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May 24, 2023

A First Step to Designing Better Solid-State Batteries

ChE DiPietro Assistant Professor Joshua Gallaway was featured in the EurekAlert article “A first step to designing better solid-state batteries.”

Chemical Engineering

Mansoor Amiji

Dec 27, 2022

Everything to Know About the Common Cold and How to Treat Symptoms

“Our study is really focused on prevention, that initial exposure and how to enhance your defenses,” said lead author Mansoor Amiji, professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Northeastern University. (Featured in USA Today)

Chemical Engineering

Aug 26, 2022

Moderna Sues Pfizer and BioNTech over COVID Vaccine Patents

“We’re seeing a lot of lawsuits related to mRNA vaccines right now, so I wasn’t surprised about this particular lawsuit,” said Mansoor Amiji, a professor of pharmaceutical sciences and chemical engineering at Northeastern University. (Featured in The Boston Globe)

Chemical Engineering

Apr 20, 2021

Can biomaterials offer novel therapeutic strategies against COVID-19?

Thibault Colombani (ChE Postdoc), Zachary Rogers (ChE PhD’23), Loek Eggermont (ChE Postdoc), and ChE Assistant Professor Sidi A. Bencherif’s paper on “Harnessing biomaterials for therapeutic strategies against COVID-19” in Emergent Materials was featured in the News Medical article “Can biomaterials offer novel therapeutic strategies against COVID-19?”

Chemical Engineering

Feb 01, 2021

1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America

ChE Assistant Professor Andrew Jones, Professor Debra Auguste, Assistant Professor Eno Ebong, and Solomon Mensah (former PhD student of Eno Ebong) were featured in Cell Mentor’s article of “1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America.”

Chemical Engineering

Sep 08, 2020

Tom Webster Presents International Journal of Nanomedicine Distinguished Scientist Award to Ravi Kumar

ChE Professor Tom Webster will present Professor Ravi Kumar (Texas A&M) with the International Journal of Nanomedicine  Distinguished Scientist Award during a free webinar on Thursday, Sept. 10th, 12 – 1 pm USA EST.  The title of Prof. Kumar’s award lecture will be: The Next Generation of Oral Drug Delivery Technologies and the webinar is […]

Chemical Engineering

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