Bioengineering faculty member Emily Gibson is awarded a $1 million dollar NSF grant for development of a unique fluorescent microscope allowing visualization of dynamic cellular processes at resolutions approaching the … Continue Reading Dr. Emily Gibson of Bioengineering secures $1M NSF grant to build unique microscope
This fall, the Department of Bioengineering welcomed its first undergraduate cohort. New students not only attended a campus-wide orientation program, but were invited to attend a New Student Welcome at … Continue Reading Bioengineering Welcomes First Undergraduate Cohort
Dr. Richard Benninger and colleague Dr. Moshe Levi (Renal Medicine) were awarded a shared instrument grant from the NIH to purchase a new Zeiss LSM780 confocal two-photon microscope equipped with … Continue Reading More Grant News for Bioengineering’s Dr. Benninger
Richard Benninger and colleagues Dirk Homann (CU Denver Anesthesiology) and Martha Campbell-Thompson (Univ. of Florida) received a one-year $150,000 grant from JDRF to conduct a pilot study to adapt a … Continue Reading Dr. Benninger and Colleagues Receive Grant
The weather was hot, the music was loud, the food was good, and on August 22, students from the 2012/13 and the 2013/14 Lynx Motorsports baja racing teams represented the … Continue Reading Lynx Motorsports represents college at CU Denver Block Party
Call it weird, call it extreme, maybe even call it the new normal. Wild weather in the United States in the past decade has amassed a long list of toppled … Continue Reading In the News: Indrani Pal – Why Is The Weather So Weird Lately?
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Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society, has named five Laureates in the Association’s annual program to recognize gifted engineering students who have excelled in areas beyond their technical majors. … Continue Reading LaSelle named Tau Beta Pi Laureate
Marvel comics interviewed (audio only) Dr. Shandas about Wolverine’s bones and their regenerative abilities. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ItDyspmHLI
Dan Connors, assistant professor and associate chair of electrical engineering is one of eleven speakers at TEDxMileHigh, happening this Saturday, June 15, at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. He will … Continue Reading Connors to speak at TEDxMileHigh, June 15
A team of mechanical engineering students traveled to New York this week with their senior design project, Lynx Motorsports Baja Racer, to compete in the Baja SAE Rochester World Challenge … Continue Reading June 6 – 9: ME students competing at Baja SAE Rochester World Challenge
Congratulations to the nearly 100 students who participated in the Spring 2013 Senior Design Competition on Friday, May 17. Every team showcased their best work, and after much deliberation, the … Continue Reading Spring Senior Design Slide Show and Results
Thanks to everyone who attended the second annual College of Engineering and Applied Science Year-End Celebration. The weather was perfect, the food was delicious, and the company was top-notch! Congratulations … Continue Reading 2013 Year-End Celebration Slide Show
Congratulations to civil engineering students Ronson Fox and Kevin Johnk who participated in the University Honors and Leadership Program graduation ceremony on May 10; they are part of the second … Continue Reading Fox and Johnk honored at UHL graduation
In their final year of engineering curriculum, undergraduate students in the College of Engineering and Applied Science take a Senior Design class that gives the student an important design experience … Continue Reading Spring 2013 Senior Design Competition Projects Announced
Congratulations to team Intracell (Electrical Engineering) for receiving the 3rd place Award and the Media Award at the 2013 Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel, at the Walt Disney World … Continue Reading Intracell Wins Awards at 2013 Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel