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Mission

The mission of the Department is to provide the highest quality programs to educate students at all levels in the principles and applications of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, within the environment of Tulane University. As part of this mission, students perform innovative and high quality research that advances engineering solutions as applied to health, energy, and the environment.

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Tulane Researchers Awarded Grant to Develop Smart Polymers

Tulane Researchers Awarded Grant

Hank Ashbaugh to lead the Smart MATerial Design, Analysis and Processing (SMATDAP) Consortium, and interdisciplinary research team in a NSF-funded Louisiana-Mississippi Consortium for an $18 million award. Read More

Brian Mitchell

Congratulations Dr. Brian Mitchell

Dr. Brian Mitchell has been appointed Dean-in-Residence at the National Science Foundation/Council of Graduate Schools, and will be taking an 18 month leave of absence effective February 1, 2015. Read More

The O'Connor Lab Hosts Open House for Students

The O'Connor Lab Hosts Open House for Students

The O'Connor lab hosted four 30-minute tours in November during the School of Science and Engineering's Homecoming Open House for students, their families and alumni...”. Read More

Big Plans for Reducing Carbon Footprint

Big Plans for Reducing Carbon Footprint

Daniel Shantz, newly invested to hold the Entergy Chair in Clean Energy Engineering at Tulane University, is working to find...Read More

CBE Department News

  • Dr. W T Godbey, an Associate Professor in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department at Tulane University, recently released a new book, An Introduction to Biotechnology: The Science, Technology and Medical Applications. Read More »
  • The O'Connor lab hosted four 30-minute tours in November during the School of Science and Engineering's Homecoming Open House for students, their families and alumni. Read More »
  • Please join us in congratulating Dr. Brian Mitchell, who has been appointed Dean-in-Residence at the National Science Foundation/Council of Graduate Schools, and will be taking an 18 month leave of absence effective February 1, 2015. Read More »
  • Ph.D. candidate Moses Oguntoye won 2nd place for his poster entitled "Aligned carbon nanotube array as electric double layer capacitor electrodes" at the annual LASIGMA symposium on Aug. 18th, 2014. Read More »
  • The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Tulane University is pleased to welcome Daniel Shantz to the faculty July 2014, as the Entergy Chair of Clean Energy Engineering. Read More »

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