Learn about industry's evolving approach to emergency relief system design and about some of the areas that present the greatest opportunities for design improvement.
Get a sneak peek of the 22nd Process Plant Safety Symposium, which will be held virtually August 17–21.
Catch up on the most-read articles and most-discussed topics with this summary of top trends at AIChE for the past 2 months.
Interested in space travel trends and challenges? Read Grant Anderson's take, and also learn what you can expect from the STAR Tech 2020 conference, which focuses on space travel technology and capability needs.
Apply your chemical engineering skills to the job search with these practical tips for finding a new job in the era of COVID-19.
There's a lot to look forward to at this year's Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety, which will be held virtually August 17-21. Learn more here.
Current sustainability efforts often focus on a single issue, overlooking the effect on the larger system involved and thus undercutting the ability to achieve true sustainability. Learn about this and related issues that you can expect to learn more about at this year's ICOSSE.
Want to improve your Excel skills and boost your efficiency at work? Check out our popular spreadhseet series featuring six tips for using Excel to solve chemical engineering problems.
Hurricane season is upon us. Are you prepared to ensure your plant’s safety in case you’re affected by an extreme weather event?
Have or need tips on using AI to solve technical problems? Looking for advice on how to search for a chemical engineering job in these unpredictable times? Find these conversations and more on AIChE's Engage.
In its first virtual meeting, The Rising Stars Leadership Workshop held a discussion on effective business communications as part of its ongoing efforts to help retain and advance women in chemical engineering.
If you're looking for online learning in chemical engineering, biological engineering, process safety, and other related fields, check out this post for tips on how to find the best fit—even if your budget is $0!
Low-cost catalyst is a major breakthrough, opening up possibility of producing fuel for naval ships at scale from seawater.
Chemical engineers and biological engineers, along with other researchers and scientists, play crucial roles in addressing the many challenges of the food-energy-water nexus. Read about some of the promising directions research has taken in search of solutions.
Meet Intel's Dr. Jill S. Craven and learn about how she chose process engineering as a field and what she likes most about her work.
A new super-white paint formulation can reflect 98% of solar radiation, which helps keep buildings cool and reduces energy consumption and expenses.
Meet Shelly, a faculty member at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and learn about her work and her experiences as an LGBTQIA+ chemical engineer.
This month, a special section on the cosmetics industry, plus safety incident prevention, a look at the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, and much more.
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