11/06/23 — Huue, a company co-founded by alum Tammy Hsu, uses biotechnology to create environmentally friendly dyes for denim.
11/06/23 — Technology developed by Berkeley engineers has been used to cryopreserve and revive entire coral fragments.
10/31/23 — Innovation may lead to novel applications in precision measurement, biological imaging and environmental monitoring
10/11/23 — Siebel Scholars Foundation announces class of 2024 that will receive $35,000 grants to fund last year of study
09/28/23 — Tammy Hsu (Ph.D.’19 BioE) uses her engineering know-how to develop eco-friendly denim dye
09/25/23 — Discovery may pave the way for new bio-inspired devices
09/20/23 — Berkeley Engineering professor awarded $1M to pursue “curiosity-driven” research
08/31/23 Berkeley News — Awards will provide support for innovative research in cryptography, robotics and medicine
08/30/23 Berkeley News — Berkeley News: Berkeley engineers find that the same neurons that help bats navigate through space may also help them navigate collective social environments
08/23/23 — Berkeley engineers explain how advances in AI could help restore natural communication
08/23/23 — Smithsonian: Successfully cooling and thawing coral fragments key to global conservation milestone for vanishing coral reefs
05/17/23 — Does the secret to vitality lie within the bloodstream? Scientists at the Conboy lab have identified crucial mechanisms underlying the aging process.
05/17/23 — A new brain-computer interface allows users to silently spell out words in real time with near-perfect accuracy.
04/17/23 BBH — BBH: The Bakar BioEnginuity Hub and Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology are partnering to create a new interdisciplinary space for world-changing breakthroughs in neurotech
03/20/23 — Alternative polymers work as well as real proteins and are easier to synthesize, a possible game-changer for biomedical applications
02/14/23 — Bioengineering professor will use gift from Open Philanthropy to study tissue-specific changes associated with aging and rejuvenation through blood “dilution” techniques in mice
02/08/23 — Berkeley bioengineering professor shares his thoughts on ways the Stanford.Berkeley.UCSF Next Generation Faculty Symposium can help increase the diversity and quality of applicant pools for faculty roles
12/09/22 — Magazine cites Ph.D. candidate Jiachen Li for work on an all-season, smart-roof coating, and MEng alumna Alison Burklund of Nanopath for diagnostics that speed treatment of pelvic and gynecologic infections
12/08/22 — Professor Lydia Sohn’s microfluidic device may help solve some of the most complex mysteries in cell biology.
11/14/22 — Bioengineering professor Michael Yartsev named 2022 Young Investigator by the Society for Neuroscience in recognition of his work on the neural complexity of free-flying bats