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Chemical engineers have developed an MOF that promises to greatly reduce energy consumption in the propylene-propane separation process.
A new catalyst that is eight times as fast as current technology could change the world of fuel cells.
This issue delves into process intensification, modularization in chemical processing, and takes a look at characterizing adsorbents for gas separations—plus much more.
This May, AIChE will help connect chemical engineers and employers through the AIChE Virtual Career Fair.
A new experimental broad-spectrum antiviral drug could be used to combat the type of virus that causes the common cold and pneumonia, as well as more lethal viruses such as SARS and MERS.
Technique allows for the observation of how cells and molecules react in their natural environment, presenting possibilities for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications.
A new report released by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and control (ECDC) emphasizes that antimicrobial resistance remains one of the greatest public health threats today.
AIChE member Wendy Young spoke with us for a few minutes at a recent conference to speak with us about some of the topics on her mind as a chemical engineer.
Wind energy can now be more sustainable than ever, thanks to recyclable resin with low-energy production requirements.
Researchers have discovered a cellular messenger, dubbed the exomere, that may help explain how cancer cells spread through the body.
A team of researchers at the University of York have discovered a set of enzymes in fungi that could help make wood an even more promising source for advanced biofuels.
A microbe's ability to ingest methane opens the doors for potentially producing various product precursors in an environmentally friendly way.
By targeting surfaces people touch frequently throughout the day, this self-cleaning material kills microbes to stop the spread of disease.
If you need to visualize a distribution or estimate probability, then a histogram in Excel is probably what you’re looking for.