domingo, 29 de junho de 2014


MIT introduced the first chemical engineering degree in the U.S. in 1888, and continues to apply cutting edge research to address the world's challenges in health, energy, and other areas. Our faculty and researchers, while experts in their fields, have a unique advantage -- Being based on molecular engineering, ChemE is able to interact across disciplines to address challenging research problems.

For example, faculty today are using materials science to develop alternate and renewable energy resources, to fight cancer and HIV, to develop new polymer systems for drug delivery, and to save lives on the battlefield. MIT's students also experience unique hands-on real-world chemical engineering through our undergraduate research lab and the Practice School.

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