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Biomimetic Sensing

ChE Professor Hicham Fenniri and PhD alumni Dr. Jessica Fitzgerald have published a book entitled Biomimetic Sensing: Methods and Protocols.

Fenniri and Webster Award Patent

ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster and Professor Hicham Fenniri received a patent entitled “Nanotubes and Compositions Thereof”, which describes their work to develop novel self-assembled materials for tissue engineering applications.

Hicham Fenniri Elected as a AIMBE Fellow

ChE Professor Hicham Fenniri has been elected as a fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) for his exceptional achievements and significant contributions within the medical and biological engineering fields.

Hicham Fenniri Co-Chair of SPIE Molecular Machines Conference

ChE Professor Hicham Fenniri will be the Co-Chair of the Molecular Machines conference San Diego in August 2018.

Fenniri Selected as SPIE Conference Co-Chair

ChE Professor Hicham Fenniri was selected as the SPIE Optics + Photonics 2018 Conference Co-Chair.

Prof. Hicham Fenniri’s Article is Top 10% Most Cited in PLOS ONE

Prof. Fenniri’s 2014 article “Widespread Nanoparticle-Assay Interference: Implications for Nanotoxicity Testing”, is in the top 10% most cited papers of PLOS ONE. PLOS ONE is a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal published by the Public Library of Science (PLOS) since 2006. The journal covers primary research from any discipline within science and medicine.

Chemical Engineering Well Represented at World Biomaterials Congress in Montreal

Northeastern had the highest number of presentations by faculty and students ever at the World Biomaterials Congress held in Montreal from May 17-22, 2016.

Patent for Nanotubes

ChE professor Thomas Webster and Hicham Fenniri were awarded a patent for using “Nanotubes and compositions thereof” on the surfaces of implants.

Nanoscale Cover Feature

ChE professor Hicham Fenniri’s research on “Chiromers: conformation-driven mirror-image supramolecular chirality isomerism identified in a new class of helical rosette nanotubes” was featured on the cover Nanoscale.

The ultimate molecular chess match

For the last two decades, it’s been said that carbon nan­otubes hold the promise to trans­form a range of fields, from alter­na­tive energy to drug delivery. But making that happen has proved dif­fi­cult, according to Hicham Fen­niri, an inter­na­tional leader in nan­otech­nology and new pro­fessor in Northeastern’s Col­lege of Engi­neering. “Carbon nan­otubes are fas­ci­nating mate­rials,” said Fen­niri, […]