For the second year running, CBE students had the greatest representation of any department at the Mines’ Undergraduate Research Symposium, and a CBE student,¬†Gabriel Adriano, took home the symposium’s top prize. Twenty-one CBE students participated in the Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowship program in the 2018-2019 academic year and dozens more conducted research for credit in the fall and spring semesters. Participants included first-years through seniors, several of whom are taking their research experience to the graduate level through their acceptance to graduate programs in chemical and biochemical engineering across the country.

CBE senior Jordan Sand presents his research on gas hydrates

CBE senior Jordan Sand presents his research on gas hydrates

Read more about the symposium in the Mines newsroom: http://www.minesnewsroom.com/news/undergrads-share-innovative-research-work-symposium