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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Read more at: CEB hosts chocolate-themed Sutton Trust summer school in collaboration with Nestlé  
Sutton Trust summer school 2022 challenge student winners

CEB hosts chocolate-themed Sutton Trust summer school in collaboration with Nestlé  

4 October 2022

CEB recently hosted the first in-person Sutton Trust summer school back in August with an aim to engage young students with chemical engineering and biotechnology.


Read more at: Organic ‘e-transmembrane’ device paves way for next-generation drug discovery
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Organic ‘e-transmembrane’ device paves way for next-generation drug discovery

23 September 2022

Researchers in our Bioelectronic Systems Technology Group have developed a bioelectronic platform to grow and monitor 3D cell cultures in real-time, that can be used to deliver more predictive, high throughput drug screening assays.


Read more at: Outreach at CEB: casting the net wider
Sarah Barron shadowing scheme at CEB

Outreach at CEB: casting the net wider

12 September 2022

We have been increasing our activities targeting local, national and international schools to raise the profile of STEM subjects and encourage young students to study chemical engineering and biotechnology at Cambridge.


Read more at: Light as the switch: using nanometric photodiodes to study the activity of nerve cells
A representation of nerve cells connected in a network

Light as the switch: using nanometric photodiodes to study the activity of nerve cells

23 August 2022

Researchers from the University of Cambridge and Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA) in Trieste, have developed a targeted, non-invasive approach to study the fundamental functions of the nervous system, that could also be used to develop potential therapies for neurological diseases.


Read more at: Researchers use artificial intelligence to rationally design over 1,000 new chemical compounds
Cartoon representation of an artificial intelligence agent considering building blocks of metal organic polyhedra

Researchers use artificial intelligence to rationally design over 1,000 new chemical compounds

15 August 2022

The researchers used 'knowledge engineering' principles to generate new metal-organic polyhedra - a class of compounds with a vast array of valuable applications.


Read more at: Salter's Prize for Michael Fletcher
Michael Fletcher graduation

Salter's Prize for Michael Fletcher

12 August 2022

Michael Fletcher has been awarded one of this year's Graduate prizes from The Salters' Institute of Industrial Chemistry.



Read more at: PhD student outreach venture increasing access of underrepresented minorities to research
Students in Ethiopia on ReachSci global programme

PhD student outreach venture increasing access of underrepresented minorities to research

7 July 2022

PhD student Mohammed Alawami was recently awarded a grant from University Diversity Fund for his work with hos own STEM outreach venture ReachSci improving access of underrepresented minorities to postgraduate research through the delivery of a hands-on research project.


Read more at: PhD student awarded Vice Chancellor's Social Impact award for her outreach work
Sarah Barron and her supervisor, Roisin Owens, with Sarah's award trophy

PhD student awarded Vice Chancellor's Social Impact award for her outreach work

3 June 2022

PhD student in BEST group, Sarah Barron, has just been awarded the Vice Chancellor's social impact award for her contribution to scientific outreach, education, and communication.



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CEB hosts chocolate-themed Sutton Trust summer school in collaboration with Nestlé  

4 October 2022

CEB recently hosted the first in-person Sutton Trust summer school back in August with an aim to engage young students with chemical engineering and biotechnology.

Organic ‘e-transmembrane’ device paves way for next-generation drug discovery

23 September 2022

Researchers in our Bioelectronic Systems Technology Group have developed a bioelectronic platform to grow and monitor 3D cell cultures in real-time, that can be used to deliver more predictive, high throughput drug screening assays.

Outreach at CEB: casting the net wider

12 September 2022

We have been increasing our activities targeting local, national and international schools to raise the profile of STEM subjects and encourage young students to study chemical engineering and biotechnology at Cambridge.

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