The Bio-X Graduate Fellowships offer Ph.D. candidates funding independent of any one lab or grant, freeing recipients to pursue interdisciplinary research and to work with multiple mentors.
The Bio-X Travel Awards Program gives graduate students the opportunity to develop their public speaking skills, to travel and network with like-minded peers, and to learn new ideas that could potentially and positively affect their research.
The Bio-X Frontiers in Interdisciplinary Biosciences seminar series, available for registration through multiple departments and listed as CHEMENG 459, presents a broad set of scientific and technical themes related to interdisciplinary biological sciences.
Bio-X sponsors workshops for faculty and students which teach and address a variety of cutting-edge technologies and interdisciplinary topics.
The Bio-X Undergraduate Summer Research Program funds undergraduate research training through an award designed to support interdisciplinary undergraduate summer research projects.