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First-Ever DNA Sequencing Reference Tool Released

May 26, 2015
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has release the world’s first “yardstick” to help ensure the accuracy of human DNA sequencing. The new tool, known as...

Sarah Tarek – Cairo University, Egypt

May 22, 2015
Sarah was one of the students selected to receive a travel grant to attend the Annual Student Conference in Atlanta. Below she shares her thoughts and experiences. Firstly, I want...

Nanoparticles Help Direct Radiotherapy to Tumors

May 20, 2015
Radiotherapy is a strong tool in fighting cancer, but one great downside is that it affects both healthy and cancerous cells. Focusing radiotherapy on just tumors is the goal of...

Deb Grubbe on Big Data in Chemical Engineering

May 14, 2015
Chemical engineer Deb Grubbe had an opportunity to sit down with CEP senior editor Michelle Bryner to talk about about how big data could be used to improve safety in the chemical...

Successfully Navigating in a New Career

May 13, 2015
Congratulations to those of you who are graduating this month! This is a monumental time in your life. If you already have a job lined up, you are ready to walk across the...

The Tesla Powerwall's Serious Growing Pains

May 12, 2015
Earlier this month Elon Musk created a technology miracle: he made battery storage sexy enough during his product rollout that he had his audience whooping, cheering and clapping...

May 2015 CEP Preview

May 11, 2015
Energy The Four Pillars of Industrial Energy Efficiency Enhance your facility’s energy efficiency through operational improvements, effective maintenance, engineered improvements...

Interview with Astronaut & ChemE Al Sacco

May 8, 2015
AIChE member, astronaut, and Dean of Engineering at Texas Tech University Al Sacco touches on some of the subjects of his talk at the Spring Meeting and also shares career tips...

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