Accelerating Science

Microelectrodes could be the next step in neural interfaces

Felix Deku's work at the Knight Campus could lead to treatments for neurological conditions

Bioengineer Danielle Benoit named to National Academy of Inventors

The Knight Campus researcher has provided insights into new strategies for bone healing

$10M gift will boost UO’s innovation and entrepreneurship efforts

The Cameron family’s donation will aid the Lundquist College of Business and Knight Campus

UO part of new international collective focused on sports

The Global University Sports Network will help advise and inform athletics leaders

UO researchers tackle ACL tears affecting women athletes

A study of footwear biomechanics looks at ways to prevent injuries, particularly in soccer

Tunable 'affibodies' offer a new approach to healing fractures

The small proteins can be engineered to go to the site of a broken bone and accelerate repair

Microscale 3D printers unlock new biomaterial possibilities

New research from professor Paul Dalton launches affordable, open-source devices

Knight Campus reveals design details for Building 2

It will double the campus’ capacity and boost engineering research and training

Learn about new ways to heal bones in Knight Campus talk

Bioengineering chair Danielle Benoit headlines Science Knight Out on April 11

UO chooses a leader for its first-ever department of bioengineering

Danielle Benoit, an expert in therapeutic biomaterials, is the inaugural Lokey Chair