Current research projects in the department pursue new knowledge and technological
advancements in the chemical sciences and engineering. Areas of interest include process
safety, process systems engineering, applied thermodynamics, polymers, mineral processing,
and biochemical engineering. Many investigations are being driven by University initiatives
in sustainability, biotechnology, and alternative energy.
The department’s level of external funding is currently at $3 million. Chemical and
materials industries and federal and state agencies—including the National Science
Foundation, the Department of Education, the National Institutes of Health, and the
US Department of Energy—support the department’s research programs.
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Continuous Manufacturing of Viral Vectors
Molecularly imprinted nanocomposites for low-cost and portable food contaminants detection
Structural and chemical changes between empty and full AAV capsids
Supplemental Funding to the REMADE SA Project for the MI Case Study
Size-dependent Metric Analysis of Respirable Coal Mine Dust (RCMD)
Genomic Surveillance and Epidemiology in the Upper Peninsula
ERI: In-Situ Fabrication of Dual-Template Imprinted Nanocomposites for Simultaneous Detection of Glucose and Cortisol
Industrial Assessment Center at Michigan State University
Collaborative Research: DMREF: A computationally-driven predictive framework for stabilizing viral therapies
Dynamic Systems Analysis of PET and Olefin Polymers in a Circular Economy
In-Situ Bioleaching of Manganese by Dissimilatory Reduction
Investigation to Separate Lithium-ion Battery Active Cathode Materials by Chemistry Using Froth Flotation
Continuous Manufacturing of Virus-Like Particles
Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center