UTR-10 University Teaching Reactor, Chemical Engineering Annex

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UTR-10 University Teaching Reactor, Chemical Engineering Annex


Iowa State University; Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering


One researcher is sitting in front of the UTR-10 University Teaching Reactor located in the Chemical Engineering Annex as five other researchers look on.

Iowa State University first offered chemical engineering courses in 1909. The Department of Mining Engineering, Ceramics, and Chemical Engineering was established in 1913. The Department of Chemical Engineering became a separate department in 1920 and under went numerous name changes over the years, which include the Department of Chemical Engineering (1920-1928, 1956-1973, 1978-2005), Department of Chemical and Mining Engineering (1928-1956), Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering (1973-1978), and Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (2005-present).


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