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Chemical Engineers Develop Revolutionary Device to Harvest Hydrogen from Thin Air

Smore Science

A new technology developed by chemical engineers at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne might be a contender for the next-gen fuel. Now, chemical engineer Kevin Sivula and his team of scientists have tried to develop a device that can do just that. Although an impressive feat, there is a long way to go.

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STEM Everyday #264 | Museums & STEM | feat. Darryl Williams

STEM Everyday Podcast

in Chemical Engineering from Hampton University and his M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park. Williams oversees all aspects of the science and educational programming at the heart of the Institute’s efforts to inspire a passion for learning about science and technology.

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2024 Young Scholars Program

Northeastern University

Snell Professor of Engineering and University Distinguished Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering ; Senior Vice Provost in the Office of the Provost ; Director of PROTECT Superfund Research Center ‘Solar-Powered Phone Chargers,’ Mahshid Amirabadi , Associate Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering ‘Subharmonic (..)

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YSP 2024 – Open for Applications

Northeastern University

This 6 week summer research program will run from June 24 to August 1 and will involve research in various fields of STEM such as chemistry, biology, pharmaceutical sciences, computer engineering, chemical engineering, and bioengineering with faculty and graduate student mentors.

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Using adsorbents to help society

Futurum

Pathway from school to chemical and biomolecular engineering • At school and post-16, take classes in chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology. Choose a university degree such as chemical engineering, chemistry, biomolecular engineering, biochemistry or biomedical engineering.

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The Role of Mathematics in Education

Ask a Tech Teacher

Professions That Rely Heavily on Mathematics Engineering: The Backbone of Innovation Engineering is perhaps the most obvious field where mathematics plays a starring role.

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The engineering behind Evolutor

Futurum

We have come a long way since Darwin published his concepts, and engineers and scientists have borrowed the concept of ‘survival of the fittest’ and applied it to engineering biological systems for industrial applications. The Chemical Engineer , IChemE , Royal Academy of Engineering and The Scientist are notable examples.