January 2012 Issue
This year's lineup covers a broad range of critical topics.
An audacious plan for a new applied-science graduate school attracts major universities.
Skid-mounted stacks convert hydrogen directly into electricity.
Tool enables real-time monitoring of how viscosity of liquids changes during a production process.
Specially oriented metal surfaces boost prospects for heterogeneous catalysis.
A variety of factors influence performance.
Several steps can help handle gasoline-laden vent gas.
Silver-based antimicrobial pesticide is first such product to gain conditional registration.
Outdated P&IDs can lead to tragedy
Several petrochemical examples highlight energy efficiency.
Making a correct choice requires an understanding of hose components.
Real-time measurements lead to better uptime and other benefits.
Choosing the right techniques is key.
Prize hopes to boost recognition of engineering advancements.
US chemical makers face challenges but are gaining a competitive edge