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Professor's research to help meet the high demand for carbon nanotubes
A grant from the National Science Foundation will help a K-State chemical engineering researcher take on challenges related to scaling up production of carbon nanotubes from industrial waste gas.
Bossmann and Schlup honored for teaching excellence with Segebrecht Award
John Schlup, professor of chemical engineering, has been selected to receive the Segebrecht Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award for 2017.
National Science Foundation grant funds closer look at catalytic processes
Ongoing work to promote renewable energy has earned Keith Hohn, professor of chemical engineering, a National Science Foundation Chemical Catalysis Program grant of $450,000 over the next three years.
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