Bioengineering senior design team Heather August, Michelle Hattan, and Pratik Randeria.
The Bioengineering undergraduate organization, BMES
, won first prize for Best Presentation of a Society at this year’s College of Engineering Engineering Open House
. The BMES presentation consisted of five functioning exhibits including an emergency diagnostic device, an electrooculogram for use in aviation control, and software that displays genomic pathways in a variety of organisms. Additionally, there was a genetic engineering display constructed with demonstration E.coli transfection, genomic pathway software, and a microscope displaying mice stem cells. The final exhibit was the Peerless Probe, a pre-biospsy tumor-detection needle, a created by bioengineering senior design team Heather August, Michelle Hattan, and Pratik Randeria.
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