Chemical Engineering

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Chemical Engineering

Five Ways Chemicals Can Save the World From Climate Change

When it comes to the environment, the chemical industry doesn’t have the best reputation. Yet it has a... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Materials Science

Plastics of the Future May Be Made From Sulfur, Not Oil, Putting Waste to Good Use

What has chemistry ever done for me, you might ask? Just as Dustin Hoffman was told by one... Read more

Chemical Engineering

In Case You Missed It: Practical Principles of Plant Design

I am a highly experienced practical professional process engineer who has designed, commissioned and undertaken troubleshooting of many... Read more

Chemical Engineering

Creative Design in Chemical Engineering

Design is a creative human activity, as I spell out in chapter 1 of my book. I return... Read more

Chemical Engineering

Process Optimization in Chemical Engineering

It is the fond hope of engineering academics everywhere that design can be reduced to a problem that... Read more

Chemical Engineering

Professional Engineering in an Academic Setting

I can see no way to really teach the culture of professional engineering in an academic setting. Perhaps... Read more

Chemical Engineering

Beginner’s Mistake in Chemical Engineering Education

The most interesting aspect of teaching engineering is finding the things which students think they understand but do... Read more

Chemical Engineering

Professional Engineering in an Academic Setting

I can see no way to really teach the culture of professional engineering in an academic setting. Perhaps... Read more

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