Chemical and Biological Engineering students comprised over a quarter of the students presenting at Mine’s inaugural undergraduate research symposium in spring and also took home the symposium’s top honors. Meredith Greer and Alex Dailey, chemical engineering students advised under Dr. Kevin Cash, were awarded the first place prize overall for their poster entitled, “Lipid Nanoemulsion Nanosensors — Ion Detection of Biological Systems.” Overall 23 students from CBE presented on topics ranging from fuel cells to gas hydrates to tissue engineering. Read more about the symposium in the Mines newsroom.