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Get to know Chemical Engineering Acquisitions Editor, Kostas Marinakis at the 2014 AIChE Annual Meeting in Atlanta and see what hot titles he's publishing.
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Process safety management expert Ian Sutton discusses resource scarcity and extraction within an economically viable context.
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Information about the 34thCement and Concrete Science Conference plus a free chapter from Understanding the rheology of concrete.