Many research opportunities are available to undergraduate chemical engineering students. Read about some of their experiences.
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Harnessing the science of light for biosensing: Professor Andy Hillier uses the science of structural color to convert a biological response into a measurable signal in order to detect a particular analyte.
Several Iowa State researchers use bio-oil to develop biorenewable fuels and chemicals. Biorenewables research is developing analogous technologies that use biomass-derived carbon.
Chemical engineering students join student organizations like AIChE, Omega Chi Epsilon, and many others offered by the College of Engineering.
More than 52,000 square feet of laboratory and classroom space, containing state-of-the-art equipment are available to faculty and student researchers.
The Mike & Jean Steffenson Student Services Center invites students for advising help and other academic assistance.
The National Science Foundation Biological Materials and Processes Research Experience for Undergraduates has invited undergraduates from around the U.S. and at Monterrey Tec, Mexico, every summer since 2006.
2013-2014 marks the 100th academic year for Iowa State chemical and biological engineering. Read how we celebrated this once-in-a-lifetime event.
Established in 1913, the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) at Iowa State University is an academia of faculty, staff and students immersed in nationally and internationally recognized chemical and biological research.
All undergraduates take two unit operations lab courses. Students take other lab courses, as well.