Fatima Enam Fatima Enam is currently pursuing a B.S. in Chemical Engineering majoring in biochemical engineering at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. ChEnected contributions The Evolution of Drug Delivery Feb 19, 2014 . by Fatima Enam Recent years have brought massive changes in drug delivery, and biological engineers are at the forefront. A Glimpse into the Energy Scenario in Bangladesh Jan 30, 2014 . by Fatima Enam A chemical engineer's work is never done! ChEnected contributor Fatima Enam looks at her country's energy needs and the enormous need for solutions and highly skilled chemical engineers to implement them. Graphene Quantum Dots from Coal Dec 23, 2013 . by Fatima Enam Rice University researchers devise a new and less expensive graphene quantum dots made from coal. A Graphene Primer: From Pencil Lead to Revolution Aug 1, 2013 . by Fatima Enam Catch up on graphene basics and on some of the exciting things happening in the world of graphene with this short primer. Arsenic: “King of Poisons” in Food and Water May 15, 2013 . by Fatima Enam For centuries, arsenic has been known to be a classic poison, causing deaths of many historic figures. While now just a murder-mystery cliché to many, arsenic is still actually causing harm, with dangerously high levels in food and water around the world.