3 hrs ago
New filter research has potential to boost Qatar's environment
Scientists backed by a Qatar National Research Fund grant have joined forces to develop the next generation of filters.
10 hrs ago
Clarence M. Nelson
Clarence M. Nelson died Wednesday, June 13, 2013, at Luke Haven, Village On The Isle, Venice, Fla.
14 hrs ago
Chemical engineers’ median salary soars to $120,000
Chemical engineers are pulling a median salary of $120,000, a 9 percent hike since 2011, according to the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Concise and compelling: the challenge of science writing
From the latest advances in cancer treatments to new developments in chemical engineering, science writers cover a wide range of complex subjects.
R & D
New synthesis could make biofuel more appealing for mass production
Massachusetts Institute of Technology chemical engineers have devised a cheaper way to synthesize a key biofuel component, which could make its industrial production much more cost effective.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
North Port Sun
William V. Andresen
William V. Andresen, 98, of Punta Gorda, Fla., and formerly of Kinnelon, N.J., passed away Thursday, April 4, 2013, at Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte, Fla., after a long and full life.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Green Car Congress
Wison signs long-term cooperation agreement with Foster Wheeler and...
Wison Engineering Ltd., China's largest private chemical engineering, procurement and construction contractor, has signed a cooperation agreement with a subsidiary in Foster Wheeler's Global Engineering and Construction Group and Clariant International AG to build a pilot plant to demonstrate Foster Wheeler's VESTA substitute natural gas ... (more)
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Centre Daily Times
Penn State research vice president Hank Foley leaving for Missouri post
The Penn State administrator who helped grow the university's research enterprise to more than $800 million and worked to revise its intellectual property policy is moving on to an executive position with the University of Missouri system, Penn State has announced.
Massachusetts State Police appeal clerk's decision not to issue...
State police are appealing a decision by a clerk magistrate not to issue criminal complaints against the group of seven people allegedly found trespassing at the Quabbin Reservoir after hours last month.
Auburn's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering names new associate dean
Steve R. Duke has been named associate dean for academics in Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, effective June 15, announced by Christopher B. Roberts, dean of engineering.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Orrstown's Aaron Harshman earns dean's list at Worcester Polytechnic
Aaron Harshman, Orrstown, a freshman majoring in chemical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester.
Santa Barbara Independent
UCSB Study Provides a New Framework for Understanding the Energetics of Ionic Liquids
Between them is the surface forces apparatus, used to measure the interactions between ions in ionic liquids.
Turning plant matter into fuel
Book by UC Riverside professor focuses on aqueous processing of cellulosic biomass, which includes wood, grasses, and agricultural and forestry residues, for conversion into fuel A University of California, Riverside professor in the Chemical and Environmental Engineering Department edited a recently published book that provides in-depth ... (more)
Penn State VP & Grad School Dean Jumps to UM
The University of Missouri announced that Hank Foley, who has worked at Penn State since 2000, would be appointed as vice president for academic affairs.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Amelia valedictorians and salutatorian say farewell to high school
Seniors Spencer Burton and Rebecca Cass were valedictorians. Senior Colten Eberhard was salutatorian.
Five are valedictorians of Rootstown Class of 2013
Having battled their way to the top, the five valedictorians of the Rootstown High School Class of 2013 are approaching their futures with excitement.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Solar power 'coating' being studied at UNB
An associate professor of chemical engineering at the University of New Brunswick is developing an economical alternative to solar panels - a coating people can use to paint their shingles or siding.
A personal account of translating discoveries in an academic lab
I started my first company in 1987 because I realized it was an effective path for transforming science into life-saving and life-improving inventions.
Based on Earlier Successes, NIH Awards New Study in Cancer Research to Virginia Tech's Chang Lu
Progress made in the technology development for studying protein-DNA interactions, conducted by Chang Lu , associate professor of chemical engineering and a core faculty member of the School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences at Virginia Tech, has led to the National Institutes of Health awarding a new project to continue his groundbreaking ... (more)
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Celebrations: May 23
The following graduates earned their bachelor's degrees, or other degrees as noted, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in December: from Muskego, Adelaide Blanchard , journalism, Joshua Fink , business administration, Kathryn Konicke , science, and Daniel Niepow , journalism; and from New Berlin, Nicholas Anderson , chemical engineering, John ... (more)