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Cong Trinh’s lab developed novel microbial cell factories capable of producing lactate esters from fermentable sugars. This finding opens new […]


Cong Trinh’s research team developed a Modular Cell (ModCell) design computational tool that helps guide rapid generation of novel microbial […]


Cong Trinh and his research team discovered exceptional solvent tolerance in Yarrowia lipolytica is enhanced by sterols. This finding enables […]


Two CBE faculty members were honored at the Tickle College of Engineering’s 2019 Faculty and Staff Awards dinner, held April […]


Cong Trinh, CBE associate professor and the Ferguson Faculty Fellow in Chemical Engineering, was profiled as part of UT’s Faculty Appreciation Week.


News regarding several of UT’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering faculty members.


Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh’s research combines a wide range of math, science, and computing with the goal to reduce lag times in identifying and responding to diseases.


Ferguson Fellow and Associate Professor Cong Trinh is developing a method to improve the time involved in both identification and removal of pathogens through the concept of a Virulent Pathogen Resistance program, or ViPaRe.


Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh received the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) Young Faculty Award for 2017 for his research ViPaRe.


Cong Trinh was selected as the recipient of the 2017 American Society for Engineering Educators Southeast New Researcher Award.