Located in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center, the Rice University Department of Bioengineering advances knowledge in the field through excellence in research and innovative teaching environments that challenge students to explore, collaborate and invent.
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.
Bioengineer Jordan Miller clears major hurdle on path to 3D printing replacement organs.
Mechanical engineering, bioengineering seniors use magnets, tracking sensor to drill bone, insert screws in just the right spot.
Bioengineering team prototypes EpiWear to keep emergency medication at hand at all times.
Rice bioengineers Mikos and Bittner lead effort to print scaffolds to heal bone and cartilage.
Rice U., UTHealth advance craniofacial surgery with 3D implants made inside the patient.
Rice bioengineer honored for inventions that diagnose cancer, save babies.
Herbert Levine among researchers to define a small protein's central role in tumor mechanics.
KPRC-TV's Frank Billingsley received a nanoparticle infusion as part of clinical trials for prostrate cancer.