Bruce Hinds (William T. Bryan Professor in Materials Engineering at the University of Kentucky) discovered how to pump fluids through nanotubes just as fast as Nature can pump them through cell walls. In January 2012, top-tier journal “Nature Nanotechnology” featured this discovery. Hinds’s nanoscale ion pumps could soon be used to capture energy, purify water, […]
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Each year, the Provost’s Office culls through nomination letters, student evaluations, peer recommendations and other selected criteria and emerges with its winners of the Provost’s Awards for Outstanding Teaching—awards established by the Provost to reward and encourage excellence in teaching. A maximum of six awards may be given from among the entire university’s faculty. This […]
The faculty of the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of our new colleague, Dr. Christina Payne. Dr. Payne will be joining the faculty as an Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering in August, 2012. Dr. Payne graduated with a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Tennessee Technological University and […]
Mike Marberry is CEO of J.M. Huber, one of the largest family-owned companies in the world. Huber, in existence for about 130 years, manufactures a broad range of engineered materials that includes products like pharmaceutical and food ingredients as well as specialty chemicals and structural wood panels. As CEO, Mike is no stranger to air […]
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 19, 2012) — Bruce Hinds, a William Bryan Professor of Materials Engineering in the University of Kentucky College of Engineering and his team of researchers have found that ions can pump fluids thousands of times faster through carbon nanotubes than through conventional materials. Their research is currently featured in the top-tier journal […]
The AIChE Student Chapter will host its Sixth Annual Golf Scramble on Monday, September 26th at the Connemara Golf Course in Nicholasville. Shotgun is at 8AM. All students, alumni and friends of the Department are invited to participate. To register, or for more information, contact Austin Isner email@example.com or Ben Hastie Benjamin.firstname.lastname@example.org. Golf Scramble Information
During June and July, the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering hosted 15 undergraduate students from across the country as part of the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program, funded by the National Science Foundation; other participating departments included Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, and Pharmaceutical Sciences. The ten-week program provided rising juniors and seniors with the […]
The Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Prof. Brad Berron as our newest faculty member.
Students and faculty from the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering were honored at the annual Tau Beta Pi Awards Banquet held on April 12, 2011.
James W. Tracy, Vice President for Research, has named Prof. Y.T. Cheng to the Frank J. Derbyshire Materials Science Research Professorship.