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Sep 21, 2017

Festival of Genomics highlights research from the Slavov Laboratory

Festival of Genomics interviewed BioE Assistant Professor Nikolai Slavov to find out about the origins and the future of a new method for quantifying thousands of proteins in single human cancer and stem cells that his laboratory developed: What are you working on right now? In terms of technology development, we are evolving our approach to Single Cell ProtEomics […]

Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering

Jul 31, 2017

Slug Slime Inspires Scientists To Invent Sticky Surgical Glue

ChE Assistant Professor Nasim Annabi was interviewed by NPR's KUER 90.1 in their article "Slug Slime Inspires Scientists To Invent Sticky Surgical Glue".

Chemical Engineering

Jul 17, 2017

Bacteria-Coated Nanofiber Electrodes Digest Pollutants

ChE PhD student Meryem Pehlivaner, '18, was featured in R&D's article "Bacteria-Coated Nanofiber Electrodes Digest Pollutants" about the research she is doing in Assistant Professor Adam Ekensair's lab.

Chemical Engineering

Jun 08, 2017

Belmont Resident Delivered Keynote Speech at the Interdisciplinary Plant Science Symposium

ChE/COS Associate Professor Carolyn W.T. Lee-Parsons was featured in the Belmont Patch after giving the Keynote Speech at the Interdisciplinary Plant Science Symposium.

Chemical Engineering

May 24, 2017

Tom Webster on National Geographic, Episode 2

ChE Chair Tom Webster, speaking about his nanotechnology research, was featured in Episode 2 of Year Million, a National Geographic television series on what life is going to be like for humans one million years in the future. What was once conceived as science fiction is now anchored in reality. YEAR MILLION, a new six-part […]

Chemical Engineering

Dec 08, 2016

Preventing Bacterial Growth in Pipes

ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was featured in the Boston Herald’s article “Kalter: A bumpy road ahead for deadly bacteria?” and will be presenting his work at the Hidden Infrastructure Symposium.

Chemical Engineering

Sep 22, 2016

Using Nanoparticles instead of Antibiotics to fight infection

PhD bioengineering student Ben Geilich was featured in the Boston Herald's article on "Nano-meds could replace antibiotics" for his research into using nanoparticles to fight infection.

Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering

May 12, 2016

ChE Prof & Chair Thomas Webster’s Research in Preventing Hospital Infections Featured in The Scientist

ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was featured in The Scientist for his article on "Nanoscale Defenses".

Chemical Engineering