From concept to commercialization: How UCSC researchers revolutionized DNA sequencing
Students are valuable contributors to Baskin Engineering research

We encourage all students to explore visionary research in the school of engineering

New findings promising for cancer early detection

Assistant Professor Daniel Kim's lab discovered a previously unknown RNA
biomarker, a promising step in the development of new tests for cancer early detection

TIME's 100 Most Influential People of 2022

Assistant Professor Karen Miga has been selected for her T2T Consortium work
on completing the first gapless sequence of a human genome 

Welcome!

The Baskin School of Engineering at UC Santa Cruz represents a rare combination of world-class, high-impact research on a campus known for social responsibility and diversity. We offer forward-looking, interdisciplinary programs of study and engage in visionary research that improves the world and our place in it through bold and socially responsible innovation.

News

Immergo Labs, founded in 2020, provides an affordable, accessible, and immersive telehealth physical therapy care platform.
Co-principal investigator Stephanie Lieggi and PI Carlos Maltzahn will develop a plan to recruit research software engineering staff who can establish and maintain the support infrastructure necessary for open source projects to thrive within the university context.

Events

Organizer: UC Santa Cruz Open Source Program Office
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Inclusion at Baskin Engineering
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Inclusivity at UCSC

Baskin Engineering and the UCSC campus have many resources to provide access and promote academic excellence to historically underrepresented students. Be sure to visit the Baskin Engineering Inclusive Excellence Hub.

BE Innovators
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Mansi Saini

Computer game design student Mansi Saini has been named one of 50 top hackers of 2022 by Major League Hacking (MLH)—the official student hackathon league and the largest, global early-career developer community—for her contributions to the hacking community. Saini was recognized for her work in creating an inclusive space that supports hackers with finding their footing and developing the coding skills needed to succeed as technologists.