List of “Highly Cited Researchers” places Wu and Xia among global researchers “who have demonstrated exceptional influence through their published papers.”
The honor recognizes 35 outstanding AIChE members under the age of 35 who have made significant contributions to the field of chemical engineering and AIChE.
Govind Srimathveeravalli of MIE and Neil Forbes of ChE have received awards of up to $100,000 each to pursue translational research.
Research led by Neil Forbes, professor of chemical engineering, shows promising treatment with bacterial delivery system.
Chemical Engineering Professor Jeffrey M. Davis succumbs at the age of 46 after a heroic fight against cancer and a dazzling academic and teaching career.
CESL Selects ChE’s Anna Marie LaChance as Faculty Fellow to Enhance Her Course on Polymer Processing
LaChance will integrate climate-justice principles into STEM learning and involve students in local communities to educate them in socially sound plastics use.
His NSF project will create the precursors for two-dimensional materials applicable to plasmonics, solar cells, coatings, membranes, biosensors, and much more.
Yanfei Xu Receives National Science Foundation Award to Study Thermal-transport Properties in Electrically Conductive Polymers
Xu's project studies the fundamental thermal-transport properties in polymers, bridging fundamental research to practical applications in thermal management.
Chemical Engineering Researchers Create Textile That Imitates the “On-body Greenhouse Effect” of Polar Bear Fur
Researchers affiliated with the ChE department have invented a fabric that ends an 80-year quest to make a warm synthetic textile modeled on polar bear fur.
The prize-winners are launching startup companies with pioneering health technologies triggered by avant-garde research at UMass Amherst.