August 8, 2008 Professor of Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering Jay Keasling’s work on the malaria treatment drug, artemisinin, was highlighted as one of “10 ways that genetically engineered microbes could help humanity” in the August 2008 issue of Discover magazine. The article highlights the ways in which microbes are being harnessed as tiny “workhorses” by […]
Archives for August 2008
August 6, 2008 Three of Berkeley’s most innovative and exciting young faculty are being featured in the new Faculty Spotlight exhibit which opened in Moffitt Library’s lobby on August 6. The work and inspirations of our own Professor Sanjay Kumar, History Professor Abena Osseo-Asare, and Music Professor Nicholas Mathew are highlighted in this exhibit, co-curated […]
August 2008 Work by Bioengineering Assistant Professor Mohammad Mofrad was on the cover of Biophysical Journal in August 2008.
August 2008 James Su, a graduate student researcher co-advised by Materials Science and Bioengineering Professor Kevin Healy and School of Optometry Professor Christine Wildsoet, is using a synthetic biomaterial known as hydrogel to develop a promising new treatment for one of the world’s leading causes of blindness, high axial myopia.
August 2008 Work by Bioengineering Assistant Professor Amy Herr and collaborators at Yale and Sandia National Laborator was on the cover of Lab on a Chip journal in August 2008.