A Lego-Like Approach to Improve Nature’s Own Ability to Kill Dangerous Bacteria
Research capitalizes on ability of enzymes to target and kill bacteria, improving possible solution to problem of antibiotic resistance.
Jonathan Dordick Received Amgen Biochemical and Molecular Engineering Award
Jonathan Dordick, the Howard P. Isermann ’42 Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Rensselaer, received the Amgen Biochemical and Molecular Engineering Award at the ECI Conference on Biochemical and Molecular Engineering in Quebec, Canada, July 2019
The award, supported by the biotechnology company Amgen Inc., is given in memory of biochemical engineering pioneer James E. Bailey to recognize research excellence and leadership in biomedical and molecular engineering.
Recognized for outstanding chemical engineering contribution in the food, pharmaceutical, and/or bioengineering field
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) has announced that Vice President for Research Jonathan Dordick will receive the 2015 Food, Pharmaceutical and Bioengineering Division Award in Chemical Engineering. This national award recognizes an individual’s outstanding chemical engineering contribution in the food, pharmaceutical, and/or bioengineering field, which are of fundamental nature or of practical significance to industry and industrial practice.
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