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The recent paper “Correlation of embryonic skeletal muscle myotube physical characteristics with contractile force generation on an atomic force microscope-based bio-microelectromechanical systems device” has been featured in Advances in Engineering. The Advances in Engineering readership includes Engineering industry, universities, colleagues, research institutions, and libraries and is dedicated to providing a forum for free and open exchanges of ideas, information, and experiences concerning scientific matters. To meet this objective, the activities of Advances in Engineering include publishing subjects of interest with special focus on key published scientific articles, promising technologies, top patents and licensing opportunities, top events and conferences in all Engineering disciplines. We are very happy to have our work featured in such an important scientific forum.