This month, banish 11 problem-solving myths, get tips for properly selecting the right refrigeration system, learn to avoid common errors in hazard analysis and risk assessments (HARA), and much more.
Longtime columnist Loraine Kasprzak moves on to other career goals of her own, but she leaves us with some of her very best advice from over the years.
Among the benefits of academic competitions is the opportunity for chemical engineering students to gain skills that attract employers.
Christine S. Grant, 2022 AIChE President, shares her views on how AIChE and its members can work together to discover and shape what’s next for all of us.
While we're behind in our goal to slow climate change, alternative energy is evolving rapidly to help bridge the gap. Read on to learn what’s on the horizon in new energy.
Meet four more impressive members of 2021’s class of FOSSI scholars who are off to college with their sights set on STEM careers.
A conversation with Luz Castañeda Pérez of the Federico Villarreal National University and Luis Carrasco Venegas of the National University of Callao, both science professors and inventors.
Chemical engineers’ skills are valuable in many industries and allow varied career paths. Read how one recent graduate took an unexpected but very rewarding turn by working in pharmaceuticals.
Participating in the local ChemE Jeopardy team has helped first-year chemical engineering students grow and thrive during the pandemic.
Brigham Young University’s Alexa Lowman-Tucker was awarded the John J. McKetta Undergraduate Scholarship at the 2021 Annual Student Conference.
A fond farewell to editor Mike Harold and a warm welcome to David Sholl, as he assumes editorship of the AIChE Journal.
This issue, get tips for finding the capacity of a distillation column, a well as a primer on the Allam power cycle, plus hydrogen safety fundamentals, and much more.
Hear from Ecolab’s global engineering leader about process safety trends in the Asia-Pacific region and about the company’s path to process safety leadership.
Three AIChE members were honored for their efforts to bring about better understanding and awareness of diversity, inclusion, and equity issues among chemical engineers.
Trying to find a gift for another chemical engineer, or need a gift for an aspiring engineer? Check out our guide to holiday gifts for chemical engineers.
Hear from a principal scientist at Schrödinger about how modeling is changing product development, and also hear his take on the trends and influences shaping the future of food processing.
Get a glimpse into the lives of some of the 2021 FOSSI scholars and learn about their achievements and aspirations.
Learn how one company is transforming its process safety culture, and hear predictions about where process safety practices, technology, and related regulatory issues are headed.
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