LinkedIn - the social media tool most often used by professionals - allows you to establish an online presence, connect with others, and find business and job opportunities.
Engineers can derive professional benefits from Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter, and other social media. Here is some practical advice on using these tools effectively, whether you are a veteran or a relative novice.
Mel J. Esmacher, P.E., Gary Geiger
Understand corrosion and ways to control it, and implement these monitoring techniques to improve cooling water system efficiency and reliability and reduce energy consumption.
This is the time of year when thousands of undergraduates are completing their degrees and beginning their careers and chemical engineers. As I travel to chemical engineering schools to attend AIChE's spring regional student conferences, the...
What We Talk About When We Talk About Carbon Management; New Nanoglue Sticks to Everything; Flash Forward: Light Turns Nanowires into Flexible Web; Fischer-Tropsch Catalyst Converts Biomass into Light Olefins; Old Zeolite Finds New Role in CO2...
Dennis C. Hendershot
Build safety into your process by substituting less-hazardous materials and chemistry, minimizing inventories and equipment sizes, moderating operating conditions, and simplifying unnecessarily complex operations.
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