A team of BIOE researchers developed an innovative approach to treating metastatic cancer, reducing side effects and treatment variability between patients.
On May 8, 2023, 24 teams presented novel designs at the BIOE Capstone Design Competition.
Innovate Maryland event also celebrates work on plastic substitutes, cancer detection, quantum science
Twelve projects led by or involving Maryland Engineering faculty have been awarded funding through the Grand Challenges Grants Program, the largest and most comprehensive program of its kind ever introduced at the University of Maryland.
A UMD research team wins one of the transportation field’s most prestigious honors.
This center will pursue intelligent sensing to action: Sensing capabilities and embedded intelligence to enable fast and efficient generation of actions.
BIOE assistant professor Joe Huang and members of his lab are researching new protocols for drug photosafety testing.
The former student of John Baras won the SPS Claude Shannon-Harry Nyquist Technical Achievement Award, the Best Paper Award, and the Donald G. Fink Overview Paper Award.
The University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering ranks #11 among the country’s public universities in U.S. News & World Report
2022-23 Best Colleges rankings, rising one spot from #12 in 2022.
Prof. Kuo is leading an effort to develop first-of-kind therapeutics to repair injured or weakened tendons.
Clark School alums helped 'unfold the universe' through their work on Webb
Professor Min Wu and Associate Professor Dana Dachman-Soled part of NSF/Amazon-funded research team.
Funding pathway promotes high-impact collaborations between UMB's neurosurgery and UMCP's bioengineering.
Transportation safety, impact of telecommuting among topics covered by UMD experts.
After its successful launch Dec. 25, Webb is well on its way to full deployment and the start of its mission.
The department has named Fischell Fellows annually since 2003.
Researchers hope to improve how cells, tissues, and organs are banked for transplantation and other applications.
BIOE assistant professor awarded NIH R01 grant to develop two-pronged approach to treating certain cancers.
Research fellowships provide support to UMD doctoral students at mid-career (i.e., in the period approximately before, during, or after achievement of candidacy).
Professors Christopher Cadou and Eric Wachsman are developing a hybrid system for commercial aircraft.
Collaborators aim to improve regulatory evaluation of emerging fluorescence imaging combination products.
Inglut recently received the Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award and the Clark Doctoral Mid-Career Award.
BIOE assistant professors aim to develop techniques to target drugs to the central nervous system.
Multi-institutional study makes cover of Advanced Materials
BIOE assistant professor working to develop novel light-based technology to improve drug delivery
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
Newly-published UMD research details a potential breakthrough
Diverse energy projects selected from across the University System
Data-driven tech combines photos, videos, real-world trajectory, and behavioral info into autonomous driving simulator.
The project could enable new advanced quantum research and technology.
Chosen as best out of 107 papers published in 2017 in Science and Technology for the Built Environment
Jeffrey Klauda's team uses computer simulation of soybean plasma membrane to further understand molecular behavior.
Marina Leite and her team of researchers tackle hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites based on methylammonium lead.
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
UMD researchers showcase transformative energy research at ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit
Yi programs a KUKA industrial robot to dance with humans in his work.
UMD Represented on 6 of 22 Teams Awarded University Research Initiative Grants by the Department of Defense
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students celebrate research undertakings.
UMD awarded more than $5 million by ARPA-E to fund potentially transformational research.
The center develops highly ordered nanostructures that offer a unique way of looking at the science of energy storage.
Pulsing with lithium, tiny silicon beads on a nanotube hold promise for better batteries
Rama Chellappa receives prestigious honor from the International Association for Pattern Recognition.
Electrolyte determines just how thin a nanoscale lithium battery can be.
Clark School chemical and biomolecular engineering students take second in mid-Atlantic region.
Praise for team entered into the Congressional Record.
Five Clark School students to receive support towards completing their dissertations.
Students present their accomplishments after 11-week research program.
Research designed to increase effectiveness of lithium ion batteries.
Maryland NanoCenter researchers create new device to store electrical energy.
Prevent Cancer Foundation to support Chen's biopsy guidance technique.
Ph.D. Alumnus Wen-Hsien Chuang receives highest honor as employee at Intel.
Electrical and computer engineering (ECE) undergraduate Amon Ducao took a first prize in the 2005 Maryland Engineering Research Internship Teams (MERIT) Fair.