The Department of Chemical Engineering is hosting UBC’s Professor James Feng who will talk about Modelling Collective Migration of Biological Cells. Please join us to learn about Professor Feng’s research.
Please join us online to hear alumnus Don Tu (BASc 2018) talk about his experiences – both as an undergraduate chemical engineering student and in his current career as a process engineer in training at Hatch Ltd. He will share details about the challenges he faced and how he used the skills and training he learned as an undergrad to succeed in a new field. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about some real world experiences from a recent UWaterloo Chemical Engineering grad.
Join us to learn about Professor Megan Yi-Ping Ho’s research into using DNA nanosensors and microfluidics to identify and validate new molecular biomarkers. The Department of Chemical Engineering is pleased to have Professor Yi-Ping Ho share information about her efforts to help interrupt disease transmission and enable precise predictions of treatment response or disease progression.
Please join the Department of Chemical Engineering to hear Professor Dorval Courchesne discuss her work to engineer curli fibers produced by Escherichia coli bacteria and confer them with properties relevant for biomedical devices.
You are welcome to join the Department of Chemical Engineering to Professor Yong Yang’s seminar on using biomaterials and polymer micro-/nanoengineering approaches to engineer biomimetic organ chips that recapitulate the key anatomical and physiological characteristics of human organs.
The Waterloo Engineering alumni class reunion in 2020 is taking place on September 26, 2020 online.
Welcome to the 15th Anniversary of the Nanotechnology Engineering Program celebration!
Join us in September, when the University of Waterloo celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Nanotechnology Engineering program – and ten years of graduating classes!