The Binding Undertones Of A Movie Reel

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Pritha Jain The global movie industry is roughly valued at around millions of dollars, but when broken down to the initial commodity that started it all, the answer is all but one word: ‘chemicals’. Initially, the film industry used a multitude of chemical compounds like photo developing agents...Read more

Whispers Of The Killer's Canvas

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Arin Saha Failure. Twenty years with the same word repeatedly. Me and my team have tried every method possible to get a hold of the man who continues to haunt people’s sleep. When I got into this line of work, I envisoned it to be a smooth one victory after another. I dreamed of being the hero I...Read more

Exploring The New Dimensions Of Sustainability

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Shivam Pathak Typically, sustainability is viewed as a framework for developing economic and social policies that are in harmony with environmental considerations. The traditional definition of sustainability remains disputed for certain cases; thus a fresh conceptual framework is required to solve...Read more

Deep Learning

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Sahil Pani Over the years deep learning has emerged as a game changing field within the broader scope of artificial intelligence (AI). This advanced technology has made its way into applications ranging from recognizing images and understanding language to powering self-driving cars and aiding in...Read more

Duplication Digest Of Cloning

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Prerit Sachdev Gene moderations have been a part of the scientific community from 1973, changing the course of human evolution altogether. Evolving not only from scratch but also evolving their environment in the process as well. Being the closest to chimpanzee, the homo sapiens have always showed...Read more

The Tale Of Glowing Battalions

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Anushka Darda Science and miracles have been at a tug-of-war since the beginning of time. In matters of death, miracles are invariably victorious. Nature, however, never fails to astonish mankind. The battlefield of Shiloh experienced one such scientific miracle. The battle was the bloodiest one in...Read more

The Urge To Kill

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Jefin Mathew The stage is the ancient Greek Capital Constantinople. The period is set somewhere in the 7th century. The protagonists on stage are the mighty Byzantines. The antagonists are the equally enthralling Arab empire. The plot as any medieval war story would, revolves around the conquest of...Read more

Cosmic Candles

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Kaajal A. Rai Think of a supernova as a massive cosmic fireworks display in outer space. When a large star, which is heavier than the Sun, runs out of fuel to burn, it explodes. The star's core explodes like a balloon, causing a catastrophic implosion. An explosion caused by this collapse is...Read more

Can Explosives Be Used As Medicine?

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Vidushi Dixit While scientific progress always expands our understanding of the world, some discoveries continue to astound us by defying our expectations in novel ways. Here, we delve into the fascinating realm of explosives, where the line between destruction and salvation is blurred. This topic...Read more

Projects Around the World

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O amor cura To start our series of posts publicizing projects carried out by student chapters around the world, we present " O amor cura " - Love Heals from Centro Universitário SENAI CIMATEC Student Chapter . The project O Amor Cura relies on donations and integrations made by volunteers so that...Read more

ESC Portrait: Parth Patel

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ESC Portraits offer insights into the lives and minds of our current members. Parth Patel is the Programming Director of the ESC and Vice President of AIChE Ahmedabad University Student Chapter. What was your introduction to AIChE? My name is Parth Patel currently pursing Chemical Engineering from...Read more

ESC Portrait: Smriteek Dash

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ESC Portraits offer insights into the lives and minds of our current members. Smriteek Dash is the chairperson of the Sister Chapter (ESC 20-21) and International Relations Head, AIChE-VIT. What got you interested in AICheE? My name is Smriteek Dash and I am currently in my third year, pursuing...Read more

ESC Portrait: Aura Cristina Ramírez Ramírez

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ESC Portraits offer insights into the lives and minds of our current members. Aura Cristina Ramírez Ramírez is a member of the Sister Chapter. What got you interested in ChemE? “Plot twist” could be a good start to tell you all about myself. Ever since I was little, languages were my goal in life...Read more

AIChE Student Chapter Faculty Advisor Appreciation Week

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During the week of April 22nd, the ESC and Student Chapters celebrated the AIChE Student Chapter Faculty Advisor Appreciation Week in an effort to show our appreciation and recognition for faculty advisors. Student Chapter leaders were asked to nominate faculty advisors whose help and insight...Read more

Local Sections & Your Student Chapter

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With dozens of sections in multiple countries, AIChE Local Sections can be a valuable resource for any of AIChE's Student Chapters. However, if your Student Chapter isn't already engaged in activities with a Local Section, you might be unfamiliar with them and what they do. Mary Lynch , Local...Read more

Student Chapter Feature: Texas A&M Invests in Underclassmen

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By Yogi Paturu Texas A&M University’s strong sense of community stems from programs that invest in underclassmen. The student chapter of AIChE at A&M is no exception. Similar to the four day Freshman orientation camp that the university sets up, AIChE Sophomore Retreat is a chemical...Read more