Graduate student Anthony Le says the flexible, interdisciplinary program has been a perfect fit.
Nanostructures, microreactors, and printable electronics inspire many new applications in functional surfaces.
An endowed professorship is quite an honor for academic faculty members. But the funding that comes along with the enhanced title can yield benefits that extend to the entire school.
Tyler Radniecki, associate professor of environmental engineering, is partnering with local water utilities and municipalities on strategies for using fat, oil, and grease to produce cheap, renewable energy from wastewater treatment.
Milo Koretsky, professor of chemical engineering, uses 21st century classroom technology to reinforce concept-based learning.
Widely used formulations carry risks of unintended exposure for non-target species, according to a new study led by Stacey Harper, associate professor of environmental engineering.
Machine-learning research by Cory Simon, assistant professor of chemical engineering, aims to accelerate the deployment of these remarkable molecules.
The next generation of high-tech adhesives could take some design cues from the tongues of frogs, according to new research led by Joe Baio, assistant professor of bioengineering.
Tala Navab-Daneshmand, assistant professor of environmental engineering, looks at how septic systems serve as reservoirs for antibiotic resistance.
Greg Rorrer, professor of chemical engineering, is heading up a three-year project that aims to use flat, mesh panels – a new technique – to farm red seaweed.
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