CEP: February 2006 Those who have been watching the marriage between nanotechnology and bioscience blossom are expecting great things from their union. Dubbed nanobiotechnology, the field involves nanofabrication techniques to produce materials and devices with compelling biological applications, including drug delivery, diagnostics, tissue engineering and therapeutics... Share Supplemental Nanobiotechnology Tables February2006SBE Special SectionThese tables offer a snapshot of the many companies, research organizations and universities working in nanotechnology, nanoscience, nanobiotechnology and other variations of the term that has been coined to describe a revolutionary approach to... Evaluating In Situ Bioremediation for Groundwater Cleanup February2006Environmental ManagementD. Jack Adams, Bart Faris, Dimitri VlassopoulosThis systematic approach can be used to assess the suitability of in situ bioremediation for a particular contaminated site. Tackling the Human Challenges of Facility Security February2006SafetyDennis A. Attwood, Bill EffronThe increased complexity of security systems may come at the expense of the user. Thus, they must be designed to match their operators' capabilities and limitations. Letter from the Executive Director of SBE and SBE News February2006SBE Special Section Fulfilling the Promise of Nanomedicine February2006SBE Special SectionRita D'Aquino with Tim Harper, Cristina Roman VasLeveraging nanotechnology in the life science industries has given scientists new tools with which they have the potential to transform the world of medicine. Applications in Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering February2006SBE Special SectionAli Khademosseini, Robert LangerNanotechnology is an emerging field that could potentially make a major impact on human health. Nanomaterials promise to revolutionize medicine and are increasingly used in drug delivery or tissue engineering applications. Cancer's Newest Deadly Foe February2006SBE Special SectionSuzanne A. ShelleyAn array of nanoscale developments are poised to revolutionize cancer diagnosis and drug discovery efforts, and create new ways to target the delivery of potent, often toxic drug therapies, while reducing their dose-limiting side effects. Get Your Investment Decisions Right February2006ManagementGerald Bode, Konrad Hungerbuhler, Gregory J. McRae, Reinhard SchomackerThis article describes state-of-the-art investment analysis techniques, shows how and why even reasonably good analyses can lead to bad decisions, and gives guidance on how to avoid mistakes when making investment decisions regarding chemical... Designing Experiments for the Modern Micro Industries February2006Computational MethodsPhillip H. WilliamsAlthough the sparsity of effects principle is still good advice, we need to be careful of emphasizing it too much -- to the point that it becomes an assumed practice, rather than a useful rule of thumb. A ChE's Tradeshow Survival Guide February2006Career CatalystCynthia F. MasconeIt can be a jungle out there on the exhibit floor. Try these tips to help you make the most of your trade show visit. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.