BioE alumnus Connor Landgraf (BS 2013, MEng 2014) has been awarded the 2016 Mark Bingham Award for Excellence in Achievement By Young Alumni!
Bioengineering alumnus Dino Di Carlo, (B.S. 2002, Ph.D. 2006), has been named the 2016 Outstanding Young Investigator by the Materials Research Society. He is currently a professor in the department of bioengineering at UCLA. His award winning research, Microstructured Materials for Cell Analysis and Regeneration, will be presented at the 2016 MRS Spring Meeting and Exhibit on Thursday, March 31 at UCLA.
The Eko Core digital stethoscope, created by a startup founded by BioE alum Connor Landgraf with three other UC Berkeley graduates, has made Time magazine’s list of “25 Best Inventions of 2015.”
The Eko Core smart stethoscope, conceived in the BioE capstone design course and brought to market by BioE alum Connor Landgraf and his team at Eko Devices, has been named one of the 25 best inventions of 2015 by Time magazine!
Congratulations to 5 startups founded by BioE alumni, all nominated for 2015 QB3 awards:
Diassess and Privail for Diagnostics Startup of the Year, Bolt Threads and Lygos for Synthetic Biology Startup of the Year, and Magnetic Insight for Groundbreaking Science.
Learn how alumni startup Bolt Threads spins its synthetic spider silk.
Learn more about diagnostics startup Privail from BioE alum and CEO Anwaar Al-Zireeni in this Elevator Pitch video from Skydeck.
The digital stethoscope designed by BioE undergrad startup Eko Devices has won federal permission to enter the market.
Professor Amy Herr, alumna Kelly Gardner, and their startup Zephyrus Biosciences were featured in an article on startup innovation in the Daily Cal.