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

An article on Gasworld reports UB researchers have received $1.8 million in funding to develop membranes that can separate CO2 from other gases, a technology that has the potential to be installed by factories and power plants to cut down the amount of released carbon, and quotes Haiqing Lin, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering.

Membranes that separate carbon dioxide from other emissions could help slow the pace of climate change.

Ashutosh Sharma, secretary for the government of India’s Department of Science and Technology and professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK), will receive a SUNY Honorary Doctorate in science at this year’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences graduate commencement ceremony.
Later this week, over 1,300 School of Engineering and Applied Sciences graduates will sit in anticipation, on the cusp of crossing from student life to adulthood, academia to careers, knowledge to application. While they all share the hope and sadness and pride of the moment, each student arrives with their own unique story of how they got there.

The award is one of the most competitive and respected scientific fellowships in the U.S.


Hailie Suk, Matthew Falzone and Meghan Capeling, all from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, are among the four UB students/recent alums to win the National Science Foundation’s prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship awards.

Students in computational research groups at UB (and those interested in them) had the opportunity to learn about their job prospects after graduation from a panel of distinguished experts at the annual Symposium on Job and Career Perspectives for Students in the Computational Sciences.

Chemical and biological PhD student and Panasci TEC winner Ogechi Ogoke received first place in the school's annual graduate student poster competition.