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The Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Department

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A large number of industries depend on the synthesis and processing of chemicals and biological materials. In addition to traditional examples such as energy and chemical industries, there are increasing opportunities in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, electronic devices and materials, as well as sustainable energy and environmental science and engineering. Chemical and Biomolecular engineering plays a central and essential role in these and many other fields that are involved in the chemical or physical transformation of matter.

Our goal is to train our graduates to become leaders and innovators in these critical areas of engineering and science. That is why our discipline and program are central to the FUTURE of engineering education and research.


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