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New Self-Assembling Protein Hydrogels May Hold Many Applications for Biomedicine

Potential Extends to Tissue Engineering and Gene Therapy BROOKLYN, New York – Delivering medications safely and accurately is of great interest to researchers and, of course, to people who need them. So is restoring function to damaged body...

PowerBridgeNY Powers On

PowerBridgeNY, a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)-sponsored proof-of-concept center established in 2013, leverages clean energy innovations that originate in university research labs to create new energy businesses...

Materials “Sandwich” Breaks Barrier For Solar Cell Efficiency

BROOKLYN, New York – Solar cells have great potential as a source of clean electrical energy, but so far they have not been cheap, light, and flexible enough for widespread use. Now a team of researchers led by Tandon Associate Professor ...

Latest Faculty-to-Faculty Event Highlighted Research On Making World Healthier and More Sustainable

The Faculty-to-Faculty events at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are aimed at providing the school’s professors with a chance to speak to their colleagues about their latest research and advances in their respective scientific and...

NYU Tandon Gains an Exciting Group of New Faculty Members

The NYU Tandon School of Engineering is constantly evolving and growing, and our new faculty members are an important part of that process. Find out more about them and how they're helping us harness the power of science and technology to...

NYU Tandon’s “Faculty-Engineers in Residence” Program Is Thriving

There are several advantages to being a tenant company in NYU Tandon’s network of Future Labs: office space in the heart of a fast-growing tech hub, access to an exceptionally talented and motivated pool of interns, introductions to new...

Lights, Camera, Bakelite!

If you don’t think of chemistry as an exciting enough topic for a movie, you probably don’t know much about the life and work of Leo Baekeland, the Belgium-born scientist who produced Bakelite — the very first thermoset plastic...

Honoring Rudolph Marcus, a Nobel-Winning Professor

When Rudolph Marcus was called upon to pen an autobiographical statement after winning the 1992 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, he described a fortuitous encounter at a 1951 American Chemical Society meeting with Dean Raymond Kirk of what was then known...

Tandon Researcher Engineering Antidotes to Chemical Weapons

Chemical weapons and other toxic agents including pesticides pose a serious health threat worldwide, whether they are deliberately released or emitted by accident from industrial chemical operations during processing, shipping, or storage. Jin...

NYU Tandon Sustainable Energy Researcher Named a Top Young Latin American Innovator by MIT Technology Review

BROOKLYN, New York—Miguel Modestino, an assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, has been named among the MIT Technology Review, Spanish edition “Innovators Under 35.”...