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  1. A Rich and Diverse History

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    This look at the continuing evolution of chemical engineering starts with reflections on the past.

  2. Employment of Chemical Engineers

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    An analysis of past employment data can help identify future trends in chemical engineering. FreemanSelf-EdEkholm-

  3. Refocusing Chemical Engineering

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    To adapt to changes in the industry, chemical engineers will require a change in mindset, as well as an enhanced skillset.

  4. Online Configurators: Streamlining Equipment Specification

    CEP Magazine article, January 2008

    These automation tools help equipment vendors serve their customers better, support their sales force, and profit in many ways.

  5. SBE Update: From Idea to Reality

    CEP Magazine article, December 2007

  6. SBE and Industry News

    CEP Magazine article, December 2007

  7. Engineering Organs: Heart and Esophagus

    CEP Magazine article, December 2007

    The potential for tissue engineering to transform the practice of medicine is enormous. Chemical engineers will play important roles in this revolution.

  8. Use LOPA to Determine Protective System Requirements

    CEP Magazine article, February 2007

    This article explains how to use layers of protection analysis (LOPA) to evaluate various process safeguards, determine if safety instrumented functions are required, and establish what safety integrity levels are needed to reduce risks to tolerable levels.

  9. Bioprinting: Directed Tissue Self-Assembly

    CEP Magazine article, December 2007

    Imagine eliminating patient waiting lists for organ transplants. Bioprinting holds the promise of making this happen, but, must research must be done first.

  10. Conducting Polymers: A Bridge Across the Bionic Interface

    CEP Magazine article, December 2007

    Inherently conducting polymers (ICPs) exhibit a variety of dynamic behaviors that make them an exciting platform for a new generation of bionic devices.

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