Sonja Bradfield is the Social Media and Communications Specialist at AIChE.
If you know a student planning to attend an HBCU next year, this STEM scholarship could change their life.
Learn about the complex science behind making ice cream in this video, and check out the accompanying lesson plan that was created for high school and college classrooms.
On November 5th around 100 attendees, including K–12 students, their parents, and educators gathered at the 2023 AIChE Annual Meeting to participate in the K–12 STEM Showcase.
Hear from physician-scientist Ami Bhatt (Stanford) about the work in microbial genomics that she’ll be presenting this month in San Jose, CA.
Dr. Liao will receive the award at the Metabolic Engineering Conference taking place in Singapore organized by the International Metabolic Engineering Society (IMES).
Looking for ways you can help protect the planet as a chemical engineer for Earth Day 2023? Here are five ways that will have lasting effect.
Get a closer look at specialty areas with these LinkedIn technical communities for relevant content, news, and networking in advanced manufacturing, safety, and bioengineering.
Find internships, connect with new chemical engineering career opportunities and paths, access member-only benefits for your job search, and more.
Learn what you can do as part of AIChE and at the upcoming Spring Meeting and GCPS in Houston to help women advance in chemical engineering.
This video is an engaging teaching aid for high school and college students to help directed evolution and how it is being used to develop new tools for plastics recycling and more.
WISE internships give chemical engineering students the opportunity to research public policy topics for nine weeks in Washington and understand how chemical engineering and public policy can productively interact.
Do you know a STEM student headed to an HBCU who could benefit from a $40K scholarship? Tell them about FOSSI!
AIChE celebrated the contributions of Christophe Beck (Ecolab) and Michael K. Wirth (Chevron), and honored Paula T. Hammond (MIT) with the Doing a World of Good Medal.
As water becomes more scarce in many areas of the world, chemical engineers and others in the chemical sciences are finding new ways to harness previously disregarded sources and develop water recycling methods.