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The undergraduate research team, paired with graduate students in Knight Campus labs, is working on a genetically engineered probiotic that targets the H.pylori bacterium, which infects roughly half the world's population.
A pioneer in micro-3D printing, Paul Dalton is the second recipient of the Bradshaw and Holzapfel Research Professorship In Transformational Science and Mathematics
The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon presented its Undergraduate Fellowship Symposium on Sept. 18 in the Beetham Family Seminar Room at the Knight Campus.
Full-price registration goes into effect after Sept. 15 for the Oregon Bioengineering Symposium. This year's conference theme is Translating Ideas into Practice.
New research through the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance tackles the problem of ACL tears disproportionately affecting female athletes in soccer
Now in its third year, the summer camp partnership between the the Human Performance Alliance at Oregon and KIDSPORTS helps encourage activity and physical fitness for kids
Danielle Benoit, Lorry Lokey Chair of the Department of Bioengineering at the Knight Campus, has been elected to the 2023 class of Biomedical Engineering Society Fellows.
The Knight Campus Graduate Internship Program welcomed its latest academic cohort of 83 students in June with a Professional Development and Orientation Week designed to support students in the accelerated master’s program as well as their future careers.
Registration for the fifth annual symposium is now open. The final weeks of early bird registration is available until Sept. 15, offering participants the opportunity to secure their spots at a discounted rate.
Local Spark program brings dozens of high school students to tour Knight Campus, including Dalton Lab and the Fabrication Lab, to encourage interest in STEM education and jobs.