AIChE would like to thank its multiple guest authors for the ChEnected blog. Browse posts below that cover a variety of topics.
If you're joining us in New Orleans for the Spring Meeting and GCPS, take the opportunity to improve your process safety knowledge.
Chairing for an AIChE meeting is a big job, but it also helps build a strong professional network that can serves for years to come.
Earning a degree is just the start, according to Chris Meda. Building a career takes a lot of meeting people, trying new things, and applying yourself. Hear her experiences and advice.
Confused by Reynolds Transport Theorem? This short video should help clear up many of your questions.
Networking is a great way to build your resume and professional contacts, and you can use it to develop leadership opportunities.
Imagine you want to make beer, and not just any beer, but great beer. Learn more about how this and other processes can be optimized using hybrid modeling.
If you're looking for a way to share you interest in chemical engineering with others, check out the Young Professionals Committee and their Spring 2014 S2YP Challenge.
Researchers have successfully created retinal cells that could ultimately be used to treat conditions such as macular degeneration.
Check out conference highlights and register for the 2014 AIChE Spring Meeting & GCPS in New Orleans.
Stephanie Lam of North Carolina State University talks about her poster on "Mechanism of Foam Stabilization by Biopolymers."
Meet Seth, a senior at Lafayette College, and learn what his plans are after college and what he recommends to incoming students and underclassmen.
Watch a video interview about the winning app, which calculates the phase equilibrium of non-reactive chemical species.