CEP: November 2003 The future is here - nanotechnology, once a blue-sky topic, is slowly becoming a reality. As Tim Harper, Cristina Roman Vas and Paul Holister of Cientifica Ltd. note in our 16-page nanotechnology supplement (pp. 33S-48S), Over the past year, it seems as though 'nanotechnology' has become a household term.... Share Nano-technology: Fueling the Chemical Industry's Future November2003Special SectionDaniela L. Carrillo, Tim Harper, Paul Holister, Mindy Rittner, Mihail C. Roco, Cristina Roman VasNanotechnology, as a whole, is still an emerging area with the need to make progress in both scientific and technological terms before enormous commercialization of products may occur. Nevertheless, commercial products are out there — more in some... Preparing an Air Emissions Inventory November2003Environmental ManagementMarc KarellTo keep track of its emissions and its regulatory compliance status, a plant must perform a thorough, process-by-process emissions inventory. Troubleshoot and Optimize Chiller Performance November2003Fluids and Solids HandlingGuy LevyUse these guidelines to improve the performance of steam jet water chillers and find hidden savings in your plant. Conduct Successful Team Meetings November2003Career CatalystBarry M. WeinsteinPrepare effective agendas, minutes, status updates, and corrective action reports to make your meetings, as well as your projects, run more smoothly. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine? It’s easy to request permission to reuse content. Simply click here to connect instantly to licensing services, where you can choose from a list of options regarding how you would like to reuse the desired content and complete the transaction.