Biomedical engineering

Engineering Solutions

In many classrooms, instructors use touchscreen tablets to operate overhead projectors. They are straightforward tools, but only if the user can see which buttons to press. This summer, University of California, Davis, history lecturer Seth Clark discovered his sight impairment made the tablets challenging to use.

A Key to the College of Engineering's Past

The Bent Monument's design, initially a watch key, symbolizes Tau Beta Pi, the oldest U.S. engineering honor society. Erected on campus in 1973, its installation involved student ingenuity and collaboration. The monument, now a popular photo spot, embodies UC Davis' spirit of breaking ground, collaborative excellence and looking toward the future.

Meet the Postdocs: Manohar Prasad Bhandari and Qing He

In honor of UC Davis’ Postdoc Appreciation Week, the college celebrates the more than 70 postdoctoral scholars making significant contributions to research, discovery and our commitment to engineering a better world for all.

Novel dynamic imaging technology captures the body's immune response to COVID-19 infection

A team of UC Davis scientists used dynamic total-body positron emission tomography (PET) to provide the first imaging of the human body's immune response to COVID-19 infection in recovering patients. Their work, published in Science Advances, could lead to a better understanding of how the body's immune system responds to viral infections and develops long-term protection against re-infection.