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BioE symposium combines Oregon's strengths

More than 200 biomedical scholars and industry experts converged on Corvallis for the first-ever Oregon Bioengineering Symposium, hosted by Oregon State on Nov. 22. The inaugural meeting drew students, faculty, and practitioners from across the state and surrounding region to examine and discuss a broad variety of bioengineering topics, with a special emphasis on technologies for precision health. The goal of the meeting was to promote collaboration and exchange of ideas among students, researchers, and practitioners in Oregon and the surrounding region.More...


Expertise in women's cancers

Kaitlin Foggjoined the faculty of CBEE in the fall term as assistant professor of bioengineering. Her principal research interests are in the realm of gynecological cancer treatment. She brings with her considerable expertise in biomedical engineering, specifically in the areas of tissue engineering, statistical modeling, and cancer cell biology.More...


'Future Leader' finds passion for research

Derek Dardzinski, a chemical engineering Honors College senior, was recognized this fall as one of the Future Leaders in Chemical Engineering, at an October symposium hosted by North Carolina State University.More....


Microplastics' ocean impact

Researchers led byStacey Harper, associate professor of environmental engineering, will use a $3.3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to study tiny plastics and their potential impacts on aquatic life. "At the nanoscale, these particles can be ingested by the smallest and the largest organisms in the aquatic world," Harper said.More...


Sticky business: New adhesives from plants

Kaichang Li, professor of chemical engineering, draws inspiration from nature to craft new, environmentally friendly adhesives from plants. His soy-based plywood adhesive has been used to manufacture more than 150 million hardwood plywood panels since it was first put into production.More...


CBEE brings it to Orlando

CBEE once again had a large contingent at the annual student conference of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, held Nov. 8-11 in Orlando, Florida. Chemical engineering juniorLauren Lippmanwon second place for her poster in Environmental Science and Engineering IV.
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