This month, understand how digital transformations are affecting plants and refineries, get an intro to blockchain technology, and more.
Molecular, Cellular, & Tissue Engineering
This short video provides teachers with a way to introduce school students to CRISPR-Cas9. Also see the accompanying downloadable lesson plan.
Sytems that interact with cell and tissue barriers in the body are being developed to improve therapeutic delivery and promote healing.
Learn how numerous fields are coming together in pursuit of regenerative engineering solutions, and understand the field's special challenges.
Suddenly, synthetic biology is being discussed a lot beyond the walls of academia and the pages of scientific journals. Today, it abounds in the mainstream press.
Students have a unique opportunity to hear from major leaders in the fast-growing and interdisciplinary world of regenerative engineering.
A conversation with editor-in-chief Matthew Realff looks at the role of chemical engineers in advanced manufacturing and processing, and at the expansion of this exciting area.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Julie Champion, associate professor at Georgia Tech, shares her predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
During AIChE’s centennial year of 2008, AIChE interviewed Dr. Gani about his vision for the future of chemical engineering.
This series looks at the future of chemical engineering, revisiting past predictions for the profession and pairing them with current predictions for the next 25 years.
This month, brush up on the essentials of continuous evaporation, learn new uses for hydrofoil impellers, enjoy the special section on translational medicine, and more.
Technique allows for the observation of how cells and molecules react in their natural environment, presenting possibilities for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications.
A host of innovations across a wide range of areas show potential for a brighter future. Read more about them here.
The RE Society Journal interviewed Cato T. Laurencin, M.D., Ph.D. to discuss the field of regenerative engineering.
We caught up with David Breslauer, PhD, of Bolt Threads. David is the chief scientific officer and co-founder of Bolt Threads, a young company that is working to create next-generati
Researchers at Spain's Carlos III University of Madrid unveiled a 3D bioprinter prototype that creates fully functional human skin.
This special issue focuses on smart and precision medications, presenting novel work aimed at a wide range of medical applications, from diabetes treatments, cancer therapy, tissue engineering, drug delivery, and more.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and its Society for Biological Engineering (SBE), in partnership with John Wiley and Sons, will launch a new quarterly, peer-reviewed, online, o
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have created linkages of polymer nanotubes that resemble the structure of a nerve and are capable of transmitting electrical impulses.
Researchers at the University of California Santa Barbara have modified a small molecule to create strong wet adhesive properties. Inspired by the chemical composition of mussel foot proteins,
This week, a group of chemists and biologists working at the University of California San Diego announced that they have designed and synthesized an artificial cell membrane capable of sustaining c
SQZ Biotech, a company founded by a group of MIT chemical engineers, thinks it may have a very good solution to help battle diseases such as cancer and HIV.