Chemical & Biological Engineering


Colorado School of Mines is proud to announce the winners of the 2019-2020 Faculty Awards for teaching and research excellence. The annual awards celebration, where the Office of Academic Affairs
Diego Gomez-Gualdron, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering, contributed with computational modeling to the Northwestern University-led project
Atomically thin particles – described that way because they are typically only 1-3 atoms thick – are of interest to scientists because of the unique properties that such small thickness creates.
The Center for Underground at Colorado School of Mines recently was awarded a major contract from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to design and demonstrate rapid tunneling
Melissa Krebs, associate professor in chemical and biological engineering, explains how hydrogel bandages can improve the healing time in diabetic wounds.
“Current products on the market for diabetic foot ulcers are not meeting the clinical need," Chemical & Biological Engineering Associate Professor Melissa Krebs said.
The assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering is developing an optical sensing platform – with nanosensors small enough to fit in the spaces between bacteria.
As medical care becomes more personalized, Mines researchers are forging ahead in the field by developing nano-sized biotechnology that was once the stuff of science fiction.
Eleven students and one faculty member spent five weeks in Paris this summer for an introductory course on engineering thermodynamics, part of efforts by the Office of International Programs to expand
The annual gathering included workshops, research poster and paper competitions, a Jeopardy-style quiz show and the Chem-E-Car competition, which challenges teams to use chemical reactions to power a