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  1. CEP: Process Safety Beacon - How Do You Measure Process Safety Performance?

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    The March 2014 Beacon discussed the relationship between process safety and occupational safety, as well as the importance of both in ensuring a safe workplace. For many years, industry has used established measures of occupational safety performance, such as occupational injury and illness (OII)...

  2. CEP: Material Matters - Modeling Ceramic Fiber Insulation for CPI Applications

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    Insulating materials developed for the aerospace industry may soon gain broader acceptance in the chemical process industries (CPI), thanks in part to a Materials Technology Institute (MTI) project. CPI companies are beginning to consider the use of lightweight, highly porous, ceramic fiber...

  3. CEP: Career Corner - Build Your Brand for Positive Career Impact

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    From Apple to Coca Cola to Nike, we are surrounded by corporate branding. But did you know that branding is important to you and your career as well?

  4. CEP: Profile - David Saiia: Transforming Bottles into Businesses

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    David Saiia, co-founder of the nonprofit Reuse Everything Institute, Inc. (REII), has always been drawn to the field of sustainable development. His theory on corporate ecology, which seeks to explore the dynamic relationship between businesses and natural resources, reinforces the importance of...

  5. CEP: What's New - Powder and Bulk Solids Expo Preview

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    Read about the new products and services on display at the 2014 International Powder and Bulk Solids Expo.

  6. CEP: What's New - Offshore Technology Conference Expo

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    Read about the new products and services on display at the 2014 Offshore Technology Conference Expo.

  7. CEP: AIChE Journal Highlight - Tribute to Founders: R. Byron Bird

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    Best known for his defining book on transport phenomena — in which he provided chemical engineering students with an integrated view of the transport of the three physical quantities (energy, mass, and momentum) at three different scales (molecular, microscopic, and macroscopic) — R. Byron Bird has immensely impacted the field of chemical engineering.

  8. CEP: Catalyzing Commercialization - Sugar Sweetens Battery Performance

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    Sugar could some day be used to power smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices thanks to a recent breakthrough by Blacksburg, VA-based Cell-Free BioInnovations, Inc.

  9. CEP: News Update

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    How Well Are We Preparing ChE Students for Industry?; Climate FAQs: Science Academies Answer 20 Questions; Electronic Shrink Wrap Conforms to a Beating Heart; Biomass and Sunlight Cooperate to Produce Electricity; and more.

  10. Italy's Chemicals Industries

    CEP Magazine article, April 2014

    Italy’s many small and medium-sized chemical companies are crucibles of innovation, whose exports have helped the country to establish a strong presence in the global chemicals market.

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