Undergraduate students in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering share with faculty a congenial atmosphere and an excitement for the ever-expanding range of processes and technologies which are based on chemical and biomolecular engineering principles.

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CBE News

Solving Complex Problems with Purpose

08.27.2019 | Read More

Aleksandra Vojvodic: Leveraging Chemistry for a Green World

08.20.2019 | Read More

Training the next generation of globally minded researchers

08.14.2019 | Read More

CBE Events

CBE Seminar: “Protein-integrated Electronics: From Molecules to Machines”

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CBE Seminar: “Thermodynamics of Sequence-defined Polyelectrolyte Complexes”

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CBE Seminar: “Examining Heterogeneous Populations of Microbes at the Single Cell Level Using Stabilized Emulsions”

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Announcement

Please Welcome Marissa Tartaglia to CBE!

Marissa is the new Undergraduate Coordinator for CBE. She will be working closely with both Dr. Robert Riggleman (CBE Undergraduate Chair), as well as Dr. Sean Holleran (CBE Freshman Advisor) to help guide our undergraduate students through their academic experience.

Aleksandra Vojvodic promoted to Associate Professor with tenure of CBE

Congratulations to Professor Aleksandra Vojvodic who was promoted to Associate Professor, with tenure, in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, effective July 1, 2019.

Amish Patel promoted to Associate Professor with tenure of CBE

Congratulations to Professor Amish Patel who was promoted as an Associate Professor, with tenure, in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, effective July 1, 2019

Why Penn CBE?

Penn’s Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering program offers exceptional preparation for a life in research, academia, business, or industry. Our faculty are at the forefront of the discipline. An emphasis on the basics of engineering science combined with leading edge research is key to the great power and flexibility that a Penn Engineering degree provides in a rapidly changing technological environment.


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