Bioengineering High School Competition

Conference/Symposium | April 7 |  Stanley Hall | Note change in date

 Bioengineering Honor Society

BioEHSC is an annual group research and design competition for high school students, taking place every spring and hosted by the UC Berkeley Bioengineering Honor Society. To help high school students explore bioengineering, BioEHSC asks contestants to identify a problem in medicine or biology and design a bioengineering solution in seven weeks. Contestants will work in groups of four or five, and receive mentorship and advice from a bioengineering undergraduate researcher. After the seven weeks, contestants will create a research poster on their problem, proposed solution, and analysis on potential concerns. They will present their findings for evaluation to a panel of professors and graduate students in a final research symposium.

 Invitation only - competition participants.