Each winner receives $4,000 in scholarship and travel support.
As part of an international competition, the Colorado State University International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team is leveraging expertise in synthetic biology to propose a solution to antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Their solution is a combination of creativity, chemistry and physics, along with Arun Kota’s extensive research in “superomniphobic” surfaces that repel many different kinds of liquids.
It was the 11th year running that research expenditures, which account for research dollars spent within that period, exceeded $300 million.
43 engineering students stand out as Walter Scott, Jr. Scholars and Fellows, and will be welcomed to campus this fall as award recipients.
The status quo of the U.S. pharmaceutical market may soon be turned on its head, according to CSU scientists.
At the Women of Vision Gala in July, two CSU students were awarded the Joan C. King-Tobet Memorial Scholarship for exceptional students with an interest in biomedical science or biomedical engineering.
Twenty-four students recently traveled to Ecuador as part of the Range of Motion Project. The experience helped them see how their training can prepare them for careers helping individuals with limb loss.
In May, the School of Biomedical Engineering led a study abroad course in Quito, Ecuador to work with Range of Motion Project volunteers and learn how to build and fit prostheses for patients.