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Bioengineering at Rice University excels in research at the interface of biology and engineering, while training generations of leaders in the field.
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Rice Engineering Mar 19
AWARD DEADLINE: Apply TODAY for the RCEL Engineering Leadership Award — $2,500 for a graduating senior whose qualities of character, leadership and responsibility have been outstanding during their undergraduate years at Apply now:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 19
TODAY: BIOE Colloquia with Jacob Notbohm. See you at 4:00pm at BRC 280!
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 18
Researchers, led by bioengineer Antonios Mikos, have combined technologies they have developed during a decade-long program with the goal of advancing craniofacial reconstruction by taking advantage of the body's natural healing powers:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 14
Congratulations to professor Antonios Mikos who has been awarded the 2019 Acta Biomaterialia Gold Medal! The annual honor recognizes demonstrated leadership in the field of Science and Engineering of Biomaterials:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 14
😊 Thanks to 's Dr. Thao Galván for giving bioengineers a shoutout in this interview when discussing the causes she's most passionate about:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 13
Join us on March 19 for the BIOE Colloquia with Jacob Notbohm, profoessor of engineering physics at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Notbohm will be presenting “Force, Shape, and Motion in Collective Cell Migration.” Details:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 8
Look at all the amazing bioengineering women! Graduate student Manuela Sushnitha, senior Maryam Elizondo and professor Rebecca Richards-Kortum are just a few of the many impressive women in our department. 🤩 We're so proud!
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 6
🗳 Help be recognized for the most innovative research in biomedical science in 2018! 🗳 Vote now for Jeffrey Tabor's Synthetic Cellular Sensors and Gang Bao's CRISPR-Steering Moths in this bracket:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 6
This BIOE student-led project is developing life-saving technologies:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 6
Replying to @RiceUniversity
So proud of the amazing work our students are doing!
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Rice Engineering Mar 5
Along with Rice Engineering Alumni, we are awarding over $150,000 in scholarships to students in the School of Engineering! 💰Application deadline for is March 15, and winners will be recognized at the REA picnic on April 13! APPLY NOW:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 5
Jane Grande-Allen is unraveling the mysteries of heart valve disease:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 5
How student-designed cervical models are helping with cervical cancer training In Malawi, via :
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Rebecca Kortum Mar 4
“It was a big shock,” Mia says, to realize that Malawi has one of the world’s highest rates of cervical cancer.
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Rice 360° Mar 4
Science can change the world-- Check out the article about this year's including 's own Rebecca Richards-Kortum
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 4
“Doing research and being a doctor, I can’t see myself choosing, so I thought what the heck, I’ll do both!" After discovering a love for research at , bioengineering senior Maryam Elizondo has chosen to pursue a career as a physician scientist:
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Rice Bioengineering Mar 1
These scientists found that a protein signaling pathway known as WNT and its interactions are far more dynamic than once thought:
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Rice Bioengineering Feb 22
Pursuing a degree in bioengineering, Nishant Verma '19 discovered his desire to build a career in health care as well as to teach. Now he's sharing his passion with Houston's next generation of engineers:
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Rice Bioengineering Feb 20
Thank you, Maris, for your workshop with our BIOE students!
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Rice Bioengineering Feb 20
"There are so many ways that you can use science, engineering and math to improve our world — for all of the world's citizens." So exciting to see 's Rebecca Richards- in this National Inventors Hall of Fame () 2019 Inductee Class:
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