Check out this article from our BioE MEng student, Gregory Suematsu!
Check out this interview with Dennis, a BioE MEng student who has lived abroad in Germany and China, and is looking forward to exploring the innovative environment of the Bay Area.
Tara Armand, MEng ’17 (BIOE), currently works as an R&D Scientist at Siemens Healthcare Laboratory. A two-time Cal graduate, Tara takes us through her academic and professional career, and provides some tips for current students.
Our MEng capstone team worked to increase access to tissues and organs for millions through on-demand 3D bioprinting and quadrupling current preservation times.
This MEng capstone team is using AI-powered eye tracking technology to monitor multiple sclerosis progression and treatment with unprecedented speed and accuracy.
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Check out a BioE MEng Capstone team’s work on treating stroke with electromagnetic field therapy.
Meng capstone team Project AsTeR took 4th place in the 2019 IBM Call for Code, an international competition that solicits technology-based ideas that can help mitigate the catastrophic effects of natural disasters. Team members Meryll Dindin, Pierre-Louis Missler, Florian Fesch, Oskar Radermecker and Thomas Galeon are MEng alumni from several departments, including Bioengineering.
AsTeR, an MEng team project by recent BioE, CEE and IEOR alumni Meryll Dindin, Oskar Radermecker, Pierre-Louis Missler, Florian Fesch and Thomas Galeon, is one of 5 finalists out of 5,000 entries for the Call for Code 2019 Global Prize. Project AsTeR is an app that uses natural language processing to prioritize emergency calls during […]