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Peppas UT's Peppas to Speak at Friday's Payatakes Lecture

The UH Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering will host a talk by one of the world’s leading experts on biomaterials drug delivery and pharmaceutical…
Alumni Association Celebrates EWeek Alumni Association Celebrates EWeek

The University of Houston Engineering Alumni Association (EAA) celebrated 2011 Engineers Week with its annual Engineers Week Reception & Program, held on Tuesday,…
Alum Named Engineer of the Year Alum Named Engineer of the Year

The Houston E-Week Committee has named a Cullen College alumnus its 2011 Engineer of the Year. Wayne Klotz (MSCE 1976) received the honor in recognition for his work with Klotz…
UH Hosts Open House for High-Tech "Clean Room" on Feb. 25

The University of Houston Nanofabrication Facility is a state-of-the-art clean room equipped with advanced tools to create micro- and nano-scale structures, most commonly on…
Alumni Association to Host EWeek Reception Alumni Association to Host EWeek Reception

National Engineers Week, or EWeek, kicked off on Sunday, with events being held around the nation recognizing the contributions of engineers to society. The University of Houston…
"Father of Chemical Engineering" Neal Amundson Passes Away

Neal Amundson, Cullen Professor Emeritus of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Professor of Mathematics, passed away yesterday at the age of 95. "We are deeply saddened at…
Meisami-Azad Grad Student Wins AWIS Educational Award

The Association for Women in Science has given one of its 2010 Educational Awards to Cullen College graduate student Mona Meisami-Azad. AWIS presents approximately 25 Educational…
Mullapudi Civil Engineering Graduate Student Wins Paper Competition

Taraka Ravi Shankar Mullapudi, a Ph.D. candidate in the Cullen College’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, won the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute’s…
Team Hopes to Cut Years Off Development Time of New Antibiotics

Eliminating tens of thousands of manual lab experiments, two University of Houston professors are working toward a method to cut the development time of new antibiotics. While…
Brankovic Professor Wins Grant from Semiconductor Giant

National Semiconductor, the world’s largest maker of analog circuits, has given $160,000 to a Cullen College of Engineering professor to develop new metal alloys for possible use…