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  • Cheers! The Chemistry of Wine

    Archived Webinar
    Feb 1, 2012
    This webinar provides all the necessary information to fully appreciate this best companion of good food. It presents the history of wine as well as the chemical aspects of fermentation and of aging.
  • Chocolate Engineering: Structure, Rheology, and Bloom

    Archived Webinar
    Jan 25, 2018
    Chocolate - it’s a lot more complex than it looks. Take this webinar to better understand the properties of chocolate and the difference they make. In 60 minutes, delve into the chemical properties...
  • Conversion of Caffeine and Lipids in Catalytic ...

    Conference Presentation
    AIChE Annual Meeting
    November 18, 2014
    Ari Fischer , Shoucheng Du, George M. Bollas Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT Abstract...
  • Edible Demos and Sweet Class Activities

    Archived Webinar
    Feb 20, 2019
    Thermodynamics, transport, reaction kinetics, materials, mass and energy balances, and design. Sounds like the ChemE undergraduate curriculum but can just as well describe what millions of people do...
  • Engineering a Delicious Thanksgiving Feast

    Archived Webinar
    Nov 15, 2017
    Cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year? Don’t leave out the science—the most important ingredient in a delicious Thanksgiving feast. Tune in to learn food scientist Guy Crosby’s...
  • Food and Drink Bundle

    Webinar Product Bundle
    View this special grouping of past AIChE webinars and make your menu plans without a worry.
  • Intro to Maintenance and Reliability

    Archived Webinar
    Mar 11, 2015
    This presentation provides those in the process and discrete manufacturing industries an introduction to the best practices in Maintenance and Reliability aimed at improving uptime and productivity...
  • Introduction to Surfactants

    Archived Webinar
    Dec 9, 2015
    This session is a basic introduction to the types of surfactants found in industry, their properties, and how those properties translate into improved performance in specific applications...