institute Pasteur
Doctor of Honoris Causa in Applied Biological Sciences, 1992, University of Ghent, Belgium
Executive Director, 1984-86, Michigan Biotechnology Institute, Lansing, Michigan
President, CEO, 1986-2000, MBI International, Lansing, Michigan

zeikus@msu.edu
410 Biochemistry Building
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1319
Office: 517-353-5556
Lab: 517-353-4674
FAX: 517-353-9334
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As part of my goal, my species detector is made to detect E.coli in restaurant foods as well.  Its screen can see these rigidity of E.coli and others.

Second is the Stanford University:
Stanford Bioengineering: Dr. Paul Yock works in the Stanford Univeristy's Department of Bioengineering to create engineering and the life sciences that promotes scientific discovery and the development of new biomedical technologies and therapies through research and education.  The Department of Bioengineering that he is working in helped by the Schools of Medicine and Engineering. It researches and teaches programs that embrace biology as a new engineering paradigm and applies engineering principles to medical problems and biological systems.  See Below

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Dr. Paul Yock, Professor of Bioengineering
and Director of Biodesign at Stanford University,
 is the recipient of the American College of Cardiology
Foundation's Distinguished Scientist Award.
M.D.Harvard Medical SchoolMedicine 1979
M.A.Trinity College, OxfordPhilosophy and Physiology 1975
A.B.Amherst CollegePhilosophy and Chemistry 1973
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Now, for my new project , I want to know much about all of these: Biomedical computation, biomedical devices, biomedical imaging, cell and molecular engineering, and regenerative medicine.  I also read more about Yock's research interests and that he and his bioengineers interests in "device development and testing in interventional, cardiology including angioplasty, atherectomy, and stents;, intravascular ultrasound: development and clinical trials; advanced, coronary imaging techniques including x-ray topography; coronary, hemodynamics especially velocity and pressure measurements."  I read this from his website, http://med.stanford.edu/profiles/bioengineering/faculty/paul_yock/


B. Research its website:
Next, I continue to search more about bioengineering, so I visited the website, http://www.bioengineering.com
and from visiting in that website, I found out the bioengineering can also help our world building sustainable communities on an ecological foundation.   I contact the Bioengineering group by going to the option, talktous.  Their address is:
The Bioengineering Group, Inc. 18 Commercial Street
Salem, MA 01970
(978) 740-0096
We can email them at: info@bioengineering.com

Their Projects are in the past are:
1) Coast, River, and Wetland Restoration- projects for places like The Broad Meadows Marsh in Quincy, the Cane Ridge Wildlife Management Area (WMA), TheCharles River Park Army Research Laboratory – Watertown (ARL-WT), the Hearthstone Quarry Brook in Chicopee, the Herrick Hollow Creek at the Richardson Hill Road Landfill Superfund Site, the Hop River, the Manhan River in western Massachusetts, the Mill Creek, Neponset River or the Harvest River in Milton and Boston, Massachusetts, and the New Bedford Harbor salt marsh.
2) Land Development, Site Planning and Design- projects of the Hamden Middle School in Hamden, Connecticut, the INS Border Patrol Stations post 9/11, the Connecticut Water Purification Facility and Park in The South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority’s (RWA), and the MIT Stata Center in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge.
3) Parks, Open Spaces, and Greenways- The Pope Branch and Fort Dupont Creek tributaries of the Anacostia River, and the Mill Creek projects for water controls in those places.
4) Watershed, Stormwater, and integregated Water Management- Connecticut Water Purification Facility, South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority’s (RWA), the Cambridge Stormwater Wetland of the Boston Harbor Cleanup, and the University of Iowa Stormwater & Bioengineering Design: Athletic Building, a Visitor’s Center, outdoor tennis courts and parking lots-projects.
5) Community Process, Permitting, Training- the Honey Lake BRAC Conservation Transfer project.
6) Environmental remediation- the Kettle Creek and the Meek Creek project.

This website really shows me how good the field of bioengineering is because it proves to me the bioengineering group have engineered projects onto mass places and solved many ecological issues that helped many people such like water control.


C.  Research Patents:  Link: http://www.google.com/patents?id=XAwtAAAAEBAJ&dq=4164794
1) There is a patent that I found that I found deals with Bioengineering. The device are "Prosthetic Devices Having Coating of Selected Porous Bioengineering Thermoplastics.  This device can gurantee a long-term bone fixation by letting reliable tissue ingrowth. Inventors are Myron Spector, George T. Kwiatkowski, Walter H. Smarock, Michael J. Michno, Jr.. Patent number is  4164794.
Filing date: Apr 14, 1977
Issue date: Aug 21, 1979
U.S. Classification
3/191.2; 128/42B; 128/92BC; 128/92C; 32/10A; 3/1; 3/191; 3/191.3; 3/19; 427/195; 427/201; 128/92BA; 128/92BB
International Classification
A61F 124; C08J 924; C08J 500
This patent gets me started thinking about my piece more deeply in terms of its function because this heals bones this device is existing.  



