• Carolina Catarino, a 3rd year Ph.D. student, has been selected as one of the winners of the Young Researchers - America Lush Prize for her work on “Animal-free approaches for engineering physiologically relevant humanized skin models using 3D bioprinting technology”.

  • Tania Baltazar, a 4th year Ph.D. student under the supervison of Dr. Pankaj Karande, has received the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative MEdicine Young Investigator Award for her work on developing the first 3D bioprinted in vitro model of vascularized human skin.

  • The Department of Chemical and Biological Engieering has teamed with the Art Department to create artistic, digital images that capture the essence of Chemical Engineering. Students from Kathleen Ruiz's Intermediate Digital Imaging course have created three unique canvases that will "come alive" to tell you a story.

  • Jane is a rising senior chemical engineering and economics dual major. She participates in electrochemical research with Professor Dinolfo at RPI and conducted research at UC Berkeley through the Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science last summer. This summer, Jane is looking forward to an internship with Sandia National Labs in Livermore, CA, working on hydrogen fuel cell research. She is also on the RPI varsity field hockey team and is a member of Engineering Ambassadors, through which she conducts engineering outreach education to local high school and middle school students.

  • Congratulations everyone! The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering has been named the most published department from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in March, 2017 with 10 new publications! Of our published works as a whole, Pete Wayner, Professor Emeritus, is the most read author from our Department with 91 new reads as of April 23, 2017. Congratulations, Pete!



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