Adam Holewinski

Holewinski wins Scialog Award for negative emissions project

Jan. 24, 2022

Eight cross-disciplinary teams working to advance fundamental science in the removal of greenhouse gases from Earth’s atmosphere and oceans will receive awards totaling $1,210,000 in the second year of the Scialog: Negative Emissions Science initiative, sponsored by Research Corporation for Science Advancement and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, with additional support from the Climate Pathfinders Foundation. The 22 individual awards of $55,000 will go to 20 researchers from a variety of institutions in the United States and Canada. Among the awardees is Adam Holewinski, Chemical & Biological Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder.

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Patten Seminar Series Announcement: Dionisios Vlachos

Jan. 14, 2022

Climate change demands a paradigm change in the chemical industry and waste stream valorization.

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Patten Seminar Series Announcement: Enrique Gomez

Jan. 14, 2022

Reverse osmosis modules comprised of composite polymer membranes represent a leading technology in desalination and purification of brackish water.

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Patten Seminar Series Announcement: Christian Pester

Jan. 14, 2022

The covalent attachment of polymers has emerged as a powerful strategy for the preparation of multi-functional surfaces.

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Patten Seminar Series Announcement: Gregory Odegard

Jan. 14, 2022

Current state-of-the-art composite materials are not light/strong enough for crewed missions to Mars and beyond.

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Patten Seminar Series Announcement: Martin Z. Bazant

Jan. 5, 2022

Traditional methods of scientific inquiry and engineering design begin with human intelligence: Mathematical models encoding physical hypotheses are proposed, tested against experimental data and refined by fitting adjustable parameters.

Will Medlin on balcony overlooking Boulder

Letter from the Chair: Fall 2021

Dec. 15, 2021

We had a good fall semester. That seems like a simple statement, but it means a lot, considering the events of the past year and a half. It is worth remarking upon as CU Boulder returned to full-time, on-campus operations.

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Thankful for our community: Giving Tuesday a success for ChBE

Dec. 10, 2021

Alumni and friends of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering generously made contributions to the department excellence fund in honor of Giving Tuesday. Nineteen donors provided $3,018 during the giving period, which ran throughout the latter half of November.

Haichao Wu and Dan Schwartz at Wu's dissertation defense

Wu receives CEAS Outstanding Dissertation Award

Dec. 8, 2021

Haichao Wu of the Dan Schwartz Group is the winner of the College of Engineering and Applied Science’s 2021 Outstanding Dissertation Award for “Nanoparticle Tracking to Probe Transport in Porous Media.” This award is a recognition of the quality and excellence of Wu’s research as well as his presentation of the dissertation.

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National Academy of Inventors honors Noble, Randolph

Dec. 7, 2021

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) today announced that CU Boulder researchers Richard D. Noble and Theodore Randolph have been named 2021 Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.