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Biological and Ecological Engineering is the application of engineering and life-science principles and problem-solving techniques to the optimum use and sustainability of biological resources. The curriculum is engineering-based with strong emphasis on the life sciences. With undergraduate and graduate options, we bring the insights from biology and the methods of engineering together to provide the products and tools of the future.
Check out our latest Biological & Ecological Engineering newsletter - 2018 was a great year for B.E.E.!
EcoEngineering Alum, Caitlyn Clark ('14), was recently awarded an Avangrid fellowship and a Fulbright Scholarshipto pursue original research using computational optimization and machine learning techniques to explore interactions between wave...
Through your generous support, we hope to send two EcoE seniors representing their Senior Design teams to Cameroon to implement their ideas, plus two students to the ACS NORM 2018 conference in Richland, Washington.
Manuel Lopez is a student employee in the OPEnS Lab, and an undergraduate in EECS. See this short video to learn more about Manuel and how working in the OPENs Lab is helping him reach his goals.
The cutting-edge research and projects of Distinguished Professor John Selker is reaching students and communities across the globe.
John Bolte, Biological & Ecological Engineering Director, and a team of OSU researchers study the effects of beach erosion in Tillamook County.
"Our current vision is to have them on a single post that rotates so that when a tractor comes they rotate up and out of the way and doesn't impede the tractor and then they rotate back in place when they are done," said Chad Higgins, an...
BEE Professor, Desiree Tullos, discusses methods for improving flood-risk governance in the United States. In the wake of multiple hurricanes and the Oroville Dam disaster, this issue is becoming more important than ever.
Dale Kirk was a pioneering researcher and one of the most sought-after professors on campus from the mid-1940’s to mid-1980’s. Among his many engineering accomplishments, he developed a mechanical strawberry harvester and a grass seed field-...
BEE Distinguished Professor, John Selker, has made cutting-edge advancements in the collection of weather data from Africa. Read about his work in iAfrikan.