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May 29, 2020

Why I paused my Ph.D. research to work as an industry intern

ChE PhD student Tess Torregrosa wrote an editorial in Science Magazine on “Why I paused my Ph.D. research to work as an industry intern“, Tess was co-advised by Assistant Professors Ryan Koppes and Abigail Koppes.

Chemical Engineering

Jan 15, 2020

Watch scientists use electricity to herd skin cells, like sheep

ChE Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes’ research on bioelectricity and cell migration was featured in Science Magazine article “Watch scientists use electricity to herd skin cells, like sheep.”

Chemical Engineering

Jan 09, 2020

Ed Goluch, “Diagnosis in Minutes”

ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch was featured in the Angel Invest Boston podcast “Diagnosis in Minutes“.

Chemical Engineering

Sep 13, 2019

Abby Koppes Featured as a Segment on an NPR WHYY The Pulse Episode

Chemical Engineering Assistant Professor Abby Koppes was featured as a segment on an NPR WHYY The Pulse Episode to discuss her research platform “guts on a chip.”

Chemical Engineering

Jan 03, 2019

Gut Health and Functional Foods Top Charts of 2019 Food Trends

ChE Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes was featured in the Forbes article "Gut Health and Functional Foods Top Charts of 2019 Food Trends".

Chemical Engineering

Nov 20, 2018

Student Raised on Nepali Farm Sets Sights on NASA

Chemical Engineering student Shiv Kumar Thakur, E’22, was featured in the Huntington News article “Student raised on Nepali farm sets sights on NASA”.

Chemical Engineering

Oct 17, 2018

Through the Looking Glass of Single Cell Proteomics

Research from BioE Assistant Professor Nikolai Slavov’s lab was featured in Technology Network’s article “Through the Looking Glass of Single Cell Proteomics“

Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering

Jun 13, 2018

How a 50-year-old NASA invention could change the way we fight cancer

ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was featured in The Verge's ferrofluid video "How a 50-year-old NASA invention could change the way we fight cancer".

Chemical Engineering