January 2017 Issue
Long-awaited emissions standard applies to certain composite wood products
Equipment selection can raise some under-appreciated problems
Consider how its cleanliness impacts your process
Four-year program will combine fulltime job with coursework
An effective solution often depends on art as well as basic science.
Smarter tools improve both productivity and documentation
Operators use real-time data to achieve significant savings
Checking some high-quality websites can provide crucial insights
“Essential Molecules Challenge” picks three projects for prizes and corporate collaboration
Chemical engineers developed a way to create inexpensive, portable, and wearable chemical sensors for detecting explosives and industrial pollutants.
Strength in key markets and feedstock advantages bode well for the industry
A variety of initiatives aim to improve expertise and effectiveness.
Shipments slipped but capacity utilization and the CAB rose slightly.
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The real culprit may not be obvious in a heat-integrated process.
Novel approach uses common low-cost tape to create a flexible waveguide.