Knight Campus

Knight Campus
December 8

Trustees approve Knight Campus funds, presidential profile

Other action at the recent meeting included approval of a new degree, UO Portland funds
X-rays of damged and healed bones
October 31

Paper looks at latest advances in bone, tissue regeneration

Advances in bioengineering, materials science offer hope for breakthrough therapies
Student research team in lab
August 31

UO undergrads working to develop a concussion biosensor

The university’s first iGEM team will present its work at an international event in October
Teacher writing on whiteboard
August 19

New NSF grant helps build a pipeline for STEM students

The $4.3 million grant will help low-income community college students pursue research careers
Human physiology lab
July 22

Wu Tsai Alliance enhances performance for the human race

At the UO, a founding partner in the group, more than a dozen research projects are funded
Damien Callahan, human physiology (Photo by Chris Larsen, University Communications)
July 6

Damien Callahan and Injuries in Athletes

Knight Campus scientist Damien Callahan studies elite athletes for clues about muscle rehabilitation after injury
Bala Ambati
April 8

Knight Campus talk to focus on the cornea and vision science

Research professor Bala Ambati will explore how scientists are addressing eye conditions
Arlyne Simon
February 24

Customer-centric innovation is focus of Knight Campus talk

Biomedical engineer and inventor Arlyne Simon to speak at Knight Campus on March 4
Students in a lab
February 11

At the UO, women in STEM are making science better for all

Feb. 11 was the United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Three Knight Campus researchers
December 3

Knight Campus trio uses science and engineering to aid health

Three researchers have landed almost $5 million in NIH grants to find new tools for healing

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