Chemical Engineering News
How rod-shaped particles might distract an out-of-control immune response
When white blood cells don’t know when to stop, an injection of rod-shaped particles may draw them away from a site of excessive inflammation.
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Rich Lesser (BSE ’83), CEO of BCG, to give virtual commencement address to Michigan graduating seniors
Lesser recalls graduating during a recession when job prospects were bleak.
Congratulations to the ChE class of 2020!
The department, College, and University are making plans for remote celebrations in honor of the graduating class.
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Containment efforts appear to step down the spread of COVID-19 from the exponential norm
Deaths in China reflect a slower expansion of the new coronavirus, suggesting a fractal network.
U-M spinoff offers free coronavirus test kits to researchers
The kits help researchers understand where the virus came from and how it operates.
COVID-19: Research and Resources
Keep up with the U-M community as it reacts and responds to COVID-19.
Mcubed Communities launched this week
Program can strengthen institutional strategy, coordination and readiness. Mark Burns is the Executive Director of MCubed.
Cancer: Faster screening to hit “undruggable” targets
Coiled proteins could stop cancer and other diseases from overriding signals within cells.
Chemical Engineering at 2019 AIChE Meeting
The student chapter and the chapter’s advisor, H. Scott Fogler, received recognition at the 2019 AIChE Student Conference.
Bryan Goldsmith named Dow Corning Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
This support will enable his research lab to explore promising ideas related to machine learning and catalysis.
2019 Weber Lecture celebrates legacy of Professor Emeritus Walt Weber, Jr.
ChE PhD alumnus Abhaya K. Datye delivers first Weber Lecture since death of event’s namesake
Jeff Lievense (BSE ’76)
A recent inductee into the National Academy of Engineering, Jeff is an industrial biotechnology pioneer.