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CEP Magazine's editor in chief Cindy Mascone sat down with Carol Williams following her keynote at the Women's Initiative Committee (WIC) Networking Luncheon.
What is "Industry 4.0" and how will it affect the chemical industry's future? Dow's Billy Bardin sat down with Karen Fletcher, CEO of the RAPID Manufacturing Institute to discuss.
Following her welcoming keynote for the Fuels and Petrochemicals Division, Claire Cagnolatti joined ChEnected for a short conversation.
John Televantos of Arsenal Capital Partners received the AGILE Award and opened the 2017 AIChE Spring Meeting and 13th Global Congress on Process Safety.
A discovery that improves on a commonly used catalytic reaction used to break down methane could lead to significant energy savings and pollution reduction.
While widely seen as "junk" RNA, human non-coding RNAs may actually be functional, according to findings resulting from the recently completed atlas of human long non-coding RNAs.
Biomedical engineers at Duke University have devised an improved method for detecting the signs of cancer in a single cell using lasers and a camera.