The event will provide a special opportunity to learn from a variety of well-known national and international experts on sustainability science.
Energy (Sustainability and Environment)
This month, a quest for successful work habits, a lively discussion on electric cars' efficiency, and the search for a DWSIM expert. Join these and other discussions, or start your own!
Low-cost catalyst is a major breakthrough, opening up possibility of producing fuel for naval ships at scale from seawater.
Hear from conference co-chair Piet Huizenga about what you can expect from the very first Process Development Symposium Europe.
Learn what's in store for participants at the very first Process Development Symposium Europe taking place in Frankfurt this September.
While it’s often seen as a nuisance, new research finds rust can be used to generate electricity in combination with saltwater, thanks to an electrokinetic phenomenon.
Hydrogen fuel cell technology continues to advance and show great promise. Sunita Satyapal of the US DOE discusses advances with Nick Barilo of AIChE's Center for Hydrogen Safety.
The latest issue showcases the current thinking related to the reduction of carbon emissions, the utilization of CO2 that can ameliorate its presence and provide useful products, and storage options.
Julianne Holloway shares a preview of WIC's 20th Anniversary Symposium, which celebrates women in chemical engineering through invited female speakers with diverse backgrounds.
Stanford University's Curt Fischer revisits his thoughts from 2008 on chemical engineering's evolution and future.
ExxonMobil's Vijay Swarup shares his thoughts on chemical engineering's evolution and future, with an eye on energy needs.
Learn more about this 2018 Annual Meeting session that features leading minds and their insights on the future of energy.
Cliff Kowall shares insights about how today's responses to industry disruptions can be richly informed by experiences of similar events in the past.
The AIChE PAIC’s Climate Change Policy Review Project team is now hosting its sixth and final discussion.
Chemical engineers have developed an MOF that promises to greatly reduce energy consumption in the propylene-propane separation process.
A new catalyst that is eight times as fast as current technology could change the world of fuel cells.
Wind energy can now be more sustainable than ever, thanks to recyclable resin with low-energy production requirements.
A team of researchers at the University of York have discovered a set of enzymes in fungi that could help make wood an even more promising source for advanced biofuels.
Computer modeling reveals the true potential of open-ocean wind farms, compared to conventional land-based wind farms.
Participate in this discussion on causes of warming and increased greenhouse gas concentrations until November 21, 2017.
This discussion has been extended through Tuesday, October 24. Please share your thoughtful reply before the deadline.
Is selling excess electricity back to the grid a backwards solution when sharing energy with neighbors is a possibility?
A new technology collects the oil in a cellulose matrix and then turns the oil into a rigid gel that can easily be removed from water.
Imagine a technology that could capture atmospheric carbon dioxide, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, reduce the alkalinity of industrial waste, and generate useful materials — all in one proc
The EU is reducing carbon production, thanks to hydrogen-fueled rail technology and new steelmaking technology.
Two weeks ago, Dr. Art Rosenfeld, the embodiment of energy efficiency, died in his home at the age of 90, not far from the Berkeley lab where he worked for over forty years.
Without the existence of carbon pricing, any company bold enough to develop carbon sequestration technology has to find a creative business model as a workaround.
London's new mayor Sadiq Khan just put fifty electric buses on the streets to help shrink a toxic cloud blighting one of Europe's most magisterial cities.
Most people who live outside California don’t know that a large part of the state was originally a desert, and without water, it will revert back to desert.