Bioengineering

Leading the way in engineering in medicine.

To be a Bioengineer is to tackle some of the most complex problems in biology and medicine. Whether it’s engineering bacteria to produce novel chemicals, developing tissue-engineered organs, or inventing new medical devices, bioengineers employ the fundamentals of biology, chemistry, physics and engineering to solve real-world problems that can help millions.

To learn more about the Bioengineering department visit our dedicated site.

News

Year One: What’s it like being a Bruin Engineer?

Last year, we asked newly admitted freshmen why they selected UCLA Samueli. A year later, after their fall and winter quarters, we followed up on what they thought of their first year as Bruin engineers.

#EngineeringWellness

After being impacted by suicide in his senior year of high school, Sahen Rai, a first-year computer science student, is using his newly learned skills to put numbers to feelings.

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