The department of chemical engineering at K-State provides all students the opportunity to become great engineers. Graduates from the program have a solid education in chemistry, physics, advanced mathematics, and engineering practices, preparing them for a successful career in industry, academia or government.
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K-State chemical engineering and chemistry faculty members awarded Department of Energy grant to develop a new ammonia synthesis process
Large-scale production of ammonia is required to supply the nitrogen that supports the global food system.
Researchers awarded grant to develop microfabricated device for the rapid discovery of bacterial interactions
Ryan Hansen, chemical engineering, and Thomas Platt, biology, both assistant professors, received a National Science Foundation grant to develop a microwell array platform for high-throughput screening and discovery of microbial interactions.
Erickson, Brase team up for book about solar infrastructure
Larry Erickson, professor of chemical engineering and director of the Center for Hazardous Substance Research, and Gary Brase, professor of psychological sciences, have published "Solar Powered Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles."
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