Here at ChEnected, we're always striving to cover topics that are both relevant and interesting to our members and fellow chemes. We'd also like to take a moment and thank you (yes, YOU), dear reader, for your continued support and readership.
In celebration of ChEnected turning 10 this year, we're taking a moment to do a rundown of our top five posts of all time.
Becoming licensed as a Professional Engineer (PE) takes dedication. Having a PE after your name signals to employers and clients that you have competence in your field and helps set you apart from your competition. Read more
Life-long learning is critical to acquiring the skills for a successful career in chemical engineering. Read more
The paper industry has a great effect on not only forests but also on water resources and carbon dioxide emissions. Read more
A chemical engineer's widely applicable skills make them valuable across various industries. Read more
With a bit of smoke, a few mirrors, and a degree in hieroglyphics, anyone can learn to read a P&ID. Understanding piping and instrumentation diagrams can benefit process, project, and design engineers as well as business developers, operators, safety, maintenance, and even management. Read more
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