Prospective students, alumni, and other peers are welcome to stop by and visit UW Bioengineering at the 2016-17 BMES, SACNAS and ABRCMS conferences.
The "Under the Boughs" seminars will offer interactive discussions with leaders in health care. The series will examine the forces driving health care change, and the potential for innovation - technological, organizational, financial and political - to make a constructive difference.
Ph.D. students Nuttada Panpradist and Rahil Jain of Assoc. Prof. Barry Lutz's lab have proposed improved technologies for diagnosing HIV, influenza.
UW Bioengineering's BioEngage program is ramping up for another exciting year of programming and events! [...]
The Washington State Academy of Sciences provides expert scientific and engineering analysis for policy makers, and works to increase the role and visibility of science in Washington state.
Biofilms7 is the seventh iteration of the internationally acclaimed Biofilms conference series addressing cutting-edge issues of biofilms in industry, environment and health.
2016 BioE Summer Camp offers high school students opportunity to investigate global health solutions
The 2016 UW Bioengineering Summer Camp in Global Health concluded on Friday, July 22. The [...]
Denatured aims to raise awareness of new discoveries and research in the field of bioengineering by providing accessible and exciting articles about innovation in medicine and biotechnology
STEMM Prep is a highly competitive, selective national program that aims to increase diversity in science, technology, engineering math and medicine higher education programs and careers, and connect minority trainees with mentors, leaders and opportunities across the educational pipeline.
Albert Folch’s “The upcoming 3D printing revolution in microfluidics” featured on Lab on a Chip cover
UW Bioengineering Associate Professor Albert Folch co-authored and designed the cover illustration for the cover article "The upcoming 3D printing revolution in microfluidics" of the May 21 issue of Lab on a Chip.