D. My new piece, the "Tri-Mercies Life Reincarnater" device.
For my next piece, I plan to continue using the "Walking with Dinosaurs" http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/prehistoric_life/games/images/dinosaur_world_game.jpg 3D Computer Animated Technologies and detect the part that is wrong with an individual.  I will called my device the "Tri-Mercies Life Reincarnater" device.  
THE "Tri-Mercies Life Reincarnater Device." One: Sense infection, Two: Bring Life Back, Three: Reincarnation, nonliving to living, life after life.

One: Once my dog is dead a few years a ago and I don't know how he died, I can use my device to detect where it dies from. The screen will show the interior area that the dog is being affected before he dies and the device will automatically sense that area and highlight it.  This device can help solve cases in court.  You can record anything you found.  The screen automatically tells you how the dog dies. It could be his throat or his stomache that emphasized that he ate something too poisonous.

Two: Secondly, once my dog is dead a few years ago and I want him back to life, I do not have to ask people to donate another dog's living heart and/or whatever damaged body organs to bring my dog back to life.  I do not even have buy another puppy that looks exactly like my previous dog.  All I have to do is to use this device.  This device can generate electric current to the heart and lungs, washs the blood from the heart. My device generates reliable electric patterns and count-downs to expands the diaphragm and its movement. This device can clip to the dog's nose and make to make the nose work again by drags air into the nose in and out just cliping to an artificial nose.  

Three: The dinosaur is dead and has fossils left behind and you want one Troodon baby alive just by using its found fossils.  A copy of an original fossil is fine.  You use these fossils and let them sustain under water.  This device can generate a very good nose-breathing sequence.  Let the the device be charged by the electricity from the house because it takes half a year to make a being alive.  The device generates certain rubber or plastic that stretches and grows like skin. They they are chemically produced that required me to do more research on how the things work such like frog grow to a prince,  how a fake alligator grow out of a fake egg.  This is called reincarnation because you take anything almost an object and make it alive into another life.  For example, the troodon is not adapted to water, but now this device reincarnates its life to be adapted to water.

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E. Similar Field of Surgery Technology interest:
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For my think tank research, I found the Hightech Forschungs Zentrum that really kept me interested.  This research center is called the Hightech Research Center of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery. In this research center, there are research teams like the OVID, SYSTEMS FACE-- Advanced Tissue Scanning, CALT, Tissue Engineering, Rapid Prototyping, Rapid Manufacturing and Rapid Tooling, Computational Medicine, and Medicine meets Art - Virtuality & Medicine meets Art - Face and Identity. The SYSTEMS FACE - Advanced Tissue Scanning description is written in English. It briefly says"Computer assisted surgery of facial soft tissues, 3D-imaging of soft tissues (holography, laserscanning, visible light scanning), elastic deformation, soft-tissue animation and analysis (dynamic MRI), morphometry in medicine, anthropology and art. A special issue is the hologaphic topometry." Technologies like this kind and Computation medicine, Tissue Engineering, Rapid Prototyping, Rapid Manufacturing and Rapid Tooling,Telemedicine & Teletherapy, and will be so relevant to apply my next project because I plan to do a proposal on a "Trimercies Life Reincarnator"- It detects how an organism dies and where in the body needs medical care, it generates heart pump, liquid for bone fixation, other medical care, and it takes bones and to create nonliving to a living organism based upon how natural resources provided for fishes and monkeys that generates their existance-based upon insects as well.
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F.  Reflection
I feel that bringing nonliving to live is called reincarnation because it is life after life.  Since I was little, I wonder how we exist-how fishes, monkeys, insects exist.  We don't just appear.  I am brave enough to do research that the answer is the earth natural resources that made us exist--carbon, active atoms, etc.  Creating a an dinosaur that maybe does not bite humans but survive in water---> is my dream.  This device is possible about using the technology from: the "Walking with Dinosaurs" technology , the "Hightech Research Center of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery" technology, the Infrared and lightwave technology, the  robotics technology, the TV technology, the Computer technology, archiologist technology, sound vibratant technology, wired technology, MediTech, SciTech, BioTech, and NanoTechnology.


 Thanks to:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/prehistoric_life/games/dinosaur_world/
http://download.lavadomefive.com/members/BigClawz/WalkingWithDinosaurs.htm
http://www.bch.msu.edu/faculty/zeikus.htm
http://med.stanford.edu/profiles/bioengineering/faculty/paul_yock/
http://www.bioengineering.com
http://www.google.com/patents?id=XAwtAAAAEBAJ&dq=4164794
http://www.medhfz.unibas.ch/research/teams.htm
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/prehistoric_life/games/images/dinosaur_world_game.jpg

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