Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Chemical and Biomolecular engineers are solving some of the world’s most pressing problems.
How can we make more efficient solar cells? Can a protein be engineered in order to better fight cancer? Is it possible to manufacture synthetic fabric without fossil fuels? How do we use nanotechnology to detect and fight cancer? How do we manufacture materials and chemicals sustainably and without contributing to climate change? Can nanotechnology be used to prevent disease?
Researchers in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering are exploring all that and more. If you are interested in working at the molecular level to address issues at the global level, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering might be the course of study for you.