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Professor Scott Fogler and 2019-2020 AIChE Officers

Chemical Engineering at 2019 AIChE Meeting

The student chapter and the chapter's advisor, H. Scott Fogler, received recognition at the 2019 AIChE Student Conference.|Short Read
Bryan R. Goldsmith, Dow Corning Assistant Professor

Bryan Goldsmith named Dow Corning Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering

This support will enable his research lab to explore promising ideas related to machine learning and catalysis.|Short Read
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Jeff Lievense (BSE ’76)

A recent inductee into the National Academy of Engineering, Jeff is an industrial biotechnology pioneer.|Medium Read
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Scott Fogler receives AIChE and ASEE awards

He received his AIChE Van Antwerpen Award at the Honors Ceremony at the AIChE Annual Meeting on November 10, 2019.|Short Read
3D render of molecular structures

Nanoparticle-based, bio-inspired catalyst could help make more efficient reactions affordable

Chemical processes usually give us both mirror image versions of a molecule when we want only one.|Medium Read
Fibronectin network with cells.

Patient cancer cells reliably grow on new 3D scaffold, showing promise for precision medicine

While previous structures guessed at the environment that cells would want, the new design lets the cells build to their own specifications.|Medium Read
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ChE Alumni Merit Award Winner: Stephen P. Hart

Steve Hart, former Global Vice President of Supply, Trading and Transportation at ExxonMobil, is the recipient Michigan Chemical Engineering’s 2019 Alumni Merit Award.|Medium Read
A diagram of the crystal structure invented to test the new “inverse design” computer program.

‘Digital alchemy’ to reverse-engineer new materials

If you tell this computer program what crystal you need to build, it will design a particle that self-assembles into that crystal.|Medium Read
Rane Curl

In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Rane Curl

Professor Curl, Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering, died on May 12 2019.|Medium Read
Susan Montgomery

Susan Montgomery receives achievement award

She is cited for her dedication to mentoring students and improving the climate in the College.|Short Read
The wearable device measures roughly 2 x 2.75 x 1 inches, with the cancer-cell-capturing chip mounted on top. The catheter connecting to the patient runs through the hole in the top left corner. Illustration by Tae Hyun Kim, Nagrath Lab, University of Michigan.

Biopsy alternative: “Wearable” device captures cancer cells from blood

New device caught more than three times as many cancer cells as conventional blood draw samples.|Medium Read
Reggie Rogers

Reggie Rogers will be the keynote speaker at graduate recruiting breakfast

He will emphasize the importance of the students becoming well-rounded individuals as they try to balance school and their personal lives.|Medium Read