News Highlights

Kristi Anseth

Distinguished Professor Kristi Anseth was recently elected to the 3-year president line of the Materials Research Society (MRS) by its 16,000 global members.

Charles Musgrave

Professor Charles Musgrave received a three-year NSF grant for $533.4K for research titled “NSF/DOE Solar Hydrogen Fuel: Accelerated Discovery of Advanced RedOx Materi

Fall 2014 Newsletter

Keep up with the department through the fall 2014 ChBE Newsletter.

Ben Mousseau and algae system

Omega-3 oils are linked with reducing the risk of heart attacks, strokes and depression. But can production of these omega-3 oils also decrease CO2 emissions?

Alumni from the class of '13

With no lab reports or homework due, ChBE alumni can concentrate on assessing the fermenting and separation acumen of local brewers during get-togethers in the Houston area.

Dean Robert H. Davis

During his 31 years at CU-Boulder, Dean Robert H. Davis has worn many hats.

Fall 2014 Panel Talk

The Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering (ChBE) at CU will be hosting a fall panel discussion titled, "The Future Role of Chemical Engineers in Energy."

Justin Lee of J&L Distilling

Justin Lee (MS ChemBio '03) has making spirits down to a science - literally.

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