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Five Ways to Celebrate Engineers Week 2023
Is there a young person in your life who is curious about STEM? Or want to get involved in sharing your enthusiasm for STEM with young people? Engineers Week offers lots of opportunities.
RAPID's Ignasi Palou-Rivera on Building Scale-Up Facilities
Learn how RAPID developed a network of testbed facilities to help its members develop, test, scale up, and carry out proof-of-concept demonstrations for process intensification and modular process technologies.
Preview the AIChE Annual Meeting in Phoenix
Want to know what’s happening in chemical engineering? Check out some of the upcoming highlights at this year’s AIChE Annual Meeting in Phoenix.
Video Tutorial: Partial Molar Enthalpy (Interactive Simulation)
Having trouble plotting partial molar values for non-ideal, binary mixtures? Check out this video for a tutorial that shows how an interactive simulation can be used to plot the values.
Video Tutorial: Introduction to Steam Distillation
Steam distillation is often used to remove a volatile oil from plant material. Learn why and understand how this process works.
Video Tutorial: Injecting a Liquid into an Evacuated Tank
This chemical engineering video tutorial describes how to use an interactive simulation that shows what occurs when a liquid is injected into an evacuated, isothermal tank.
Engineers Week 2022: Help Bring Engineering to K-12 Students
Looking for a way to share chemical engineering with students? Volunteer for Engineers Week, or profit from other AIChE opportunities.
Cato Laurencin Awarded the NAACP Spingarn Medal
Dr. Laurencin is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and currently serves on the AIChE Board of Directors.
Will It Cost Less to Scale Up or Number Up Your Process?
Chemical engineers often scale up processes, but there are times when numbering up a process could be more effective and economically beneficial.
Excel for Chemical Engineering Problems
Need to up your Excel game and boost efficiency at work? Check out the six tips in our Excel series designed for solving chemical engineering problems.
Engineers Week 2021: Help Bring Engineering to K-12 Students
Want to share your passion for chemical engineering or biological engineering with students? Volunteer for Engineers Week, or profit from other AIChE opportunities.
Video Tutorial: Using Excel Solver for Nonlinear Equations
If you need help with nonlinear equations and want to use Excel Solver for the task, this tutorial is for you. Looking for tips and courses on other topics? Read on.
Chem-E-Car Founder Scott Fogler Honored as 2020 Distinguished Professor
Scott Fogler, a long-time AIChE member and author of widely used chemical engineering textbooks, named Michigan Distinguished Professor
2020 Annual Meeting Technical Program Preview
Get a quick preview of the diverse topical conferences taking place online at AIChE's first Virtual Annual Meeting November 16–20.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2020 Awarded to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna
Charpentier and Doudna are recognized for their revolutionary discovery of the CRISPR/Cas9 genetic scissors.