Tony Cai shares his top picks for not-to-be-missed sessions and other useful insights for this year’s Global Congress on Process Safety in New Orleans March 24–28.
Along with their everyday benefits, plastics present serious environmental problems. Read about the opportunities chemical engineers have to solve these issues.
Meet these recently elected AIChE Fellows and learn about their impressive careers and accomplishments.
Engineers Week 2024 (February 18–24) is a time to celebrate the important work of engineers and to inspire the next generation of innovators.
Calling all early-career creative researchers and engineering entrepreneurs! Learn more about potentially career-changing $100K research grants and an impressive network of recipients.
The new funding will allow RAPID to rethink unit operations with the aim of reducing U.S. industrial emissions and energy consumption.
This issue, understand how to used advanced tools to support LOPA, find out whether ammonia storage tanks are susceptible to rollover, get tips for school-to-work transitions, and much more.
Take a moment to consider women’s role in science throughout history, and learn how you can get involved to help promote women’s success in STEM careers.
Get advice on what it takes to build a successful chemical engineering career, what potential chemical engineer students need to know, and more.
Join us in celebrating Black History Month with a look at the history of AIChE’s Minority Affairs Committee (MAC) and interviews featuring its prominent leaders and advocates.
Learning how to use a performance review — whether positive or negative — is a smart way to advance your career.
If you’re up for a student team challenge and chemical engineering problem solving, ChemE Cube is for you! Sign up now before the deadline.
Meet these FOSSI scholars who are pursuing their STEM career dreams at Howard University, Jackson State University, and North Carolina A&T State.
Get an update here on the efforts to develop an international legally binding instrument to end plastic pollution.
Chemical engineers were likely involved in the creation of the textiles for many of the articles of clothing you're wearing right now.
Learn about Taliya’s work as a process engineer at BP, her career path, and find out how she is helping the next generation of process engineers.
This issue, a new approach to distillation control education, ways to increase the sustainability of process plant projects, strategies for cybersecurity, and much more.
Understand how recruiters work and how you can best take advantage of their services as part of your job search with these tips.
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