Exciting Participation at the University of Chicago – PME Research Symposium

I’m thrilled to share that I recently had the privilege of participating in the first-ever Research Symposium hosted by the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) at the University of Chicago. Along with being asked to judge the presentations and research posters as an industry partner with fellow colleagues from  AbbVieEcolabHollister Incorporated. This event marked a significant milestone in fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation in molecular engineering and related fields.

The symposium brought together researchers, scholars, and industry leaders to discuss groundbreaking advancements and explore new frontiers in science and engineering. It was an inspiring experience to engage with fellow participants, exchange ideas, and learn about the cutting-edge research being conducted at PME.

During the symposium, I had the opportunity to learn about advanced research and engaged in great discussions regarding the research being conducted at the PME. The diverse range of topics and the dynamic discussions underscored the importance of interdisciplinary approaches in solving complex global challenges.

I am grateful to PME for hosting such a stimulating and enriching event and look forward to continuing my collaboration with this vibrant community of innovators.

For more details about the event, you can read the official announcement from PME here.

“It’s a pipeline for talent. It brings in new ideas and new research partnerships,” said UL Director, Innovation & Technology, Craig Hamill. “We have our own scale of work, but universities have larger scale, larger partnerships, bringing in more and more ideas. They have more interdisciplinary pathways.”