Trinh’s DOE-Supported Research Could Bring Big Changes to Biofuels
Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh was awarded $1.1 million in funding from the US Department of Energy’s Office of Science for research aimed at producing the next generation of biofuels.
Ragauskas Among World’s Most Cited Researchers
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Biorefining Art Raguaskas was included on Clarivate’s 2021 list of highly cited researchers, identifying him as one of the top researchers in the field.
Joint Associate Professor Belinda Akpa is combining her love of mathematics and chemical engineering to improve medicines and medical treatments.
Going Big and Energetic at a Small Scale Earns Mukherjee DURIP
Research Assistant Professor Dibyendu Mukherjee has developed a new way of producing energetic nanomaterials and received a Defense University Research Instrumentation Program award.
Ragauskas Adapts Biomass Research to Keep Plastics from Going to Waste
UT–ORNL Governor’s Chair for Biorefining Art Ragauskas and team are investigating new methods for reclaiming and reusing plastic waste.
Associate Professor Joshua Sangoro and his team have made some of the first observations of a new, but previously theorized, form of matter that exists between liquid and solid.
CBE Announces 2021 Awards Winners
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering recognized several faculty, staff, students, and alumni with its annual awards.
ASEE Names Frymier Outstanding Campus Representative for 2021
Paul Frymier, associate dean for faculty affairs and engagement and CBE professor, was recognized as the 2021 Outstanding Campus Representative by the American Society for Engineering Education.
Faculty, Staff, and Students Recognized at Chancellor’s Banquet
Associate Professor Joshua Sangoro, Senior Advisor Kerri Cline, and several students were recognized at the 2021 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet.
Keeping an “Ion” Sangoro’s Research
Associate Professor Joshua Sangoro and doctoral student Matthew Harris made a discovery that may improve the understanding of the nature of liquid–liquid transitions.