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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

 
  • 30Apr

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 28May

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 25Jun

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 29Jun

    Our annual Research Conference returns next year, celebrating the multidisciplinary science taking place across our department.

  • 08Jul

    The 3rd conference in the series of outreach events co-organised by research consortia of the EPSRC-funded projects "Combining Chemical Robotics and Statistical Methods to Discover Complex Functional Products" and "Cognitive Chemical Manufacturing" will take place at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambrid

  • 30Jul

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 29Oct

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

Latest news

Dr Hirak Patra to join UCL as Associate Professor

3 April 2020

Hirak Patra, a senior researcher in our Biosystems Engineering group, is to become Associate Professor in Nanomedicine and Regenerative Medicine at UCL.

'Green' production of magnetic silica beads wins Twitter poster prize and is our highlighted paper this month

3 April 2020

David Brossault, PhD student in our Colloidal Dispersions Group presented his recent work developing a green method to produce metal doped...

MOF homing capsule targets central powerhouse of cancer cells

2 April 2020

Researchers from our department have shown how metal-organic frameworks could target drug delivery to mitochondria in cancer cells, knocking out their central powerhouses and inducing rapid cell death, while drastically reducing the required drug dose.