Bioengineering Professor Dan Fletcher wrote a short opinion piece published in the Wall Street Journal Friday, September 20, 2013.
Archives for September 2013
BioE undergraduate alum Sasha Denisin, now a PhD student at Stanford, partnered with the Stanford Department of Bioengineering to run a 6-week hands-on design experience in bioengineering for high school students.
Cameron Baradar, an undergraduate researcher in professor Amy Herr’s lab, won a Best in Poster Award at the 2013 Semiconductor Research Corporation TECHCON conference in Austin, Tx.
Tekla Labs, a non-profit founded by BioE graduate students and postdocs, are sponsoring the Build My Lab Contest, a DIY lab equipment design competition along with Instructables.
PhD alumni Eric Steen (’10) and Jeff Dietrich (’11) are featured in “Synthetic Biology 2.0” in Wired magazine online. The article discusses their startup company Lygos and the the up-and-coming garage garage industry of synthetic biology. Read the full article at Wired.
From June through August, a group of 18 students from Laney College participated in a program for specialized training in medical device technology. Taught by UC Berkeley project scientist Dr. Seung-min Park, a member of Professor Luke Lee’s laboratory, students learned the basics of design, fabrication and applications of microfabrication technology through hands-on training at […]
The Siebel Foundation has announced the names of five UC Berkeley Bioengineering graduate students who have been named Siebel Scholars.