Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering News
November 16, 2017
- The Emerging Innovator of the Year award went to Yuguo Lei, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, for invention of novel devices for cell manufacturing that can be used for personalized medicine.
November 13, 2017
- The University of Nebraska-Lincoln was honored with a gold medal at the International Genetic Machine (iGEM) Foundation Giant Jamboree, an international conference and competition which ran Nov. 9-13 in Boston, Massachusetts.
October 27, 2017
- Lindsey Jarema, a student in chemical and biomolecular engineering, was a driving force in organizing the UNL chapter of oSTEM to help empower LGBTQ students to succeed in academic and professional STEM careers.
July 26, 2017
- A partnership between the the university's Mid-American Transportation Center and the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs creates an academy that gives Native American youth a look into the possibilities of STEM majors.
July 18, 2017
- Thirty ethanol workers from Nebraska and across the US learned to minimize risks and dangers of working with the fuel during the Process Safety Boot Camp in Kearney.
July 06, 2017
- Yuguo Lei, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, will teach children and families about regenerative medicine during Sunday with a Scientist on July 16.
April 19, 2017
- As part of a senior design capstone project, a team of chemical and biomolecular engineering is working with NPPD to find ways to turn a plentiful supply of cow manure into usable biogas that could also be used to power an electrical plant.
April 03, 2017
- A team of Nebraska Engineering students took first place and a $200 prize in the annual Chem-E-Car competition at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Mid-America Student Regional Conference.
March 29, 2017
- By engineering an on/off switch into a weakened form of HIV, a team of Nebraska researchers have enhanced the safety and effectiveness of a potential vaccine for the virus that has killed approximately 35 million people over the last third of a century.
March 03, 2017
- Nebraska engineers developed a prototype system that could reduce improve the growing patient-derived cells, which could increase potential of treatments for debilitating conditions like Alzheimer’s Disease and diabetes.