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All the latest news from CBE faculty and student researchers.

2/15/18

University at Buffalo researcher Edward P. Furlani has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.

2/15/18

Goyal is an internationally recognized materials scientist, Empire Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, and director of the University at Buffalo’s RENEW Institute.

2/13/18

Johannes Hachmann has been awarded the NSF CAREER award for his project, entitled "Building an Advanced Cyberinfrastructure for the Data-Driven Design of Chemical Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space".

1/5/18

Membranes Boost Production of Green Hydrogen Fuel with CO2 Capture. PhD Graduate Lingxiang Zhu publishes in Energy and Environmental Journal

2/25/17

Andreadis was honored for his contributions to fields of stem cells, molecular bioengineering, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

4/13/17

A team led by a UB doctoral student took first place in UB’s Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition for a technology that generates hydrogen gas from water.

3/15/17

UB study yields neural crest cells from adult skin cells, and could lead to new treatments for Parkinson’s and other brain illnesses.

3/14/17

Representatives from UB and Buffalo Manufacturing Works will speak Thursday in downtown Buffalo.

2/3/17

Researchers will tackle urban infrastructure and groundwater, air pollution, green infrastructure and stormwater management, and development of lower-cost solar cells.

1/12/17

With the help of UB researchers, the company has created what's believed to be the first liquid metal 3-D printer for manufacturing.

1/10/17

The awards will support projects designed to boost economic development in Western New York.

1/26/17

New vehicle engines are more efficient, and engine exhaust temperatures are lower. Innovative catalysts are needed to control the engine pollutants