Department News

Keep up to date with the latest Chemical and Biological Engineering news.

10/30/17
A story on CBC Radio interviews Blaine Pfeifer, professor of chemical and biological engineering, about a new pneumonia vaccine under development that could prevent 72 forms of the disease as well as anticipate future versions of the bacteria responsible for pneumonia.
10/30/17
A story on WBFO-FM reports on a device being developed by Edward Furlani, professor of electrical engineering and chemical and biological engineering, that uses light to kill germs on the outside of cell phones and other small electronic devices.
10/25/17
An article in New Atlas, reports on a new vaccine being developed at UB that not only targets 72 forms of S. pneumoniae but can anticipate future versions of the disease, and quotes Blaine Pfeifer, professor of chemical and biological engineering.
10/23/17
A UPI article reports a new vaccine being developed at UB not only targets 72 forms of S. pneumoniae but can anticipate future versions of the disease, and quotes Blaine Pfeifer, professor of chemical and biological engineering.
10/24/17
An article on Futurity reports a new vaccine being developed at UB not only targets 72 forms of S. pneumoniae but can anticipate future versions of the disease, and quotes Blaine Pfeifer, professor of chemical and biological engineering.
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.

10/18/17
Lightning talks, a networking reception and panel discussions with industry leaders, including a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, highlighted the Fourth Annual Career Perspectives and Networking Conference.
2/3/17

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