Food (Chemicals & Materials)

CEP: News Update

July
2018
News Update
Nanomaterials Restore Aged Canvases Researchers at Chalmers Univ. of Technology in Göteborg, Sweden, have developed a new method to provide structural support to canvas using nanomaterials. The method, called consolidation, treats the degraded...

The Kitchen Chemist

Archived Webinar
Feb 28, 2018
In this webinar, Dr. Hartings explores several areas where home cooks have performed intricate and amazing chemistry while developing new recipes. His presentation focuses on examples of kitchen...

Chocolate Engineering: Structure, Rheology, and Bloom

Archived Webinar
Jan 25, 2018
Chocolate - it’s a lot more complex than it looks. Take this webinar to better understand the properties of chocolate and the difference they make. In 60 minutes, delve into the chemical properties...

Chemical Reactivity Management

Archived Webinar
May 10, 2017
Could there be potential reactive hazards in your facility you’re not aware of? Don’t let undesired reactions lead to uncontrolled situations and reactive chemical incidents. In this ioKinetic...

AIChE Journal Highlight: Innovating Food to Suit Consumers’ Needs

January
2018
Journal Highlight
Food engineering (FE) has been important in bringing ubiquitous, abundant, safe, varied, and cheap food to a large proportion of the world’s population. However, modern consumers expect food suppliers ( e.g., food processing industries, food service...

Engineering a Delicious Thanksgiving Feast

Archived Webinar
Nov 15, 2017
Cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year? Don’t leave out the science—the most important ingredient in a delicious Thanksgiving feast. Tune in to learn food scientist Guy Crosby’s...

The Flint Water Crisis - Explore What Occurred and How

Archived Webinar
Apr 8, 2016
The Flint water crisis created a perfect storm of drinking water issues, exposing 100,000 residents to unsafe drinking water. Join us to revisit what happened and how. In 60 minutes, you’ll...

Introduction to Surfactants

Archived Webinar
Dec 9, 2015
This session is a basic introduction to the types of surfactants found in industry, their properties, and how those properties translate into improved performance in specific applications...

Intro to Maintenance and Reliability

Archived Webinar
Mar 11, 2015
This presentation provides those in the process and discrete manufacturing industries an introduction to the best practices in Maintenance and Reliability aimed at improving uptime and productivity...

Cheers! The Chemistry of Wine

Archived Webinar
Feb 1, 2012
This webinar provides all the necessary information to fully appreciate this best companion of good food. It presents the history of wine as well as the chemical aspects of fermentation and of aging.

Molecular Gastronomy: The Science of Flavor

Archived Webinar
Oct 26, 2011
What gives food its flavor? What makes some foods taste really good while others can be mediocre or even disgusting? How far can science go in answering these and other questions that are so...

Tapping into the Chemistry of Beer and Brewing

Archived Webinar
Apr 6, 2011
This webinar puts the complexity of malting and brewing into readily accessible terms. Anyone interested in understanding the journey from grain, hops and yeast through to the world’s favorite...

November 2016 CEP Preview

November 9, 2016

In addition to this month's cover story on food irradiation, you'll find articles on condensate return systems, budgeting techniques, patent strategies, and much more.

Introduction to Electron-Beam Food Irradiation

November
2016
On The Horizon
Suresh D. Pillai
Nonthermal food processing technologies, such as X-ray and electron-beam irradiation, may be used to eliminate pathogens in raw foods, pasteurize delicate food products such as fresh produce, and perform phytosanitary treatment.

Innovations in Food Processing

March
2003
Fluids and Solids Handling
B. G. Swanson, M. F. San Martín, G. V.  Barbosa-Cánovas
Today's savvy consumers want processed foods to look freshly prepared, while still meeting all safety requirements. Conventional thermal treatments are inadequate to fulfill this demand. New nonthermal techniques, such as pulsed-electric fields, are...
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