Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have developed a technique for transplanting insulin-producing pancreatic cells that causes only minimal immune response in recipients. Read more here.
A summary of a new University of Missouri study.
AIChE recognizes a few “Modern Era” chemical engineers. Among the one hundred honored for attaining the equivalent of AIChE Senior Member status, 49 are Tau Bates: ACHIEVEMENT Andreas Acrivos, Syracuse University, NY B ’50 Albert L. Babb, University of Washington, WA A ’48 James E. Bailey, Rice University, TX G ’67 Mark Barteau, Washington University,Continue reading “Chemical Engineers of the Modern Era”
The New York Times Science section with a story about the private sector of space industry. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/30/science/30spacside.html?_r=1
According to The Norman Transcript, University of Oklahoma undergraduates majoring in petroleum engineering has grown almost tenfold in five years. To read about the causes and effects of the demand for petroleum engineers, click here.
The American Academy of Water Resources Engineers is offering applications for exclusive designation as Diplomate, Water Resources Engineer. To learn more about the requirements click here.
What do you think about the National Academy of Engineering’s (NAE) Grand Challenges for 2009? See here.
To: The editor, and my colleagues I pose a challenge to all of my colleagues. As coordinator of one of the last MET programs to convert to the TAC- ABET new criteria, I’ve led the creation of a review process that, like many others, includes many assessment metrics for our education process. The problem isContinue reading “Educated Process Control”
Looking ahead to the Spring 2009 semester Tau Beta Pi Headquarters would like to remind you that your chapter may order Chapter Image Materials on our website. These materials, such as information brochures, bookmarks, invitations to electees, posters, and more, are free for chapter use. We hope that chapters will take advantage of these resourcesContinue reading “Chapter Image Materials for 2009”
The White House Announced the 2007 Awards for Early Scientists and Engineers. Among the sixty-seven researchers honored, three are Tau Bates: Department of Defense – Mung Chiang, Princeton University, CA G ’00 Krista S. Walton, Kansas State University, AL D ’00 National Science Foundation – Nicholas Feamster, Georgia Institute of Technology, MA B ’01