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Mechanical, Biological Engineers Team up to Improve Genome Sequencing
Professors Steve Tung of mechanical engineering and Jin-Woo Kim of biological engineering received an NIH grant to make DNA sequencing faster, cheaper and easier.
BioAg Engineering Head Named Fellow of International Academy
Lalit Verma, head of the department of biological and agricultural engineering, was inducted as a fellow of the International Academy of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Honors New Academy Members
The Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering welcomed seven new members at its annual induction ceremony April 20.
Research Into Rice Brings Runkle to Arkansas
Ben Runkle, an assistant professor of biological and agricultural engineering, was awarded $500,199 grant by the National Science Foundation's early career development program.
Professor, Director Marty Matlock Named Winner of 2018 Borlaug CAST Communication Award
Marty Matlock will receive the 2018 Borlaug CAST Communication Award from the U.S. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology.
Li Inducted as Institute of Biological Engineering Fellow
Distinguished Professor Yanbin Li of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering was inducted as a Fellow of the Institute of Biological Engineering.
BioAg Engineering Department Head addresses 'Grand Challenges' at Africa conference
Lalit Verma, head of the department of biological and agricultural engineering, gave a keynote presentation on the importance of engineering last month to government and education leaders from across Africa.
After Social Innovation Challenge, Two Students Find Thesis Fodder in Partnership With Non-Profit
Laura Gray and Sarah Gould, biological engineering majors, work with Tri Cycle Farms to implement "Seed-to-Sell Learning Project" as part of social innovation.
U of A Graduate Programs Continue to Rise in U.S. News Rankings
Graduate programs in three colleges rose in the latest edition of the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
University of Arkansas Researchers Recognized for Innovation in Rice Production
Irrigation method reduces water use by 30 percent, methane production by 50 to 90 percent and does it without reducing rice yields.