The core BIEN research facilities are housed in Bourns Hall, the college’s $41 million, 105,000 square-foot engineering complex. Graduate students have access to an array of significant resources that assist in their research efforts.
Instrumentation and Equipment
Groundbreaking research requires access to cutting edge instrumentation and equipment. Bioengineering’s research facilities feature top of the line equipment
Certification for cell handling at biological safety levels 1 and 2, use of enzymes, nucleic acids, fluorescent microscopes, optical instrumentation, mammalian cell tissue culture.
Students have many tools available for use
Due to the program’s interdisciplinary approach, students also have access to other University of California, Riverside facilities as well as collaborations with other organizations including: