Meet Andrew Berley of North Carolina State University and learn about his chemical engineering interests, activities, and academic achievements that led to receiving the John J. McKetta Undergraduate Scholarship.
While costly in the short term, a well-run shutdown minimizes costs and pays off significantly in the long term by helping maintain proper quality and safety standards.
Hear how these faculty members early in their tenure-track positions benefited from their experience at the ASEE/AIChE Chemical Engineering Summer School (ChESS).
Learn about this chemical engineering team’s ACE4G experience working on a solar dehydrator to help local farmers add value to their product and reduce waste.
Chemical engineers’ ability to work with fine detail makes them a good fit for quality management careers, whether in quality assurance or quality control. Learn more about these career opportunities.
The top trophy went to the University of Toledo team, with a winning distance of 30.4 cm. See all winners in the 2022 AIChE Chem-E-Car Competition.
Stay informed, see what others are doing, and share your thoughts and photos at the 2022 Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference.
See the 2022 Chem-E-Car videos from the South Dakota School of Mines, Centro Universitário FEI and Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL).
In addition to regular programming, this year’s Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference will feature events that showcase AIChE’s efforts towards equity, diversity, and inclusion, and the IDEAL Path.
The Van Antwerpen Award recognizes Seymour for her volunteer leadership contributions to AIChE over more than 25 years.
A special section looks at how fermentation could boost sustainability in the chemical industry, how microbes are the next great domestication challenge, and offers an exploration of the microbiome as medicine.
Bioengineering & Translational Medicine, a premier journal in bioengineering and related fields, seeks a new editor-in-chief with a vision that will build on the journal's accomplishments.
The report looks at where chemical engineers are making advances, including energy and decarbonization, environmental sustainability, medicine, flexible manufacturing and the circular economy, materials, enabling tools, and education.
Savage is being recognized for innovation and leadership in advancing the fields of hydrothermal kinetics, catalysis, and reaction engineering for renewable energy and green chemistry applications.
L.-S. Fan is being honored for his multifaceted chemical engineering education contributions, which include outstanding teaching, superior textbooks, student and faculty mentoring, and outreach leadership to diverse groups, the general public, and K-12 students.
See the 2022 Chem-E-Car videos from University of Toronto, Auburn University, Guizhou Institute of Technology, and Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Bogota.
Learn about the fascinating field of optogenetics and what it can accomplish, and find out how researchers are using it today.
Check out the first of the 2022 Chem-E-Car Competition® videos, and stay tuned for more as we share videos from this year’s competitors.
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