“I spent four days networking with and learning from over 10,000 other women engineers. Throughout the week, I attended technical workshops, professional development sessions, and was continually inspired by those around me.”
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“The conference took our work beyond the classroom and helped me to see the design process that we had gone through with our project mirrored in other groups’ work.”
“The reality of math, technology and medicine all in the same specialty was very engaging to me, and very exciting. That’s exactly why I chose BioE and Berkeley.”
Alumni startup Bolt Threads has taken synthetic spider silk from fiction to fashion. Forbes magazine delves into their history and future creating multiple synthetic fabrics inspired by nature and accomplished through bioengineering.
The 2018 Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU), an assessment of 500 top institutions around the globe by the ShanghaiRanking Consultancy, placed UC Berkeley at #3 in the world in the field of Biotechnology. Hey, that’s us! Go BioE Bears!
Professor Kevin Healy has been elected to the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Class of 2018 Fellows. Fellowship is awarded to members who demonstrate exceptional achievements and experience in the field of biomedical engineering, and a record of membership and participation in the Society. Congratulations Professor Healy!
Get to know PhD alumna Laura’s work with Booz Allen Hamilton.
University of Minnesota Distinguished McKnight University Professor John Bischof has been appointed for a three-year term as director of their Institute for Engineering in Medicine (IEM). Bischoff is a bachelor’s and master’s alumnus of UC Berkeley Bioengineering.
Samantha McBirney (BS 2012) has grabbed the cover of the ACS Sensors journal for her graduate work on an inexpensive magnetic detector for malaria.