October 23, 2006 When stretched, a type of adult stem cell taken from bone marrow can be nudged towards becoming the type of tissue found in blood vessels, according to a new study by bioengineers from Bioengineering Professor Song Li’s tissue engineering lab at UC Berkeley.
Archives for 2006
October 23, 2006 – Bioengineering Professor Irina Conboy spoke to the news media in October as a member of a faculty panel on stem cell research.
October 12, 2006 A research team including Bioengineering professor Dan Fletcher has created a the first model for studying how breast tissue is shaped and structured during development.
September 2006 Ian Holmes’ work on applying theories about grammar and syntax to the genetic data emerging from DNA sequencing efforts is featured in the September 2006 issue of Lab Notes.
September 1, 2006 Bioengineering Professor Song Li and graduate student Craig Hashi are featured in the September 1 edition of Engineering News, describing nanografts, their tissue engineered blood vessel grafts. Read the full story in Engineering News .
August 28, 2006 – A story in the Daily Californian highlights BioE and EECS Professor Shankar Sastry’s research on real-time wireless data monitoring.
August 3, 2006 – The National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year, $16 million grant to establish SynBERC, the Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center, headed by Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering Professor Jay Keasling.
August 2006 Professor Tom Budinger and Berkeley Lab collaborator Jonathan Maltz received the best paper of 2005 award from Journal of Physiological Measurement.
July 16, 2006 Bioengineering professor Luke Lee tells the story of his youth as a recent Korean immigrant in Colorado in a story in the Colorado Springs Gazette this month.