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