A project exploring differences in physical and virtual labs, which received seed funding from the Center for Research in Engineering Education Online (CREEdO), has now received $200,000 in additional funding from the National Science Foundation.
The Oregon Bioengineering Symposium — jointly organized by Oregon State, Oregon Health & Science University, and the University of Oregon — was established in 2019 to promote collaboration and exchange of ideas...
Kelsey Stoerzinger will use her Department of Energy early career award to design and test catalysts that facilitate the conversion of nitrate into ammonia more efficiently and sustainably than current methods.
New bioengineering faculty Heidi Kloefkorn brings to the College of Engineering skills in developing noninvasive observation technologies, experience in degenerative and chronic pain models, and histological and electrophysiological tissue analysis.
As a first-year student, Jackie Nguyen started working with Tala Navab-Daneshmand, assistant professor of environmental engineering, on a project to learn more about antibiotic-resistant bacteria in wastewater treatment facilities across Oregon.
As a first-year student, Carly Thorkildson dug into research right away. She joined a project with researchers in engineering, agriculture, and environmental systems to investigate how rain gardens can remove contaminants from stormwater.