Annual Report 2000: Engineering InterAction
College of Engineering / University of Wisconsin-Madison

Table of Contents

Microfluidic device

Biomedical Engineering Assistant Professor David Beebe and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Animal Sciences Associate Professor Matt Wheeler build and use microfluidic devices (pictured above) to culture and manipulate eggs, embryos and cells for animal reproduction. Read about Beebe's revolutionary "hands-off" method of controlling fluid flow in such microfluidic systems.


The Deans' Message

College Departments

Interdisciplinary Degree Programs

2000-2001 Industrial Advisory Board

College Consortia

College Centers

College Services

Private Support

1999-2000 Financial Summary

Faculty and Department Directory

College Publications

Credits



In the background: Artist's conception of the Mechanical Engineering Building renovation as seen from Engineering Drive. (© Anderson Illustration Associates, Inc., 2000). See Dean's Message for details.

 

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