Chemical Engineering students help the Michigan Concrete Canoe Team place third overall at regionals.
Putting concrete’s floatation abilities to the test
AI could run a million microbial experiments per year
Automation uncovers combinations of amino acids that feed two bacterial species and could tell us much more about the 90% of bacteria that humans have hardly studied.
Demonstrating the importance of water filtration and conservation
Fourth through sixth grade students participated in a filtration experiment led by the Kamcev Lab to learn about how scientists and engineers aim to solve the looming global water crisis.
Student-led initiative tests a solar-powered refrigerator in rural communities
Creating a sustainable solution to increase vaccine accessibility.
For the first time, controlling the degree of twist in nanostructure particles
Being able to decide not only whether a micron-scale particle twists but also how much could open new avenues for machine vision and more.
Andrej Lenert honored among Henry Russel Award recipients
Andrej Lenert has received the Henry Russel Award, the highest honor for U-M faculty at the early to mid-career stages of their career.
Jouha Min receives V Scholar Grant for Cancer Research
The funding will support advanced treatment prediction and tracking tools for pediatric glioma.
A “game changer” for clothing recycling?
Photonic fibers borrow from butterfly wings to enable invisible, indelible sorting labels.
Andrew Allman receives NSF CAREER Award
Andrew Allman receives NSF CAREER Award for an objective reduction framework for sustainable process systems.
Nirala Singh receives NSF CAREER Award
Nirala Singh receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award to further understanding of electrocatalysis and nitrate reduction for a more sustainable future.
Bryan Goldsmith receives NSF CAREER Award
Bryan Goldsmith receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award to enhance the conversion of nitrate into valuable ammonia for waste management across industry, food and water systems.
‘I’m supposed to be here’
PhD student José Carlos Díaz shares his remarkable path from Cuba to chemical engineering at U-M.
“Transformer” pinwheels offer new twist on nano-engineered materials
Producing chirality, a property found throughout nature, through large-scale self-assembly could lead to applications in sensing, machine perception and more.
Heat-resistant nanophotonic material could help turn heat into electricity
The key to beating the heat is degrading the materials in advance.
Jeff Lievense receives the 2022 ChE Alumni Merit Award
U-M ChE alum, member of the National Academy of Engineering, and External Advisory Board member, Jeff Lievense, is the recipient of the 2022 alumni merit award.
Visualizing nanoscale structures in real time
Open-source software enables researchers to see materials in 3D while they’re still on the electron microscope.
A transformational experience — Malini Mukherji
One of chemical engineering’s newest alumni and recent NSF-GRFP recipient, Malini Mukherji, had a transformational experience at U-M through learning, research and leading the ChE honor society.
Biointerfaces Institute welcomes new members of its External Advisory Board
The U-M Biointerfaces Institute welcomes Carl Gordon and Natasha Shervani of OrbiMed as new members of its External Advisory Board.
Sharon Glotzer receives Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship
Sharon C. Glotzer, Anthony C. Lembke Department Chair of Chemical Engineering, has received the Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship from the U.S. Department of Defense.
Academic-industrial partnership to develop new technology for boron removal from contaminated waters￼
Jovan Kamcev, U-M ChE assistant professor, was recently awarded funding from the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI) for a collaborative project between University of Michigan, Yale University, and Magna Imperio Systems.