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Prof. Dipanjan Pan was awarded a 2016 NML Researcher Award for his outstanding contributions.
Applications for the 2017 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) are now being accepted
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Researchers led by BIOE Assistant Prof. Andrew Smith are working on reducing inflammation present in fatty tissue, providing potential treatment for obesity-related diseases
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Stephen Boppart and team developed a portable, tunable laser system they're using in the OR during surgery to help determine cancer aggressiveness
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Anurup Ganguli, BIOE grad student, and team receive top prize of $150,000
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In a novel breakthrough, UI BIOE researchers show that nanoparticle drug-delivery success can be quantified in a cell.
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Bioengineering Assistant Professor Greg Underhill and his lab team have developed a cell microarray to study complex liver cells.
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Andrew Smith and team develop new quantum dot process to improve technology for tissue examination.
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Bioengineering will integrate more clinical and research experiences into its undergraduate curriculum, thanks to a new $2 million NSF award.
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New Founder Professor Yurii Vlasov is affiliated with BIOE, ECE, MATSE, Beckman Institute, and MNTL.
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The top-rated Senior Design teams of 2016 addressed issues related to sensory feedback in prosthetics and replacing parts in cochlear implants.
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Kenny Long recently earned a prestigious fellowship, and he received a campus award for his international efforts
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Rohit Bhargava has been selected to lead the Cancer Community at Illinois for the next three years.
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A combination of in vivo experimentation and computation is helping researchers better understand brain disorders.
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Aaron Schwartz-Duval participated as one of only 10 U.S. students selected for the FADEx annual doctoral exchange program.
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The National Science Foundation recognized Ting Lu's work with a five-year grant to further study bacterial communities.