News & Events
  • WChE First Annual Fall Industry Panel

    Women in Chemical Engineering at UW presentsThe 1st Annual FALL INDUSTRY PANELNovember 10, 2016Featuring chemical engineering women who are leaders in industry. These women have all obtained a ChemE degree (B.S., M.S., and/or Ph.D.) and will represent the biotechnology/pharmaceuticals, oil/energy, paper, technology, and aerospace industries.Event Highlights • Hear from our distinguished keynote speaker • Participate in 2 break… Read More…

  • MolES Community Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

    MolES students, faculty, and staff gathered last Saturday to improve information on molecular engineering available on Wikipedia. The group contributed information on the history of the discipline, applications, instruments and methodology. Special thanks to Sawyer Morgan, graduate student in Chemical Engineering, for showing our brand-new editors the ropes! This was our first Edit-a-Thon but won’t be… Read More…

  • Biomaterials Workshops at the UW in August 2016

    Register now for the following biomaterials workshops taking place at the University of Washington this summer! NESAC/BIO Surface Characterization of Biomaterials Workshop August 1-3, 2016 Learn to Characterize Biomaterial Surface Composition and Structure The NESAC/BIO Surface Characterization Workshop includes lectures and surface analysis demonstrations. Demonstrations on NESAC/BIO instruments provide application examples for the material covered… Read More…

  • MolES Faculty Earn 2016 Distinguished Teaching Award

              Two MolES faculty members are being honored as 2016 Awards of Excellence winners, both for their achievements in teaching. Cole Deforest, assistant professor, chemical engineering and Wendy Thomas, associate professor, bioengineering will be honored June 9, 2016 at a ceremony on campus. The Distinguished Teaching Award is given annually to seven… Read More…

  • Nature Biotechnology’s ‘greatest hits’ includes MolES faculty

    Professor Shaoyi Jiang’s research focuses on helping the body accept medical devices and implants that it naturally wants to reject. His 2013 paper on using zwitterionic hydrogels to eliminate the foreign body response to implants was selected as one of eight major hits in 20 years of Nature Biotechnology biomedical research. The March 2016 issue… Read More…