Are you interested helping others? Are you fascinated by medical technology? This summer, come experience where engineering meets medicine at BOLT, Bioengineering Opportunities and Leadership Training, Camp.
Gain a better understanding of what it means to be a bioengineer through hands-on activities in our labs and through interactions with our faculty and students.
Intrigued? Complete the BOLT interest form to receive information about upcoming BOLT Camps and registration.
The Engineering + Innovation Camp staff is closely monitoring the outbreak of the coronavirus. At this time, we intend to hold all camp programs as scheduled. If the outbreak continues locally and/or nationally through the end of April and seems likely to extend into the summer, we will cancel the camps. If we do cancel the camps, full refunds will be given back to families. Additionally, if we do hold the camps, we will give a full refund to anyone who isn't comfortable attending due to coronavirus concerns up to a week before the camp starts.
We want to reiterate that we don't anticipate that we will have to cancel any camp programs this summer but are prepared to act upon CDC and state government recommendations. We will you updated as the situation evolves.
Fifty high school students from Colorado and beyond spent a week on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus learning about how engineers solve important clinical problems as part of Bioengineering Opportunities and Leadership Training (BOLT) camp hosted by the Department of Bioengineering at CU Denver|Anschutz Medical Campus. Highlights of the camp included conducting a CRISPR Cas-9 tissue engineering experiment, participating in an anatomy experience with the AHEC cadaver lab, working with engineering and clinical faculty to design and prototype solutions to unmet clinical needs, and learning to solder, 3D print, and build circuits.