AIChE would like to thank its multiple guest authors for the ChEnected blog. Browse posts below that cover a variety of topics.
The paper industry has a great effect on not only forests but also on water resources and carbon dioxide emissions.
You and your employer can both benefit immensely from attending an AIChE conference. Here are some tips for making your case to attend.
Achieving success in your new job may require some skills that you did not learn in college. Take advantage of some advice here that's based on one chemical engineer's experiences as the new employee.
Increasing number of young professionals pursuing PhDs far outstrips the number of tenure-track faculty positions available, making an academic career the exception today rather than the rule.
Every year, the AIChE Annual Meeting gathers hundreds of chemical engineers from around the globe and provides an excellent platform for knowledge transfer.
A chemical engineering degree makes you more than ready for a wide variety of careers, including those that are usually considered nontraditional.
Congratulations to those of you who are graduating this month! This is a monumental time in your life. If you already have a job lined up, you are ready to walk across the graduation stage and into your future career.
This fall we're featuring some of our top posts of all time. This great Excel series, which starts with the post below, is a perennial favorite. Check it out If you've not yet had the pleasure.
Anyone with an Internet connection can tap into MIT's Department of Chemical Engineering through the university's video library. You'll find videos from top faculty on a wide variety of topics.
Engineers at Columbia and Georgia Tech use MoS2 to open the doors for piezoelectric generators that could turn clothing into a power source.