CEP: December 2004 As you've probably heard, AIChE's recent initiatives in biotechnology, nanotechnology and sustainability are meeting with considerable success. The Society for Biological Engineering is holding conferences that bring disciplines and industries together to help realize the benefits of bioprocessing, biomedical and biomolecular applications... Share Selecting a Membrane Filtration System December2004Fluids and Solids HandlingWu Chen, Frank Parma Proper design and scaleup of a membrane filtration system requires an understanding of the availability of membrane material, pore size and module configurations. These practical guidelines will help in the selection process. Selecting Evaporators for Process Applications December2004Heat TransferWilliam B. Glover Evaluate product characteristics and process requirements to select among the various evaporator designs. Using Metrics to Track Progress of Community Outreach Programs December2004Environmental ManagementMary F. McDaniel, Richard D. Siegel, Michael J. Sullivan Use this process to develop metrics to help you understand how well you are implementing your community outreach program, as well as how to improve it. Consider Using Fluoropolymers in Biological Applications December2004MaterialsLauri Jenkins, Sharon Libert, Victor Lusvardi Even with the use of costly corrosion-resistant alloys, metal contamination continues to occur in the biologics industry, thus reducing product yield and activity. Fluoropolymers are emerging as a viable solution to this problem. Ace Those Difficult Interview Questions December2004Career CatalystKate Wendleton This strategic approach to interviewing will help you handle difficult questions with ease and success. 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.