December 2004 The Center for Tissue Bioengineering at the Richmond Field Station received a visit from 53 high school girls and this December. Hosted by Professor Karen King, the young women participated in a tour, research demonstrations and a lively question and answer session at the Richmond Field Station CTBe facility.
Archives for 2004
December 2004 Research done by Dr. Jay Keasling, Professor of Chemical Engineering and soon to be part of the department of Bioengineering, has pioneered a method of producing the most effective anti-malarial drug at low cost for the developing world.
November 2004 Bioengineering professor Song Li was featured in the November 17, 2004 issue of the World Journal, the largest Chinese newspaper in North America. Those who read mandarin can read the full story in pdf.
November 2004 Bioengineering undergraduates Laleh Jalilian and Marcio von Muhlen won First Place in the Fall 2004 Undergraduate Engineering and Science Poster Session. Their poster, “A Piezoelectric Microjet for Drug Delivery”, described the research they have been performing in Professor Dan Fletcher’s lab. Seventeen other students participated in the poster session, held November 17th in […]
November 2004 Bioengineering professor Kevin Healy participated in a press conference Monday announcing UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert J. Birgeneau’s appointment to the Independent Citizens Oversight Committee. The committee is charged with overseeing the implementation of California’s new $3 billion stem cell research effort.
September 2004 Bioengineering professor Kimmen Sjölander was among five UC Berkeley researchers to receive the 2003 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the nation’s highest award for scientists at the early stages of their careers. Read more in the UC Berkeley NewsCenter
May 2004 The Department of Bioengineering congratulates Prof. Lisa Pruitt for receiving the 2003 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM).
May 2004 Whether it is listening to his many interesting stories, or hearing about his rowing experiences, taking a class taught by Dr. Budinger, (BioE 100 – Ethics in Science and Engineering) is said to be one of the most intellectually-stimulating experiences the Department of Bioengineering and perhaps for that matter Cal has to offer. […]
May 2004 The Department of Bioengineering congratulates the following students for getting involved and wanting to make a difference in the College of Engineering community! From a very competitive application pool, these FOUR bioengineering students were selected to serve on the faculty run committees.