Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

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Chemical Engineering Researcher Makes Device Fabrication Easier, Thanks to NSF Grant

Gila Stein received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

DOE Spotlights ChBE Professor on Office of Science Homepage

Megan Robertson has been featured as a Neutron Science User for her research with polymer micelles...

Harold Talks Catalytic Conversion with The EnergyMakers Show

Harold explains his research with catalytic convertors, which take toxic gasses produced during fuel burns and converts them to benign gasses...

Professor Publishes Definitive Evidence on Zeolite Growth in Science Magazine

Jeff Rimer published an article in Science Magazine that outlines an in situ method for visualizing the growth of zeolites through the use of instrumentation...

UH Chemical Engineering Faculty Wins DOE Early Career Award

Researchers across the world are looking into various sources of sustainable feedstock for energy and chemicals production...

Chem-E-Car Team Takes 2nd at Regionals

The UH Chem-E-Car Team is well on its way to creating a tradition of supremacy in the Cullen College of Engineering...

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Christopher Lovero

Christopher Lovero will graduate this semester with a degree in chemical engineering, ending a rich academic experience at the University of...

Recent Faculty Publications

Kisley, L, JX Chen, AP Mansur, B Shuang, K Kourentzi, MV Poongavanam, WH Chen, S Dhamane, RC Willson, and CF Landes, Unified superresolution experiments and stochastic theory provide mechanistic insight into protein ion-exchange adsorptive separations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111(6): p. 2075-2080 , 2014

Neal R. Amundson Endowed Chair of Chemical Engineering

In honor of an engineer, an educator, a colleague and a friend, the UH Cullen College of Engineering would like to establish an endowed chair named after the late Dr. Neal R. Amundson, Cullen Professor Emeritus of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and professor of mathematics at UH. Find out more