Virtual Graduate Seminar Series - Hosted by Northeastern University

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AIChE and Northeastern University Department of Chemical Engineering have collaborated to deliver graduate level webinars for everyone. This series presents research from various distinguished guest lecturers from other universities. This series is in progress.

3D Printing End-Functionalized Polymer Conjugates to ...

Archived Webinar
Feb 17, 2021
Biodegradable polymer scaffolds for tissue engineering can be functionalized with specific chemistries to direct desired cellular behavior and matrix formation. These scaffolds are typically modified...

A Multi-Scale Approach to Plant Specialized Metabolic ...

Archived Webinar
Feb 24, 2021
Our research is focused on cellular engineering and design of bioprocesses using plant-based systems. Plants produce sophisticated small molecules that play key roles in defense against predators and...

Active Colloidal Fluids: A New Paradigm in Self- Assembly

Archived Webinar
Mar 17, 2021
Flocks of birds and schools of fish are familiar examples of emergent collective behavior, where interactions between self-propelled (active) individuals lead to coherent motion on a scale much...

Tools for Analyzing and Repairing Biological Systems

Archived Webinar
Apr 9, 2021
Understanding and repairing complex biological systems, such as the brain, requires technologies for systematically observing and controlling these systems. We are discovering new molecular...

Engineered Autonomous Control of Metabolic Pathways

Archived Webinar
Apr 7, 2021
Microbial systems offer the opportunity to produce a wide variety of chemical compounds in a sustainable fashion. Economical production, however, requires processes that operate with high titer,...

Colloidal Crystals and Entropic Bonding

Archived Webinar
Mar 10, 2021
Entropy is typically associated with disorder; yet, the counterintuitive notion that particles with no interactions other than excluded volume might self-assemble from a fluid phase into an ordered...