EMILY FRANGENBERG is the Managing Editor of Chemical Engineering Progress (120 Wall St., 23rd Fl., New York, NY 10005; Email: email@example.com, Phone: (646) 495-1347). She edits CEP feature articles, which cover topics ranging from distillation and heat exchange to process control and safety, and is responsible for preparing the Catalyzing Commercialization, Journal Highlight, and Safety Minute columns for publication each month. She received a BS in chemical engineering from Villanova Univ.
Help define the direction of chemical engineering research priorities, education, and practice at the 2019 Annual Meeting in Orlando.
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Hear how the AIChE staff team put little brewing experience but much enthusiasm to work in this year's beer brewing competition.
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