Arthur Baulch is Managing Editor, Journals for AIChE. He has worked in chemical engineering journals for 26 years as Copy Editor, Production Editor, Journal Specialist, and Managing Editor.
Strategies for repurposing existing antiviral drugs, such as modifying how they are dosed, administered, and delivered, could them an important part of fighting COVID-19 until a vaccine is available.
Free access is available for two months to this important process safety publication featuring highlights from Loss Prevention Asia 2019 (LPA 2019).
The new article “Nanoparticles in the Clinic: An Update” by Samir Mitragotri (Harvard) and Aaron C. Anselmo (UNC Chapel Hill) is already generating lots of attention.
A special issue will shine the spotlight on early-career chemical engineers and their pioneering research.
An impressive lineup of women leaders gathered at GCPS in New Orleans to discuss career paths, challenges, and and more.
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.
The article “A Novel Mammalian Cell Line Development Platform Utilizing Nanofluidics and OptoElectro Positioning Technology” is drawing tremendous attention.
A recent article in Bioengineering & Translational Medicine on the subject of developing a biochemical test for autism spectrum disorder is drawing widespread attention.
Once a non-topic, misfolded and aggregated proteins are drawing a lot of attention, and an article that singles out high-quality publications on these topics is in the spotlight.