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Upcoming Live Webinars
Available live as well as on-demand in ChemE On Demand, AIChE Webinars and Web Forums cover current and informative topics of interest to all chemical engineers in an accessible at-your-desk format. From career building skills and technical instruction to state-of-the-industry overviews, each AIChE Webinar and Web Forum features one or more subject-matter experts. During the live presentation, participants are invited to ask questions of the speaker(s).
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Mr. Stoll explains how patentees can better protect their valuable patents and how challengers can advantage their positions in contesting competitors’ patents. He provides insights about the factors to evaluate when deciding whether to use the new Inter Partes Review procedures and the Post Grant Review procedures or to go to the courts instead.
The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed a Geologic Sequestration (GS) rule under the Safe Drinking Water Act’s Underground Injection Control (UIC) program .
Recently Archived Webinars
This Web Forum takes a unique approach compared to other joint AIChE - AWMA Web Forums focused on emerging regulatory issues/compliance. It provides the latest research results regarding air quality implications of shale gas development, from speakers who are on the cutting-edge of understanding the characteristics of air emissions from shale gas.
This presentation will provide an overview of a process to produce algae bio-crude from algae grown in open ponds using non-potable water and non-arable soil.
This webinar focuses on ideas for improving the performance of individuals who work in industrial settings.
This presentation will compare options available today to meet the growing demand of not only traditional transportation fuels, especially distillates, but also petrochemical feedstocks, including aromatics and propylene, and will highlight recent advances made by Foster Wheeler in using established technologies to provide high conversion, cost effective solutions to the residue conversion puzzle.