Embracing the Breadth and the Unity of ChE [Blog Series]

December 14, 2012
In this next-to-last post of the series, I take up the fifth reason that I think we are entering a Golden Age of ChE: Our profession’s breadth, linked by common background and problem-solving approaches.

AIChE Journal Will Feature the Annual Meeting’s “Best Papers”

November 16, 2012
The editorial team of AIChE Journal is collaborating with AIChE meeting session chairs to identify some of the most compelling and innovative research presented at the recently concluded 2012 Annual Meeting (held Oct. 28 to Nov. 2 in Pittsburgh, PA) — and to invite the authors to publish their work...

WISE Undergraduates Go to Washington

November 15, 2012
Over the summer, two engineering students ventured into the realm of public affairs after AIChE selected them as 2012 WISE (Washington Internships for Science and Engineering) interns.

Biology and ChE: Applying a Molecular Science (Part II) [Blog Series]

November 8, 2012
This is Part 7 in the ChEnected series "We Are ChE: Entering a Golden Age" and the second post related to Biology and ChE. It is authored by Incoming 2013 AIChE president Phil Westmoreland. My previous post was about how ChE has advanced bioprocessing and medicine. Here, I want to reflect on how bioscience and ChE have changed each other.