Gila Stein and Michael Kilby seek to develop techniques or treatments that prevent marine fouling without causing damage to nearby marine life.
Effects of Trace Water on Self-Assembly of Sulfonated Block Copolymers During Solution Processing
Self-assembling multiblock copolymers with a partially sulfonated midblock show promise as membranes in proton-exchange fuel cells, flow batteries and water […]
Lab Partners: Eastman, UT Share History of Success
The partnership between CBE and Eastman Chemical Co. over the past decade has positively impacted faculty, students, and spaces on campus.
CBE Celebrates Faculty Promotions & Tenure for 2020
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering celebrates the promotions and tenure of Gila Stein and Steven Abel.
Crystallization Modes of Poly(3-dodecylthiophene)-Based Block Copolymers Depend on Regioregularity and Morphology
Gila Stein’s lab works with self-assembling block copolymers that contain ionic or semiconductive segments. These materials combine the mechanical properties of […]
Little Things Matter
Prados Professor Gila Stein’s research seeks to understand how properties of thin polymer films control the progression of chemical reactions to predict how new materials will perform.