WetComm project expands bioengineering research, STEM opportunities for teens

WetComm project expands bioengineering research, STEM opportunities for teens

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Nebraska Engineering faculty Wei Niu (left) and Massimiliano Pierobon examine a petri dish as students Zahmeeth Sakkaff and Molly Lee work in the background. Through a new NSF-funded project, Pierobon is expanding bioengineering research on campus and STEM opportunities for Lincoln-area high school students. (Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication)
Nebraska Engineering faculty Wei Niu (left) and Massimiliano Pierobon examine a petri dish as students Zahmeeth Sakkaff and Molly Lee work in the background. Through a new NSF-funded project, Pierobon is expanding bioengineering research on campus and STEM opportunities for Lincoln-area high school students. (Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication)

A new Nebraska Engineering project with NSF funding is expanding bioengineering research on campus while offering science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning opportunities for high school students.