Santa Clara University

bioengineering

Senior Design Projects

 Senior Design 2014

 

2014 Senior Design Projects

Packed Bed Reactor Dialysis Cartridge Utilizing Microencapsulated Urease

POSEIDON: Perennial Endograft System

Continent Prosthetic Reservoir

Electrolysis Powered Micropump Utilizing Planar Check Valves*

TALENs: Genome Surgery*

3D Printing Toward the Study of Potential Anti-MRSA Agents

Reverse Protein Engineering of Luciferase

Genome Editing of Human iPSCs using the Cas9 System

Protein Engineering of Luciferase to Enhance Bioluminescent Properties

IAP Inhibitors as Potential Tools for Ovarian Cancer Therapy*

Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis

Electrochemical Detection of Arsenic Using a Microfluidic Sensing Platform*

EndoCATH® Occlusion Balloon Catheter Bubble Elimination during Preparation

Design of Methane-to-Methanol Conversion Device

Designing a Biomimetic Primary Cell-Based 3D Culture System for Neurotoxicity Screening*

Optimizing the Performance of an Alginate-Based Stent for Mammalian Cell Immobilization

Mammalian Cell-Encapsulated Transdermal Patch

In Vitro Metastasis Platform

*Winners for Bioengineering Sessions 1 (Tie), 2, 3 & 4

 

2013 Senior Design Projects

Affordable, Self-Contained and Quantitative Microfluidic Device for the Detection of Arsenic*

Contamination in Groundwater Samples

Amperometric Detection of Bioamines in Cancer Borealis, Using Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis Integrated with Micellar Chromatography

Detection of Waterborne Pathogens

ProStent

Bipolar RF Arthroscopic Device

Analyzing Surface Protein Expression and Internalization

The trM2H System: An Innovative Approach to Detecting Protein-Protein Interactions

Generation of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) Using Episomal Plasmids*

Sound Wave Analytic Graphics Application

*Winners for Bioengineering Sessions 1 & 2

 

2012 Senior Design Projects

Reverse Protein Engineering

Pathogen Detection by Two-Dimensional Paper Networks

Detection of Waterborne Pathogens for the Developing World

Engineering a Cell as a Biosensor*

A Microfluidic Device to Identify and Measure Amine Concentrations in Cancer borealis

Attempt to Increase the Adhesive Strength of Cyanoacrylate Glues Using Carbon Nanotubes

Interactive Model of Particle Flow through Brain Tissue

TheraPE*

Automated Utility Testing Operations (A.U.T.O)

Heat Activated Wearable Technology (HAWT)

Roverwerx: RoboMedic for Triage (RMT): Triage Function

*Winners for Bioengineering Sessions 1 & 2

 

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