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Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Understanding the rechargeable battery

How the solid–electrolyte interphase critically governs the performance of rechargeable batteries

Deep-learning model predicts mRNA degradation to improve stability in thermally sensitive vaccines

A&M engineers publish findings in the journal Briefings in Bioinformatics

1,000% difference: Water-based batteries may offer significantly more storage capacity, new Texas A&M study says

Project receives funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science
Chemical Engineering

Lightning in a bacterium: Electric fields that generate growth may also contribute to drug resistance

Researchers publish their results in the American Society for Microbiology’s mBio Journal
Chemical Engineering

MixAlco: Month-long process can transform biomass into acids to make gasoline, jet fuel or industrial products

New method can work with wastepaper, sewage, manure, food scraps and more
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