Research

Jul 19, 2022

CBE Howls: Summer 2022

The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering launched a newsletter called CBE Howls. The summer 2022 edition contains faculty and student highlights, new videos showcasing the Velev Lab and the Alumni-Mentoring Program, and links to CBE’s new social media accounts. […]

Jul 13, 2022

New Engineering Lab to Improve Viral Vector Processes and Technologies

A new engineering lab on Centennial Campus will refine the manufacturing processes of viral vectors to be faster, less expensive and scalable. Viral vectors are viruses that have been modified to deliver genetic material into cells for treatment or research. […]

Jun 16, 2022

Open Eyes, Open Mind

This story was written by Justin Hammond and published by DASA. The University Honors Program (UHP) interviews Katie Traynelis about her research on epigenetic modifications. UHP: What sparked your interest in your specific line of research? KT: I’ve always been fascinated by […]

May 30, 2022  |  Research

New Tech Aims to Drive Down Costs of Hydrogen Fuel

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Professor Milad Abolhasani and his colleagues have developed a new technique for extracting hydrogen gas from carrier liquids which is faster, less expensive […]

May 4, 2022

Stem Cell-Derived Model Offers Insights on Gene Activity and Addiction

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Researchers at North Carolina State University have demonstrated that neuron-like cells derived from human stem cells can serve as a model for studying changes […]

May 4, 2022

Researchers Devise Cheaper, Faster Way to Continuously Produce Amines

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a faster, less expensive technique for producing hindered amines – a class of chemicals used as […]