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Protein Power

A five-year NSF grant will fund research investigating methods to harness the regenerative potential of stem-cell-secreted proteins that could improve treatments for musculoskeletal injuries and other conditions.

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Building 2 Construction Now Underway

Building 2 will be a 185,000-square-foot, multi-story bioengineering and applied science research facility

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Faster Forward

A $5 million Papé family gift will step up  innovation in the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact

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The Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact is a campus designed to accelerate the cycle of moving discoveries to impacts for the greater good. Rooted in the University of Oregon’s 60-year history of interdisciplinary collaboration, it is training new generations of scientists, forging tighter ties with industry and entrepreneurs, and creating new opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students.

What's New at the Knight Campus

Genomics in Action from Jan. 25-27 brings together industry and academic leaders to present and discuss bioinformatic approaches and explore internship opportunities for master's students.
The Knight Campus Department of Bioengineering presented Flash Talks on Dec. 5, featuring short talks from the newest cohort of bioengineering Ph.D students
This year’s cohort is the largest to date with 16 members and reflects our strong support for Oregon residents and for women in STEM, who came together for a year-end celebration on Dec. 6.
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The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon Based in the Knight Campus

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The Knight Campus Strategic Plan

The plan lays out key priorities and areas of scientific focus, outlining the ideological foundation of the Knight Campus in detail.

View the Strategic Plan