Discovery Lab

A lab that uses interactive, hands-on displays to showcase how engineers make the world a better place is now open at the University of Kansas School of Engineering. Learn more>

Juniors! Check out this new elective, offered for the first time at KU! CPE 715 Topics in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering; Green Chemistry and Engineering T/R 11-12:15pm Summerfield Hall Dr Weatherley Objectives: The aim of the course is to give students from a range of science and engineering backgrounds an appreciation of green chemistry and engineering and to equip them with a suite of transferable skills for the design and operation of new clean processes covering a wide range. The course will address the need for graduates to have a clear appreciation of the broader issues of clean technology, especially the interface with biotechnology, risk, novel synthetic chemistry, process intensification, new engineering techniques and in areas such as combustion, transportation, energy systems and renewables in addition to chemical processing. The course will comprise lectures by the instructor and seminar presentations by the students.
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KU School of Engineering - Crane Removal Time Lapse Here's a time lapse look at three days of work in 10 seconds showing the removal of Turner Construction's crane from the new engineering building at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.

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