Skip to Main Content

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Smaller doses, yet effective: New drug-delivery system will target bacteria that resist more than one antibiotic

Research received funding from National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.
Chemical Engineering

Decisions, decisions: How do living cells choose to become organs or tissues? Researchers are working to understand—and harness—this process

Results from NIH-funded study appear in the journal ACS Omega
Chemical Engineering

Breathless: Detecting levels of fatigue with artificial intelligence

Texas A&M and Arizona State work together on DARPA’s $4.8 million biometrics project
Chemical Engineering

New method uses electricity to turn crude byproduct into useful graphene

Researchers publish results in NPJ 2D Materials and Applications
Chemical Engineering

Colonizing the stomach: How do cancer-causing bacteria navigate?

Engineers use optical traps to slow down germs and study their movements
Chemical Engineering

How to reach net-zero emissions? Extract CO2 and put it to better use

A&M engineers publish findings in ACS Applied Energy Materials
Animal Models

Colon cancer: Eating your spinach can make you ‘strong to the finach’

A Popeye diet may significantly reduce the formation of tumors, new study says
Chemical Engineering

New worlds to conquer: Bacteria adapt navigation to environment

Flagella can adjust precisely to changes in the viscosity of surrounding fluids, A&M researchers discover.
Chemical Engineering

Breathing easy: Design improves performance of oxygen concentrators

Enhancements could reduce hospitalizations during pandemics