Recent Examples of bioengineering from the Web
Five years ago, 12-year-old Kiavash Garakani enrolled at UC Berkeley to study biology and bioengineering.
PhD candidate Christine Nittrouer and a team did a survey of 50 top U.S. universities and analyzed the colloquium speakers from the biology, bioengineering, political science, history, psychology, and sociology departments.
Richards-Kortum assigned her senior bioengineering students the task of creating a bCPAP system that was affordable and could work in harsh environments.
One of those researchers is Aaron Streets, an assistant professor of bioengineering.
That wireless power source was designed by a team led by Gert Cauwenberghs, a professor of bioengineering at the Jacobs School of Engineering at UCSD.
Benjamin Schmiesing, Fountain Valley High School Major: bioengineering (biotechnology) Why this school?
A nameless city inhabited by scavengers and the remnants of failed bioengineering experiments is dominated by a corporation known simply as the Company.
Co-valedictorian Madeleine Hapanowicz will study bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh.
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