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Vote Now: 2014 Board of Directors Election

Voting Ends October 21 at 11:59 PM!
September 16, 2014
Polls open until 11:59pm, October 21, 2014. Vote in AIChE's 2014 Board Election. Review candidate bios, statements, and candidates' answers to questions from young professionals.

Anything Can Change, But Not Everything Must

September 16, 2014
Change and unpredictability can be a challenge but also keep things interesting. Read on for the experiences of a globe-trotting chemical engineer with a constantly changing job...

September 2014 CEP Preview

September 15, 2014
In this issue, CEP looks at managing raw material supplies, and focuses on solid-fluid equilibrium modeling, and SEP certification. You'll also find a great preview to this year's...

AIChE YPC Newsletter - Fall 2014

September 14, 2014
Welcome to 2014's fourth edition of the Latest News. This newsletter is brought to you by the YPC News Team and is meant to give you the latest and greatest news and information...

Flow Battery Makers Battle over New Electrolyte

September 9, 2014
One flow battery manufacturer tossed its iron-chromium battery chemistry to switch to much-more-expensive vanadium. Despite vanadium's cost, the company has created a better-...

Q&A: Meet the 2014 Candidates – Part 2

September 8, 2014
The next question: What do you see as the number-one issue facing young professionals in the chemical engineering profession today? Share your response to this question in the...

2014 Annual Student Conference

September 5, 2014
Join other chemical engineering students from around the world at the 2014 AIChE Annual Student Conference this year in Atlanta.

New Device Harvests Movement to Generate Energy

September 4, 2014
A new small device that relies on nanotechnology successfully generates electric current from simple vibrations. Its creators look to relieve the load on batteries or eliminate...

Foundation Newsletter, August 2014

Moving Forward, Giving Back
September 4, 2014
It’s gratifying and a privilege to be associated with dedicated professionals like you. You demonstrate the pride you take in being a chemical engineer through your generous contributions that fund innovative and worthwhile AIChE initiatives.

Grossmann Delivers 2014 CAPEC-PROCESS Lecture at Technical University of Denmark

Carnegie Mellon University professor will lecture on Process Systems Engineering (PSE) in chemical engineering, September 11
September 3, 2014
[Updated: September 16, 2014] Leaders of CAPEC, the Computer-Aided Process-Product Engineering Center at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), tapped Ignacio E. Grossmann , an AIChE Fellow and the Rudolph R. and Florence Dean University Professor of Chemical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon...

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