While biology and biological processes are fundamental to our research, it is through the integration of engineering and technological tools that we expand basic and life science and positively impact human health.
Inspiration and advice from six women in the Rice BIOE community.
Public policy and lab research intersect for Rice bioengineering Ph.D. student Melody Tan.
Rice bioengineers mix injectable scaffolds at room temperature to grow new tissue.
Travel Awards allow graduate students to present their research at conferences across the globe.
Marjan Majid, Rice graduate student and student organizer for Texas Biomaterials Day, weighs in on why the event is so valuable for student attendees.
Rice bioengineers Mikos and Bittner lead effort to print scaffolds to heal bone and cartilage.
Leukocyte-derived nanoparticles to fight tumor-initiating cancer cells
Student uses 3D paper-based construct to sift out root causes of calcific valve disease
Doctoral students Wei Tong (Jeron) Chen, Joshua Chen, and Sarah Hewes chosen for their high-potential research-based projects
Lab-grown tissue engineered shield to protect against calcific valve disease