The award recognizes Chen for advancing the frontiers of understanding and applications of carbide and bimetallic materials in catalysis and electrocatalysis.
Low-cost catalyst is a major breakthrough, opening up possibility of producing fuel for naval ships at scale from seawater.
Antibacterial-resistant microbes can leave behind genetic matter that enables resistance in other bacteria, but a novel technique efficiently destroys it with nanomaterial and ultraviolet light.
A new and inexpensive catalyst makes it possible to generate hydrogen through water splitting, providing an effective means of storage for renewable energy.
Chemical engineers have found an alternative to palladium catalysts in their work to remove agricultural runoff from water.
This month, an up-close look at process intensification, plus an intro to dividing-wall columns, a look at catalyst replacement economics, and more.
Determine the best catalyst replacement interval for fixed-bed reactors, boost fan performance and efficiency, meet the Caltech 6, and much more.
Dr. Arnold's research has produced methods now routinely used to create new catalysts. Her work has led to new enzymes for pharmaceuticals, sustainable biofuels, and other environmentally friendly products.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Vicky Lange, a postdoctoral research associate at University College London, shares her predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
James revisits his 2008 predictions and looks at the next 25 years, with an eye on how chemical and biological engineers will play a role in solving the world's greatest challenges.
A new catalyst that is eight times as fast as current technology could change the world of fuel cells.
By targeting surfaces people touch frequently throughout the day, this self-cleaning material kills microbes to stop the spread of disease.
As efficient as current platinum-based catalysts, the nanostructured composite material sidesteps costly platinum.
Researchers have devised a single-atom alloy catalyst that requires significantly less energy to turn shale-gas methane into hydrocarbon fuels.
Engineers have discovered a catalyst that could prove useful in purifying water polluted with nitrates from agricultural runoff and other sources.
The discovery could improve catalysts for selective hydrogenation reactions that are vital to the production of plastics and fuels.
A discovery that improves on a commonly used catalytic reaction used to break down methane could lead to significant energy savings and pollution reduction.
Learn about the innovative work that Nicholas is doing in the area of catalysis at Northwestern University.
Chemical engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have used a combination of advanced computation methods to create a more complete picture of the complex catalytic chemistry in fuel cells.
This month, we sat down with Linda Broadbelt, Chair of Catalysis and Reaction Engineering (CRE) Division to discuss opportunities for Young Professionals.
A more environmentally friendly recycling method for polyethylene not only eliminates waste but also provides liquid fuel.
Learn about the innovative work that Mahmoud, who trained as a chemical engineer, is doing in biological engineering.