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  1. Career Catalyst Feature: Communicate

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Speaking and writing are skills we practice often, whether discussing an issue with a colleague or typing an email. Communication style, however, needs to be adapted to changing scenarios and applications.

  2. CEP: News Update

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Cutting to the Core of the Pulp and Paper Industry Modern papermaking began in 19th-century France with the invention of the Fourdrinier machine, a device that allowed papermakers to produce sheets continuously, rather than one at a time. Today’s papermaking machines are similar to the Fourdrinier...

  3. Small Data, Big Results

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Analyzing your monthly utility bill can reveal opportunities to reduce energy consumption and save money.

  4. Closing the Gaps in Cybersecurity

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    The cybersecurity industry suffers from an immense talent gap. As the need for tougher security measures in industrial facilities becomes dire, numerous organizations are creating training programs to build and strengthen cybersecurity education.

  5. Purchase a Qualified Valve for Your Operation

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Qualification testing benefits both the valve purchaser and manufacturer, as it ensures valves meet certain standards and functionality expectations.

  6. Best Practices for Video Presentations

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Virtual presentations, such as webinars or video conferences, can pose unique challenges. Give a successful presentation no matter the distance between you and your audience with help from this guide.

  7. Looming Deadline Prompts Cybersecurity Concerns

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    This is an extended version of the editorial that appeared in the November 2019 issue of CEP When a chemical engineer thinks about risk in a plant or facility, the first few things that come to mind may be chemical releases, overpressure and explosion, runaway reactions, natural disasters, or human...

  8. AIChE Journal Highlight: Probabilistic Modeling to Drive Pharmaceutical Development

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Over the past 15 years, the pharmaceutical industry has undergone much transformation. Drug targets ( i.e., proteins associated with a particular disease process) have grown more challenging and the molecules required to hit those targets have become more complex. The industry is under tremendous...

  9. Young Professionals Point of View: Cultivate a Fertile Network

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    The world is a small place. The theory of six degrees of separation (1) explains that a chain of social connections can connect any two people within six links — highlighting the power of networking. Meeting new people and expanding your network exposes you to new ideas. Even the most creative...

  10. Process Safety Beacon: What Does That Button Do?

    CEP Magazine article, November 2019

    Safety systems need to have a well-defined purpose. When activated, they must reliably respond as designed with the necessary action, such as in instances where a process must be stopped. The objective of a process control system is to keep the process within the critical safety control limits. (...

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