Chemical & Biological Engineering


Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Colorado School of Mines are applying a new technique to identify defects in silicon solar cells that
An experiment investigating the dynamics of colloidal chain systems, from a team at Colorado School of Mines, blasted off this summer to spend some time at the International Space Station. Launched in
A new $15 million interdisciplinary research institute led by Colorado School of Mines aims to create new theoretically grounded and experimentally validated approaches and tools to design and discover dynamical materials and structures while solving long-standing scientific challenges in the dynamical response of materials.
“Our goal is to be the premier institution on research and education on CCUS,” said John Bradford, vice president of global initiatives. “We have the ties with industry, and we have a solution-focused mindset at Mines.”
Contact lenses that can selectively deliver therapeutic drugs, a “spoof proof” smart car key, and carbon-storing concrete are among the recipients of 2021 Proof of Concept Awards from the Mines Office
Nanette Boyle will join the research group of Harro Bouwmeester, chair of plant hormone biology at the Swammerdam Institute of Life Sciences, and teach a course on systems biology during the Spring 2022 semester.
Kevin Cash, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been selected as a fellow for Scialog: Advancing Bioimaging, a new initiative from Research
Carolyn Ann Koh, William K. Coors Distinguished Chair and professor of chemical and biological engineering, has been honored with two prestigious international awards: The Institution of Chemical
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I chose to come to Mines because I enjoyed math and science and I knew it had a really good reputation. All of my
"We started this company with a focus on resolving diabetic foot ulcers, which pose serious health and financial burdens to those affected, but also believe the unique properties of our hydrogels may have broader applicability in wound healing," said Melissa Krebs, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering.