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

Climate Week at Penn: Penn Engineering’s Contributions to Fighting Climate Change

09.17.2020 | Read More

Penn, Purdue, UC Merced and UF Partner on New $26M NSF Engineering Research Center for the Internet of Things for Precision Agriculture

08.04.2020 | Read More

Pennovation Accelerator Moves Online

07.23.2020 | Read More

CBE Events

PSOC Webinar: Emily Hatch

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CBE Seminar: “Delineating Mechanisms of BMP-mediated Patterning and Organization During Development Through Integrative Experiment and Simulation”

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PICS: “Python Workshop”

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Announcement

Please Welcome Jennifer Wilcox to the CBE Faculty

The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering welcomes Dr. Jennifer Wilcox. Dr. Wilcox joins the School as the Presidential Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and Energy Policy. She has a profound respect and appreciation of nature, which permeates her work as she focuses on minimizing negative impacts of humankind on our natural environment. Her research focuses on innovative ways to avoid new CO2 emissions from entering the air, in addition to the removal of old emissions, so as to mitigate the accumulating effects of fossil fuels on our planet.

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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