AIChE would like to thank its multiple guest authors for the ChEnected blog. Browse posts below that cover a variety of topics.
...calling for your papers, that is. The 35th Industrial Energy Technology Conference (IETC) is soliciting technical papers for its conference to be held May 21–24, 2013, in New Orleans, LA.
To help young engineers make the transition from academic success to a thriving career and make the most of important early work years, Todd Willman will be speaking to the YPs at 8:00 pm EDT.
This fall in Pittsburgh a one-and-a-half day workshop is scheduled to bring together experts to discuss current water management technologies and process utilized to address water use and impacted water disposal.
Want to navigate the solar system without having to buy that expensive spacecraft? Jon Nguyen demos Eyes on the Solar System, free-to-use software from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory that was create for exploring the planets, moons, asteroids, and spacecraft that rotate around our sun in real-time.
Congratulations to Eleftherios Terry Papoutaskis for being the recipient of this year’s James E. Bailey Award. Read more about his work and upcoming lecture at the Annual Meeting.
Congratulations to Kyle Lampe of Stanford University, winner of the poster session at SBE's 6th International Conference on Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (ICBN).
Nikala Gigliotti, an undergraduate in biomolecular engineering at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, attended the 6th annual International Conference for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (ICBN) at the University of California at Berkeley and shares photo highlights.
For decades, researcher Mina Bissell pursued a revolutionary idea: a cancer cell doesn't automatically become a tumor, but rather, depends on surrounding cells for cues on how to develop. She shares the two key experiments that proved the prevailing wisdom about cancer growth was wrong.
Our bodies are covered in a sea of microbes -- both the pathogens that make us sick and the "good" microbes, about which we know less, that might be keeping us healthy. At TEDMED, microbiologist Jonathan Eisen shares what we know, including some surprising ways to put those good microbes to work.
Jonathan Foley shows how agriculture and land use may be the biggest challenge to the global environment. He looks at how these issues could grow even larger as we look to feed over 9 billion people in the future.
The Minority Affairs Committee (MAC) and the AIChE Foundation are working together to support the Minority Affairs Committee Scholarship Fund. This fund promotes activities that encourage the education and training of minorities in engineering and related disciplines through student scholarships and mentoring programs.