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The Bout is Over -- Record number of readers select technology leaders.
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Clouds of Concern Begin to Clear -- Survey reveals readers are regaining confidence in their job security
Readers' Choice Awards: Who Rises to the Call? Readers reveal which technology providers they consider the leaders.
2009 Salary Survey: Engineers Proceed With Caution -- Survey shows readers are concerned, yet confident in a down economy.
Navigating The Updated Web Site -- A recently re-vamped homepage aims to serve readers better.
Herere the most viewed items of 2008 on ChemicalProcessing.com.
Annual survey covers the bases with their technology provider all-stars in 45 categories
From the 2008 Powder Show: Mark Rosenzweig and Ken Schnepf bring you video interviews from Anhydro, Arizona Instrument, Gardner Denver, K-Tron and Readco Kurimoto
Survey results peak behind the curtain of readers' salaries and job satisfaction
Chemical Processings Plant Innovation Award is presented annually to recognize innovative solutions to processing problems at chemical plants throughout the world. Nominate a worthy candidate today.
For the first time at the Chem Show, a two-day workshop and symposium titled Nano 101 Nanomaterials Processing will provide an overview of the nanomaterials industry and market, synthesis and processing issues, safe handling and use of nanostructured materials and case studies on engineered ...
In its third year, Chemical Processings online salary and job satisfaction survey results provides reasons for optimism. The record 1,830 survey respondents answers indicate salaries, raises, bonuses and job satisfaction are all moving in a positive direction.
Both the short- and long-term job outlook appears positive for chemical engineers.
The equipment, services and suppliers selected to make a job easier greatly contribute to on-the-job success. The Readers' Choice survey identifies the leading vendors in more than 40 categories.
The majority of survey respondents told us that they are content with their salaries, benefits, and job fulfillment... so why are they so unsatisfied?
Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig congratulates the winners for CP's annual Vaaler awards, given to the products and services that most improve the operations and economics of plants.