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Processing industries are the backbone of New Zealand, and Massey provides research and training to ensure ongoing success.
A focus is on improving process yield and productivity through the application of process engineering and molecularbiology and microbiology.
Contact Prof Yusuf Chisti
Improving our knowledge of the underlying chemistry of chemical reactions results in better design and improvement of chemical processes. Increasingly, chemical engineering research is looking to the micro- and nanoscales to provide these insights. Tools such as atomic force microscopy, electron microscopy and synchrotron are being used to collect nanoscale information on a wide range of materials of interest in New Zealand.
Contact Prof Richard Haverkamp
Current research at Massey is looking into strategies for adoption of renewable energy technologies such as wind, biomass, small hydro and passive solar design.
Contact Prof Ralph Sims
We are engaged in research around a strong working knowledge of current technologies in combination with state-of-the-art research in environmental microbiology, biotechnology, process engineering design, modeling and scaleup.
Contact Prof Andrew Shilton
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Last updated on Monday 15 May 2017