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Mariah Hoover, ChemE ’08, MSCEP ’12

Mariah Hoover, ChemE ’08, MSCEP ’12

“I’ll be working on introducing new technologies into refineries across North America.”more >>

Joel Moxley, PhD ‘07

Joel Moxley, PhD ‘07

Foro Energy
“When you step on the MIT campus, there is an energy that doesn’t exist anywhere else.more >>

Patrick de Man, PhDCEP ‘06

Patrick de Man, PhDCEP ‘06

Currently working on the commodities market, “I love it,” says de Man, “It’s really because of the PhDCEP program..."more >>

Mark Kalinich, ChemE ’13

Mark Kalinich, ChemE ’13

He works on varying the properties of an injectable hydrogel to tune the timing of the release of the drugs into the spinal cord.more >>

Miles C. Barr, MSCEP '08, Ph.D. ’12

Miles C. Barr, MSCEP '08, Ph.D. ’12

Miles received Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for his innovative solar technologies and creativity. more >>

LaShanda J. Korley, PhD ’05

LaShanda J. Korley, PhD ’05

I was interested in how molecules work and I was good at math, chemistry and physics, so if you put it all together, it says ChemE.more >>

Chris Loose Ph.D. '07

Chris Loose Ph.D. '07

When I was in ChemE my research was antimicrobial design and materials development. I had a strong interest in applying... more >>

Janice Mathew

Janice Mathew, SB '10

MIT creates a stimulating environment to go out and make a difference that cannot be found.

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Nicholas A. Pearce

Nicholas A. Pearce, SB ’07

My primary research area is biofuels. I think this is a very monumental time in which our actions in the next decade will play more >>

Dhananjaya Dendukuri, PhD '07

Dhananjaya Dendukuri, PhD '07

Various members of my family had studied at MIT and always spoke of the experience in glowing terms. When I was an undergraduate... more >>

Kevin Solomon MSCEP '08
PhD candidate '11

I'm very much interested in the development of green chemistry. As we exhaust typical feedstocks more >>

Bobby Satcher, SB ’86, PhD ’93

Bobby Satcher, SB ’86, PhD ’93

The spirit of exploration ultimately accomplishes more than what it sets out to do. It forces the process of asking questions

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Anita Shukla
Ph.D. candidate '11

I'm fortunate in that I knew pretty early on what I wanted to do and where I wanted to do it. more >>

Joe Roy-Mayhew '08

My primary research area is biofuels. I think this is a very monumental time in which our actions in the next decade will more >>

Minglin Ma Ph.D. '08

My primary research area is electrospinning, a technique for making extremely small (10 nanometers to 10 micrometers more >>