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CEP: August 2004

I want to thank all of the nearly 4,000 members who took the time to thoughtfully respond to CEP's engineering ethics survey.

CEP: July 2004

AIChE is pursuing a strategy that is changing the Institute's activities to assure continued relevance to chemical engineers of the future. As you all know - and as previous articles in CEP have documented (Jan.

CEP: June 2004

Joseph Darby, Jr., Sherron Watkins and Mordechai Vanunu - what do they all have in common?

CEP: May 2004

According to statistics released by the National Science Foundation, U.S. R&D is projected to have increased from $276.4 billion in 2002 to $283.8 billion in 2003 - a mere 1% after accounting for inflation...

CEP: April 2004

Last month, at the 2004 Chemical Industry Medal Award Dinner in New York, Thomas E.

CEP: March 2004

The profession of chemical engineering is changing more rapidly, and possibly more radically, than at any time in its history.

CEP: February 2004

Data - it's a vital part of business, but how to effectively manage it is still a challenge faced by many in the industry. In attending DaratechPLANT (Houston, TX; Jan.

CEP: January 2004

For the first time since the middle of 2002, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has passed the psychologically key 10,000 mark. Could this be a sign of overall economic recovery, including the chemical process industries?..

CEP: December 2003

As a professional in the chemical industry, you've probably never considered the impact this sector can have on the educational success of students in this country.

CEP: November 2003

The future is here - nanotechnology, once a blue-sky topic, is slowly becoming a reality. As Tim Harper, Cristina Roman Vas and Paul Holister of Cientifica Ltd. note in our 16-page nanotechnology supplement (pp.

CEP: October 2003

You can't teach someone common sense, or can you? The principles of inherent safety, first formalized by Trevor Kletz quite some years ago, are purely based on common sense...

CEP: September 2003

Corporate strategy in the U.S. places high importance on R&D because of its proven capability to improve competitiveness and profitability.

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