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  1. CEP Showcase

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

  2. CEP: Institute News

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

    AIChE Members Are Elected to the National Academy of Engineering Minority Affairs Committee Salutes Members in the News

  3. CEP: Books

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

  4. CEP: Software

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

  5. CEP: Product Digest

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

    This month's topic is bioprocessing equipment.

  6. CEP: YPOV - Preparing for Chairing? Build Some Relationships!

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

    Programming for an AIChE conference — i.e., developing the technical program — takes a lot more than the work put in by the meeting chairs; the details and ideas that go into every session and its roster of speakers take a whole force of volunteers. As a co-chair for the upcoming 2014 Spring Meeting in New Orleans who also happens to be a young professional (YP), I’ve realized that the best way to prepare for programming a large-scale conference is to build relationships across all levels of the organization.

  7. CEP: What's New - Interphex Expo Preview

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

    Read about new products and services on display at the 2014 Interphex expo.

  8. CEP: Process Safety Beacon - Don’t Forget About Occupational Safety

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

    While the Beacon focuses on process-related incidents, never forget that occupational safety is also important. For a safe workplace, we must have effective programs for both process and occupational safety.

  9. CEP: Process Automation Corner - The U.S. Process Automation Enterprise Looks to the Future

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

    The outlook is bright for the process automation enterprise in the U.S. through this decade and into the next. Process automation skills and know-how are honed through challenging projects and are perfected by maintaining these systems at peak efficiency. Without constant renewal based on new and different challenges, these skills tend to atrophy and become obsolete. Fortunately, after more than a decade of decline, the U.S. process industries are entering a period of highly advantaged resource and energy availability.

  10. CEP: What's New

    CEP Magazine article, March 2014

    Read about new products and services in the areas of fluids and solids handling, instrumentation, and materials and chemicals.

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