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New research project explores impact of giving engineering students more freedom in the lab
February 9, 2023
A team from The University of New Mexico is leading a new National Science Foundation-funded research project to examine the issue of agency — the power to make one’s own decisions — when it comes to the ability for chemical engineering students to have more flexibility in designing and developing laboratory experiments for class. Read More...

photo: Shuya Wei at an outreach event in 2019 that demonstrates some of her battery research with lemons.

NSF project to explore new solutions for longer-lasting, affordable batteries
January 24, 2023
Our rapidly-expanding technology needs are fueling a robust demand for battery and electrical energy storage technologies in industries ranging from portable devices to transportation. Read More...

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Engineering professor’s ACS Petroleum Research Fund grant provides new energy to her research
January 24, 2023
Shuya Wei, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at The University of New Mexico, is the recipient of an American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund (ACS-PRF) Doctoral New Investigator grant. Read More...

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