October 13, 2014
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?
October 13, 2014
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. Tyler Gleditsch (Shell), Jay Westcott (ExxonMobil), Erica Duffy (Dow Chemical), Kelly Anderson (ConocoPhillips) and Julie Surfus (Dow Chemical) all graduated in 2013 and periodically meet to catch up, compare work experiences and watch CU football games.
October 8, 2014
After leaving CU, chemical and chemical & biological engineering students embark on a wide variety of career paths. By contacting students and using LinkedIn, we followed the undergraduate and graduate students who graduated during the 2013-14 CU fiscal year (summer 2013, fall 2013 and spring 2014).
October 7, 2014
During his 31 years at CU-Boulder, Dean Robert H. Davis has worn many hats. As a professor in the Chemical Engineering Department specializing in fluid mechanics, he was a staple teacher of the transport phenomenon and analytical methods classes. He served multiple terms as the ChBE department chair and, in 2002, became Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
October 6, 2014
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."
October 2, 2014
Justin Lee (MS ChemBio '03) has making spirits down to a science - literally. He and business partner Seth Johnson (MS Phys '06), both CU alumni, are the brains behind J&L Distilling, a small-batch distillery in Boulder that celebrates the intersection of art and science in the craft of distillation.
September 17, 2014
Nanostructured oxide semiconductors are used in a variety of photovoltaic, light emitting diode (LED) and photoelectrochemical water-splitting devices. Unfortunately, while these semiconductors have attractive optical, electronic and catalytic properties, their poor charge conduction decreases device efficiency and makes them unsuitable for some applications. Conversely, metals are good conductors, yet their electronic and optical properties are not suitable in many devices.
September 11, 2014
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. ChBE is the only undergraduate chemical engineering program in the Mountain Time Zone to make the list.