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Chemical & Environmental Engineering

This section of the college news site gathers stories that feature the faculty, students, staff and programs of the UA Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. For detailed information about all other aspects of CHEE, please visit the department website.

Chemical & Environmental Engineering News

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11 Pieces of Advice From UA Engineering Wildcats

Earning an engineering education is as rewarding as it is challenging, and many find they learn just as much about topics like teamwork, communication and even themselves as they do about scientific principles and the design and manufacture of goods. Looking for tips on how to best tackle the journey? Take it from these current students and recent...
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Improving Arizona Air Through Ozone Research

A multi-university team uses a multi-million dollar ABOR grant to learn about how emissions sources and the Southwest’s unique weather and climate influence the production of ozone and contribute to health issues.
Erin Ratcliff in her lab, wearing a lab coat.

$11M Energy Frontier Research Center to Advance Molecular-Level Solar Science

Chemical and environmental engineering professor Erin Ratcliff will lead a national collaboration to create solar fuels and storage technologies that are more durable and sustainable, but less expensive.

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