Chemical Engineering

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Chemical Engineering

The Chemical Engineering of Christmas

So what did chemical engineering ever do for Christmas? The Institution of Chemical Engineers did a blog post... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Oil & Gas

No Fracking Clue!

Without coming down on one side or the other, I cannot be the only person with a technical... Read more

Chemical Engineering

The Lessons of Expert Witness Work

Much of my professional practice nowadays is as an expert witness in commercial disputes where there have been... Read more

Chemical Engineering

Return of the Know-Nothings?

There have been a good number of articles about the implications of a Trump win for science, research... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry

#RealTimeChem Blog Carnival: Round-Up Two

It’s been another great week for #RealTimeChem, particularly with this weekend’s #WhatsCooking! To wrap up the week, we... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry

#RealTimeChem Blog Carnival: Round-Up One

Welcome to the first round-up of the 2016 #RealTimeChem blog carnival! Kicking off the week, and right on... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry

New Year, New Elements: Preview of the #RealTimeChem Week 2016 Blog Carnival

The leaves are changing here in New England, and that means… it’s almost time for the Blog Carnival... Read more

Chemical Engineering

How Can I Teach Process Plant Layout, and Why Should I?

I’m halfway through my final proofreading of what has become a thousand-page tome on process plant layout, based... Read more

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