Thad Sauvain

Thad Sauvain: 2024 Alumni Engagement Medal Award recipient

Feb. 19, 2024

Sanjeev G. Redkar

Sanjeev G. Redkar: 2024 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award recipient

Feb. 19, 2024

The Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards (DEAA) honor graduates and friends who have distinguished themselves through outstanding personal qualities, knowledge and significant contributions to their fields.

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VitriVax, spinoff of Ted Randolph's lab, receives Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $5 million grant

Feb. 1, 2024

The grant will help the company to further develop its proprietary single shot, thermostabilization vaccine technology, called Atomic Layering Thermostable Antigen and Adjuvant, or ALTA, and begin the development of pilot-scale manufacturing capacity, the company said in a press statement.

Arkava Ganguly on balcony on CU Boulder campus.

PhD student wins prestigious Teets fellowship

Jan. 9, 2024

Arkava Ganguly , a third-year PhD student in the Gupta research group, also known as the Laboratory of Interface, Flow and Electrokinetics (LIFE), has been honored with the prestigious 2024 Teets Family Endowed Doctoral Fellowship. This highly sought-after fellowship, providing $15,000 over a two-year period, is intended to support students...

William B. Krantz

An inspiring story: Professor Emeritus William B. Krantz

Jan. 8, 2024

Professor Emeritus William B. Krantz has dedicated his life to education and mentoring young students into careers they love.

Gesse Roure outside with some trees and snow behind him

Gesse Roure — Outstanding Dissertation Award

Dec. 6, 2023

Gesse Roure (PhD ChemEngr'23) received the CEAS Oustanding Dissertation Award; his research explores tiny-scale flows, with applications in waste treatment, mineral recovery, medical diagnostics and targeted drug delivery.

Ashish Srivastava and Katayoun Jamei

Chemical and biological engineering graduates take home top college awards

Dec. 5, 2023

Ashish Srivastava and Katayoun Jamei received top fall 2023 honors from the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

Nicole Day presents her research to high school students

Reverse Science Fair puts CU Boulder grad students to the test

Nov. 28, 2023

Under his NSF Career Award, Assistant Professor Wyatt Shields developed a "reverse science fair" in partnership with CU Science Discovery. Graduate students presented their research, and high school students served as the judges.

Anushree Chatterjee, right works with research assistant Grace Lynch in the Chatterjee Lab.

Scientists develop faster, cheaper way to count microbes, discover new antibiotics

Nov. 9, 2023

Chatterjee group researchers have devised a method for microorganism counting that is up to 36 times faster than traditional approaches. This innovation reduces plastic usage by over 15-fold, significantly lowers costs and decreases the carbon footprint in biomedical research.

A colorful fish with sharp patterns

How animals get their stripes and spots

Nov. 8, 2023

New research from the Laboratory of Interfaces, Flow, and Electrokinetics helps explain how sharp patterns form on zebras, leopards, tropical fish and other creatures. Their findings could inform the development of new high-tech materials and drugs.

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