Mark Rosenzweig

Former Editor-in-Chief

Mark Rosenzweig is Chemical Processing's former editor-in-chief. Previously, he was editor-in-chief of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers' magazine Chemical Engineering Progress. Before that, he held a variety of roles, including European editor and managing editor, at Chemical Engineering. He has received a prestigious Neal award from American Business Media. He earned a degree in chemical engineering from The Cooper Union. His collection of typewriters now exceeds 100, and he has driven a 1964 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk for more than 40 years.

It’s Time To Say Goodbye

Dec. 2, 2022
Mark Rosenzweig retires as Editor-in-Chief of Chemical Processing magazine.

Safety: What You Don’t Have Can’t Leak

Oct. 12, 2022
An icon of process safety offered much such wisdom

End The Drama At The Chemical Safety And Hazard Investigation Board

Aug. 29, 2022
Turmoil at the top has hobbled its essential work for far too long

Work From Home Wisely

July 25, 2022
Take some tips from a veteran of doing a job remotely

Greenhouse Gases: See The Forest Not Just The Trees

June 28, 2022
Chemical makers’ efforts on CO2 address only part of the problem

Decommissioning: Repurposing Sites Can Make Sense

June 1, 2022
A former pharmaceutical plant points up the possibilities

IChemE Celebrates Centennial

April 18, 2022
Organization remains an important force in the chemical engineering profession

Remember The West Fertilizer Explosion

March 22, 2022
Issues revealed by the incident nearly a decade ago demand ongoing vigilance

Industrial Safety: Dust Never Sleeps

Feb. 21, 2022
Allocate adequate attention to addressing its safety, health and other hazards

Corporate Citizenship: Sustainability Gets Attention But...

Jan. 28, 2022
Survey points up sizable gaps between intent and action

Forecasts Point To Improving U.S. Economy

Jan. 11, 2022
The American chemical industry won’t be alone in seeing an uptick

Process Safety Gaps Persist

Nov. 16, 2021
Survey shows corporate execution still nowhere near matches intention

Chemical Processing: Four Products Win 2021 Vaaler Awards

Nov. 2, 2021
Diverse innovative offerings earn laurels

Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates Celebrates Centennial

Sept. 21, 2021
Its diverse efforts aim to bolster the specialty chemicals industry

Chemical Industry: Keep Up With Evolving Codes

Sept. 1, 2021
Knowing the key differences between new and previous versions is important

Recycling: Plastics Require A Rethink

July 30, 2021
Policy paper promotes establishing a global treaty with three specific goals

Process Safety Program Launches

June 7, 2021
Collaborative initiative aims to boost competency of current workers.

Report Dives Into Water Security

May 3, 2021
Several key points emerge from the responses of a record number of companies

Environmental Protection: Don’t Call Them Strange Bedfellows

March 24, 2021
Chemical makers and environmental groups working together is a natural pairing

Chemical Engineering: Experience Counts

March 9, 2021
Trust people with insights honed over many years

Open Access Reaches A Milestone

Dec. 18, 2020
Expect easier availability of much research work

Cars Can Drive Circular Chemistry Ahead

Nov. 16, 2020
Report looks at automotive-focused initiatives, challenges and potential

ChemE Wins Genius Grant

Oct. 14, 2020
Professor receives award for using renewable resources to make chemicals

Process Safety: Peruse Pandemic Pointers

June 12, 2020
New publications offer insights about important issues

Consider Subtler Covid Consequences

May 15, 2020
The pandemic may prompt some rethinking about process equipment and careers

Anniversary: Earth Day Is Golden

March 25, 2020
Event focused on protecting the environment celebrates 50th anniversary

R&D: Collaboration Gets More Creative

Dec. 16, 2019
Unconventional approaches can foster innovation

Rethink College Chemistry Labs

Nov. 13, 2019
Engineering schools can use them to bolster understanding of process safety