University's prosthetic arm system clears FDA hurdle

CBS 4 Miami - 2017 Dr Ranu Jung Interview on Neural Enabled Prostheses

2017 Neural Enabled Prosthesis - Interview by AmericaTeVe 41 Miami

WRadio Colombia   March 2017 Interview Dr Ranu Jung

Dr Ranu Jung - 2017 Interview on WTOP News - With the National Academy of Engineering


Thousands Pack eMerge Technology Convention « CBS Miami

Nuevo Herald Interviews ANS lab at eMerge 2016

Telemundo51 Interviews ANS lab at eMerge 2016

2016 Interview on AmericaTeVe 41 Miami - Escuela de ingeniería de FIU diseñar primer implante inalámbrico



"Interim dean gives hope to amputees" from Florida International University Student Media (July 9, 2015)


Teams representing technologies from Ranu Jung, BME professor and chair, and Anuradha Godavarty, BME associate professor, finished first and second place at the annual StartUp Quest Pitch Day.

“FIU technologies contribute to first and second place at StartUp Quest” (Posted June 4 , 2015).

“FIU’s prosthetic designed to deliver hand sensations to amputees” in Sun-Sentinel (Published June 9, 2015).

"Biomedical engineering student earns prestigious Goldwater Scholarship"


Healthcare Technology Innovation at eMerge America’s Conference in Miami Herald (Published May 8, 2014)


Meet iian Black, a 2013 FIU Presidential Fellow

Eight NIBIB grantees inducted into AIMBE 2013 College of Fellows (posted March 13, 2013)

Students Flock to FIU Engineering Expo 2013 (posted February 28, 2013)

Professor Ranu Jung named American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering Fellow (Posted February 15, 2013)


FIU Tweets about Dr. Jung and ANS (Posted November 29, 2012)


Natural Sensation for a Neuroprosthetic Hand
(Posted February 11, 2014)

"Ranu Jung – Of Life and Limb"
FIU Worlds Ahead Series (Posted 4/26/2011)


“New hope for victims of spinal cord injury” in Irish Times (Published August 4, 2009)

“Stimulated to Heal” in Arizona State University Research Report (Posted March 9, 2009)


“Largest Physics Meeting of the Year, in New Orleans” in Newswise Science News (Published May 29, 2008).

“Adaptive Control Methods Transform Neuroprosthetics” in Neurotech Business Report (Published February 2008).


“To Walk Again” in ASU Full Circle (Published Fall 2007)

“Biodesign engages community to assess social impact” in ASU Insight (Published February 16, 2007)

“Adaptive Technologies for the Central Nervous System: Are We Changing What It Means to be Human?” in The Center for Nanotechnology in Society, ASU (Published January 2007)


“In the Spotlight: Ranu Jung” in ASU Insight (Published September 22, 2006)

“Innovators pushing Arizona bio forward” by Angela Gonzales in Phoenix Business Journal (Published September 10, 2006)

“Research helps people with spinal cord injuries” in ASU News (Published August 22, 2006).

“Biodesign's Ranu Jung Elected President of the Organization for Computational Neuroscience” by Joe Caspermeyer for ASU’s Biodesign Institute News (Posted August 9, 2006)

“Banner Good Samaritan Help People Living with Spinal Cord Injury” in Biodesign Institute (Published August, 2006).

“Researcher Ranu Jung Receives Honor” in ASU Foundation’s Excellence series

“National grants drive major research efforts” in ASU Highlights (Spring 2006 edition)

“Tiny Neural Clamps Make Connections: April 26, 2006”

“Two of a Kind: Professors at ASU Advance SCI Research and Technology” by Beth Puliti in Advance Physical Therapy and Rehab Medicine (Published April 24, 2006)

“Indian couple busy in making computer chip to mimic brain signals” (Published February 11, 2006)

“Editor’s Choice: Feb. 9, 2006” by Jeff Stacklin, in Crain’s Cleveland Business (Posted February 9, 2006)

“Pair look to reboot the brain” by Max Jarmon, The Arizona Republic (Posted February 9, 2006) ; reprinted in Case Western Reserve University’s The Daily

“Two family teams, one academic and one private, net state millions in NIH grants” by Keren G. Raz (Published January 23, 2006)


“Student Wins National Grant to help children with cerebral palsy” by Joseph Caspermeyer, in ASU Insight (Published September 16, 2005).

“Panel begins task of finding provost’s new successor” by Sarah Auffret, in ASU Insight (Published December 16, 2005)

“ASU Researchers Receive $3.9 million in NIH Grants” by Flinn Staff Reports (Published October 5, 2005)

“Researchers target spinal cord injuries” by Gretchen Dobosz, ASU News Release (Posted September 23, 2005)

“Grants fund research to tackle spinal cord injuries” by Gretchen Dobosz, in ASU Insight (Published September 23, 2005)

“When Mind Meets Machine” by Vicki Brower in EMBO Reports (February 1, 2005)


"Finding Funds Fast: ASU Researches Secure $3.9 Million in New Grants to Help those with Spinal Cord Injuries and Neurological Disorders" (Published on December 14, 2004)

“Once again, with feeling” The Economist (Published June 10, 2004)

“AzBio Researchers Go From Idea to Application to Help People with Disabilities” in ASU Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering’s Full Circle (Published Spring 2004)

“Center of Rehabilitation Neuroscience and Rehabilitation Engineering” from Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering Research

“Researchers Help People with Spinal Cord Injuries” from The Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering Annual Report


“Improving the Human Condition” in ASU Vision Magazine (Published Fall 2003)