A new review paper co-authored by researchers in the Guldberg Lab provides an overview of the latest technological advances targeting musculoskeletal disorders,
Andrew White, a leader in the adaption of deep learning to chemistry and materials, will deliver a guest lecture presented by the Knight Campus Department of Bioengineering
Stacey York testified before a state house committee on Sept. 21, about the Knight Campus' role in helping to create a diverse pipeline of highly skilled workers to support Oregon’s semiconductor industry.
The Knight Campus assistant professor is leading three new projects funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense and the Donald and Delia Baxter Foundation
Danielle Benoit, a professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Rochester, will join the Knight Campus as the inaugural bioengineering chair
The Knight Campus Graduate Internship Program (KCGIP) hosted workshops with LGBTQ+ Educator Leo Caldwell. On June 28, the Sky Bridge was illuminated to commemorate the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
Much of what we know about human health comes from the study of diseases like cancer, cardiovascular disease and brain disorders. The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance takes the opposite approach ...
Sports Product Design master’s student Gabi Lorenzo’s capstone thesis project connects researchers, product designers, sports scientists and women athletes.
Knight Campus professor and entrepreneur Keat Ghee Ong was officially inducted as a senior member of the National Academy of Inventors at the organization’s annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, June 14-15.
The Knight Campus Graduate Internship Program is welcoming 80 master’s candidates for Professional Development Week