MTM student Joshua Yang will be competing on Monday, March 28 against 9 other Berkeley grad students for cash and a chance to compete in the UC-wide Grad Slam in April.
Archives for March 2016
Michael Yartsev and collaborators have been awarded a $1.2M grant from the Human Frontier Science Program. They will use a molecular, neural and comparative approach to study vocal learning in bats.
Intel Corporation former CEO and Chairman Andrew S. Grove passed away today at the age of 79. Grove was a UC Berkeley alumnus and a staunch supporter of bioengineering, who donated the founding gift for our Master of Translational Medicine program. He will be missed.
Zephyrus Biosciences, a startup company spun out of professor Amy Herr’s lab, was acquired today by Bio-techne, a top biosciences tools company. Zephyrus was led by BioE PhD Kelly Gardner and pioneered commercialization of Herr Lab’s single-cell western blotting technique, which they will continue as part of the Protein Platforms Division of Bio-Techne.
New rankings from US News & World Report place our UC Berkeley – UCSF Graduate Program in Bioengineering tied for 6th best in the nation, up from 7th for the past two years.
Bioengineering Adjunct Professor Paul Adams has been name Division Director for the Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.
Bioengineering research has a personal connection for alumna Adeeti Ullal.
Master of Translational Medicine student Tyler Schmeckpeper is a member of the winning team for the first UC Berkeley Intramural Global Health Case Competition.
Zeinab Jahed, an Applied Science & Technology graduate student in Mohammad Mofrad’s lab, has won the first place prize in the 2016 “The Art of Science” image contest at the annual meeting of the Biophysical Society. The image, titled “Bacterial Networking“, shows a scanning electron microscopy of Staphylococcus Aureus bacterial cells forming networks on top […]