Not only is Berkeley the #1 public university in the nation, Berkeley Bioengineering has been ranked the #9 bioengineering undergraduate program in the US, by U.S. News & World Report. This is one step higher than last year’s ranking – #1, here we come!
Two Bioengineering graduates were selected to be the student commencement speakers at the 2014 College of Engineering Commencement ceremonies on May 18, 2014. Rachel Cheng and Helen Sun delivered a dynamic and inspiring tag-team speech to their peers.
How much do BioE students love Berkeley? SO much that they put their money where their hearts are. Congratulations 2014 BioE Bears – top fundraisers for the senior class gift!
A team of BioE Master of Engineering students took first place in the campus Big Ideas competition for their ENOSE non-invasive blood sugar monitoring system, while BioE undergraduate capstone teams took 3rd place and an honorable mention.
Congratulations to BioE undergrad Robert Chen, who will receive a grant enabling him to work with Dr. Tom Ellis of Imperial College London on a genetic engineering project that he proposed.
Bioengineering major Brooke Liang is among the five finalists for the University Medal, the top award for a graduating undergraduate student at UC Berkeley. Congratulations Brooke!
BioE undergraduate Rahul and recent grad Julie are featured in this video of appreciation for Berkeley campus donors. Watch “Thanks to You” on YouTube.
The Berkeley iGEM team was featured in the Popular Science Biohackers blog for their synthetic production of indigo dye, presented this weekend at the iGEM World Championship Jamboree.
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.