Thanks to an effort that began more than a decade ago, bioengineering at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has finally taken root.

In fact, with new faculty members, a cross-cutting University institute in biologically inspired engineering, the launch of an undergraduate concentration (and a graduate degree program in the wings), bioengineering is indeed blooming.

Find out more about the exciting interface of biology and engineering, and catch up on the latest news from SEAS in the winter 2011 issue of Topics.

Read Full Story