Procter and Gamble’s continued partnership with Ronald Larson and the Larson Lab explores greener opportunities for conditioning agents in shampoo.
Recent funding advances environmentally friendly conditioning agents in shampoo development
Michael Maten recognized as 2023 Alumni Merit Award recipient
Michigan Chemical Engineering alum and Director of EV Policy and Regulatory Affairs at General Motors, Michael Maten (BSE ’93) has been selected for 2023 Alumni Merit Award.
Wireless and battery-free sensors for sustainable smart cities
The sensors will provide real-time data for smart decision-making by allowing the natural environment and the built environment to communicate seamlessly.
Sharon Glotzer named a Clarivate Citation Laureate
23 world-class researchers have been selected for exhibiting exceptional levels of citation among the scientific community within the areas of science recognized by the Nobel Prize.
Xiwen Gong nominated for Nature’s Inspiring Women in Science Program
Nature’s Inspiring Women in Science Award is a prestigious recognition that celebrates the accomplishments of women in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
AI tool helps optimize antibody medicines
Machine learning points out why antibodies fail to stay on target, binding to molecules that aren’t markers of disease—and suggests better designs.
Largest U.S. investment in particle self-assembly seeks to deliver on nanotechnology’s promise
With applications in transportation, energy, health care and more, the center includes African universities and creates opportunities for overlooked talent in the U.S.
Undergraduate student explores graduate research opportunities at Michigan Chemical Engineering
The Nikolla Lab hosted an undergraduate student from Roosevelt University in Chicago as part of U-M’s Summer Research Opportunity Program.
ICOM recognizes PhD student David Kitto
Chemical Engineering PhD Student David Kitto received the World Association of Membrane Societies Oral Presentation Award at the International Congress on Membranes and Membrane Processes held in Chiba, Japan.
Lola Eniola-Adefeso named Vennema Professor of Chemical Engineering
The endowed Vennema professorship was established in 1980 to support scholars whose work will impact the technologies of tomorrow.
Introducing opportunities for the next generation of STEM scholars
Local high school students learn about pressure sensors, nanotechnology and renewable energy as an introduction to research and engineering.
Q&A with Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Student Asesh Chanda
Asesh Chanda discusses his internship in the Nikolla Lab and exploring graduate-level research.
Rebecca Lindsey receives Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum Young Investigator Award
The AIChE CoMSEF Young Investigator Award recognizes outstanding research in computational molecular science and engineering, encompassing both methods and applications.
Funding supports solution to detect lead in drinking water
Research led by Mark Burns is refining a solution to rapidly detect lead in drinking water.
A stretchable nano-crumpled material could help prevent infection in patients with medical implants
The material could provide a low-cost and scalable solution for long-term antibacterial protection.
Michigan Engineering student team wins round two of IBM Call for Code challenge with traffic management solution
The undergraduate student team has developed Traffic AI, a system that uses machine learning to reduce traffic congestion and lower carbon emissions.
$1.3M to improve urea production and reduce carbon dioxide emissions
Rather than contributing to emissions, the production of an essential fertilizer could consume carbon dioxide, and a U-M team will explore such a method.
Q&A with Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Student Noor Guron
Noor Guron shares her summer internship experience and career goals moving forward.
Making the structure of ‘fire ice’ with nanoparticles
The structure harnesses a strange physical phenomenon and could enable engineers to manipulate light in new ways.
James O. Wilkes fund supports working Chemical Engineering undergraduates
The named scholarship allows students to minimize work hours outside of full-time courses, making a significant difference in the lives of students paying their way through school.