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CEP: February 2006

Those who have been watching the marriage between nanotechnology and bioscience blossom are expecting great things from their union.

CEP: January 2006

Hydrogen, as the ultimate transportation fuel, has been the focal point for many discussions on the future energy economy.

CEP: December 2005

Two key areas that have been widely covered not only in CEP, but in the mainstream media, are energy security and the exponentially growing biotech sector...

CEP: November 2005

When Katrina made landfall, I was vacationing in Maine, where I did not have access to a radio, television or even the use of a mobile phone.

CEP: October 2005

For the greater part of the 20th century, chemical engineers have made significant contributions to the development, design, and efficient use of energy.Through conferences, Divisions and Forums, and member activities, AIChE continues to address o

CEP: August 2005

How do you define success? For me, it's achieving a proper work-life balance, where I get to spend time with my family, as well as having a meaningful and satisfying career.

CEP: July 2005

When I first heard that James D. Watson was the recipient of the 2005 Othmer Gold Medal given out by the Chemical Heritage Foundation, I was curious as to how his contributions tied into the world of chemical engineering and chemistry...

CEP: June 2005

The problems mentioned by Dr. Fthenakis in the April 2005 issue (p. 5) are critical and we have to start to deal with them immediately.

CEP: May 2005

In December 2002, scientists and engineers were elated thanks to an authorization bill, approved by Congress, that called for the doubling of the National Science Foundation (NSF) budget between the fiscal years (FY) 2002-2007...

CEP: March 2005

While hydrogen is clearly neither a magic bullet nor a short-term solution, we see no consensus as to what role hydrogen may ultimately play in future energy systems, or for how aggressively the U.S.