Shams Nafisa Ali gets the Honda Young Engineer and Scientists’ (Y-E-S) Award

Shams Nafisa Ali gets the Honda Young Engineer and Scientists’ (Y-E-S) Award

Shams Nafisa Ali (BME’16), a young faculty member at BME-BUET, has been awarded the Honda Young Engineer and Scientists’ (Y-E-S) Award 2021. (Bangladesh). The program, administered by the Honda Foundation and JICE, aims to encourage future leaders in science and technology fields to spearhead the future growth of Asian countries...

BME-BUET wins 3rd prize in the Advanced Material track of IUPC 2022

BME-BUET wins 3rd prize in the Advanced Material track of IUPC 2022

BME-BUET student Nondita Datta (BME16), secured the 3rd position in the advanced material track of the International Undergraduates Poster Competition (IUPC 2022) among submissions from around the world. The event was organized by the School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, held on 29th – 30th June 2022 offering various tracks for undergraduate final ...

OxyJet was featured in the UN publication

OxyJet was featured in the UN publication

OxyJet was featured in the UN publication “Good Practices in South-South and Triangular Cooperation in LDCs: From the Istanbul Programme of Action to Achieving Sustainable and Resilient Development” prepared by the UNOSSC, UNCDF, and UN-OHRLLS...

OxyJet wins two int’l competitions

OxyJet wins two int’l competitions

The Oxy Jet project of BUET is declared the Global Winner of 'IMAGINE IF!', a healthcare-centric startup competition organized by the Innovation Forum based in Cambridge, UK...

OxyJet gets approval of DGDA

OxyJet gets approval of DGDA

A device called 'OxyJet,' developed by the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), to ensure a high flow of oxygen to Covid-19 patients without any electricity supply, has been approved by the Directorate General of Drug Administration (DGDA)...

BUET launches clinical trials of ‘OxyJet’

BUET launches clinical trials of ‘OxyJet’

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology on Tuesday started clinical trial of 'OxyJet', a low-cost C-PAP ventilator device to meet the oxygen needs and high-speed ventilation of corona affected people.
This device can be used without any kind of electrical power by connecting it to an oxygen cylinder or a medical oxygen line...