Dr. Jason E. Bara

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Dr. Bara's research group is focused on the development of processes for clean energy generation that utilize new solvents with little or no volatility for scrubbing CO2 emissions.  There is a complementary focus on "green" chemical reactions.  His group is working on new polymer and composite materials with highly tunable nanostructures that can be used for membrane… Read more about Dr. Jason E. Bara

In The News: Alabama student offers children in need 3D-printed prosthetics

Valerie Levine is changing lives three-dimensionally. The summer before her junior year, this University of Alabama student started tinkering with a 3D printer with no goal in mind. But less than a year later, Valerie realized that “It Just Means More” when you can use a 3D printer to better… Read more

Sources: It Just Means More

In The News: UA professor weighs in on Trump’s decision to pull out of Paris Climate Agreement

A chemical and biological engineering professor weighs in on what the President’s decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement means for you. Online there have been several opinions about how not being a part of the Paris Climate Change Agreement would impact American air quality. President Donald Trump did… Read more

Sources: Fox 6 (Birmingham)

Be Our Guest: College set to host three major conference in the spring

The University of Alabama will make good use of its new engineering buildings this spring semester with a series of conferences hosted on campus that should bring about 1,600 students, professors and engineering professionals. Elizabeth Cook and other students and faculty members have been preparing to host the regional American… Read more

In The News: ‘Carbon Capture’ One Key to Combating Global Warming: An interview with Dr. Jason Bara

The question of how to reduce the pollution that causes global warming is now a hot topic since new carbon limits were announced by the EPA earlier this month.  Those proposed rules aim to reduce national carbon emissions from existing power plants 30 percent by the year 2030.  In Alabama… Read more

Sources: Alabama Public Radio, WVUA TV

In The News: Engineering Professor Comes Up With Second Patent for Carbon-Capture Technology

Here’s the story of one patent following another:  Engineering Professor Dr. Jason E. Bara from University of Alabama, who has already patented a process that could improve stripping greenhouse gasses from industrial emissions, has now come up with a new liquid salt patent that can be swapped with chemicals currently… Read more

Sources: World Industrial Reporter, Engineering News Today, Lab Manager Magazine, Phys.org, Environmental Leader