News Highlights

Ted Randolph and Dan Schwartz

A patent for technology used to stabilize freeze-dried vaccines to withstand temperature extremes has been awarded to ChBE Professors Ted Randolph and

Nanotubes

Nanostructured oxide semiconductors are used in a variety of photovoltaic, light emitting diode (LED) and photoelectrochemical water-splitting devices.

CU Boulder

In the 2015 US News & World Report rankings published this week, the Chemical & Biological Engineering undergraduate program at CU Boulder is ranked 18th overall and 12th among public institutions.

Dan Schwartz

Department Chair and Alfred T. and Betty E. Look Professor Dan Schwartz was the recipient of the Dean's Award for Research.

ARWU

The University of Colorado Boulder is ranked 10th in the world in science in the 2014 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU). CU-Boulder is also ranked 34th overall.

Logan Collins and Michael Chen giving their TEDx Talks

While working in CU Chemical and Biological Engineering labs, high school students Logan Collins and Michael Chen respectively

Rich Noble and student

The American Chemical Society has named Professor Richard Noble the

Dan Schwartz

The American Chemical Society has named ChBE Department Chair Dan Schwartz a 2014 ACS Fellow.

Kristi Anseth

The 2014 AIChE Food, Pharmaceutical and Bioengineering (FPBE) Division Award will be presented to Distinguished Professor Kristi Anseth this coming Novemb

Will Medlin

Associate Professor Will Medlin was recently named a Denver Business Challenge Endowed Professor.