Modularization and intensification are opening new possibilities for some pharmaceutical companies, including allowing them to speed up COVID-19 vaccine production.
This month, a primer on process intensification, troubleshooting once-through reboilers, using renewable power for carbon dioxide mitigation, and more.
A special section from the Society for Biological Engineering on microbiome engineering, along with tips for using flow additives, strategies for water management at hydrocarbon processing facilities, and more.
Asia is an increasingly important center of biotech research and development, with multiple hubs of activity across the continent.
Sharing next-generation manufacturing knowledge and experiences among different chemical process industries has the potential to unlock advances for many.
The pharmaceutical industry is finding new uses for artificial intelligence (AI) in drug development.
Suddenly, synthetic biology is being discussed a lot beyond the walls of academia and the pages of scientific journals. Today, it abounds in the mainstream press.
This month CEP looks at pharmaceutical manufacturing trends in addition to articles on electric heat tracing systems, process intensification, distillation tower inspections, and much more.
Jacob Albrecht discusses the challenging but enjoyable road to manufacturing new medicines, and the creative aspects of process engineering.
A conversation with editor-in-chief Matthew Realff looks at the role of chemical engineers in advanced manufacturing and processing, and at the expansion of this exciting area.