A new summer undergraduate research experience at UMass Amherst will give ten undergraduate students training in how to create advanced materials and how to use these materials to tackle crucial challenges in biology.
What if doctors could use a delivery system that acts in the manner of a Trojan Horse, which can travel directly into cancer cells, release cancer-killing drugs, and thereby treat currently untreatable cancers?
Friederike Jentoft (ChE) has been named a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), the highest grade of membership in the organization.
Chul Park and Mariana Lopes of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and Ashish Kulkarni of the Chemical Engineering Department were three of the six UMass Amherst researchers who recently received Manning/IALS Innovation Awards of up to $100,000.
Nianqiang Wu, the Armstrong-Siadat Endowed Professor in Materials Science and Engineering (ChE), is one of 11 researchers at UMass Amherst recognized for being among the world’s most highly cited researchers in 2021.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) recently recognized three undergraduate students from the Chemical Engineering Department for their academic accomplishments and involvement in the field.
Sarah Perry, associate professor in the Chemical Engineering Department, is part of a multi-institutional team that has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant totaling $1.8 million for a project that could improve the stability of future vaccines.
Professor Shelly Peyton, the Armstrong Professional Development Professor in the Chemical Engineering (ChE) Department and an adjunct professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department, has been named a Fellow in the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES). In 2019, Peyton was also elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows.
Alumna Christine Barner Seymour, who will deliver the 2021 Shirley and Ting-Wei Tang Lecture in a virtual Webinar on October 20 for the College of Engineering, was recently included in a prestigious Marquis Who's Who biographical volume, recognizing her for excellence in chemical engineering. Seymour, who earned her doctorate from the UMass Chemical Engineering Department in 1995, has also been honored by the College of Engineering with its 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award. Seymour is the director of Regulatory Chemistry and Manufacturing Controls at Pfizer Inc.
Ph.D. student Rushabh Shah of the Chemical Engineering (ChE) Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has been awarded a one-year, $11,750 fellowship from the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and the Bureau of Reclamation to study a pioneering approach to improve the performance of ultrafiltration membranes.