2018 AIChE Annual Meeting Awards
Listed below are winners of all major awards presented at the meeting.
The Award is to be given to a prominent scientist or engineer who has made seminal contributions to the industrial translation of basic developments in metabolic engineering, or quantitative analysis, design and modeling of metabolism.
2020 Recipient: Jens Nielsen, BioInnovation Institute
The International Metabolic Engineering Award is intended to recognize an outstanding career contributor to the field of Metabolic Engineering. The International Metabolic Engineering Society at its bi-annual conference gives the Award.
- 2020 Recipient: Costas Maranas, The Pennsylvania State University
This award was instituted in honor of Jay Bailey, a visionary of future directions in biotechnological research and a brilliant contributor to the founding and advancement of the field of metabolic engineering. The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding research accomplishments in the field of metabolic engineering by a young investigator. The recipient will have advanced the frontiers of metabolic engineering through originality and creativity of experimental or computational concept application. Previous recipients of the award are Borodina Irina (2016) and Hal Alper (2014).
- 2020 Recipient: Benjamin M. Woolston, Northeastern University
- RUNNER-UP ($250 Cash Prize)
- TOP AWARD PRIZE ($500 Cash Prize)
- OVERALL TOP AWARD PRIZE ($1,000 Cash Prize)
Select Poster Awards are generously supported by the following Journals:
Bioengineering is an international, scientific, peer-reviewed, open access journal on the science and technology of bioengineering published monthly online by MDPI. The Society for Regenerative Medicine (Russian Federation) (RPO) is affiliated with Bioengineering and its members receive discounts on the article processing charges.