Sean Liu Engineering AssociateAIChEConnect on AIChE Engage ChEnected contributions Chaitanya Khare on Process Industry Digital Transformation Oct 7, 2019 . by Sean Liu The process industry is undergoing a digital transformation, and the right advice and insights can help you find the best path to transforming your operation. Christos Maravelias on the Computing & Systems Technology Division (CAST) Oct 1, 2019 . by Sean Liu Learn about CAST, its members, and its flagship conferences that take a close look at advances in computer-aided design and work to advance the field. Daniel MacEachran on Commercializing Industrial Biotechnology [Interview] Feb 19, 2019 . by Sean Liu Daniel will speak about brand owner engagement and how it's essential for the adoption of renewable materials and chemicals in the marketplace. Henk Noorman on Commercializing Industrial Biotechnology [Interview] Jan 29, 2019 . by Sean Liu Henk discusses some of the insights into fermentation computation that he will present at CIB and shares thoughts on future advances in industrial biotechnology. A Better Burger Jan 22, 2019 . by Sean Liu Join us for a detailed look into meat alternatives for a healthier environment. A Preview from Invited Conference Speakers at Commercializing Industrial Biotechnology 2019 Jan 9, 2019 . by Sean Liu Hear from invited speakers about what you can expect to learn at this event and about what they see in the future for the commercialization of industrial biotechnology. The Food Industry Responds to Consumer Demands Nov 28, 2018 . by Sean Liu Consumers have grown used to having information at their fingertips, which has bred greater awareness about healthy eating and demand for transparency. Harold Schmitz on Food Innovation and Engineering [Interview] Nov 26, 2018 . by Sean Liu We speak with Harold Schmitz of Mars, Incorporated about food innovation and engineering. Technical Entity Trends: Engineer Your Gut Aug 31, 2018 . by Sean Liu Humans have roughly 40 trillion bacterial cells in their bodies; up to 1,000 species of bacteria live in the human gut alone.