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Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig lauds the release of a new edition of a long-time engineering favorite.
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
Industry faces the threat of draconian demands from Congress as chemical plants remain an attractive targets for terrorism attacks, according to Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief of Chemical Processing.
Problems with Chinese manufacturing go well beyond defective and dangerous products, Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief, notes in this month's installment of From the Editor.
European Union mandates have impacted products produced and sold in the U.S., and will ultimately affect the chemical industry, according to Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.
Chemical engineering students deserve better teachers, according to Chemical Processing's Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.
Executives say chemical industry must focus more on employee retention, according to Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig, in his monthly column.
Columns often present abundant opportunities for improvement, says Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig in his monthly column.
A successful approach demands looking at more than maintenance, advises Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig, in his monthly column.
The key to the long-term vitality of a chemical corporation does not lie in its business acumen, but in its ability to continue to make innovative chemicals. Editor in chief Mark Rosenzweig says executives should show more enthusiasm for this process.
Industry should welcome the new, first-ever federal security rules, advises Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig in this month's From the Editor column.
Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig disects a new edition of the pre-eminent handbook for chemical engineers in this month's From the Editor column.
A visit to Honeywell's Geismar plant reminded Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig how to integrate security and control.
Call It "Dereliction of Duty" -- Chemical companies too often don't exercise enough care when deactivating units.
The 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering is nearly upon us, and "industry people" need to have a larger presence at these types of meetings, says Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.
This long-time symbol of engineering has retained its value, says Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig in his monthly column.
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.
Inputs from those on the front lines of the field are essential for doing my job right, says editor Mark Rosenzweig.
Engineering school experts come up with a way to repair a major subway tunnel without shutting it down completely; in contrast, chemical engineering schools snub working more with industry, said Mark Rosenzweig.
Mark Rosenzweig explains the CP’s article submission process designed to provide readers with practical, impartial and generic guidance.
Longest-serving editor embodied the best of the profession. Mark Rosenzweig pays tribute to the late Nick Chopey.
Check out a different approach to safety analysis and a valuable new reference in this month's column from Editor Mark Rosenzweig.
Team looking at BPs safety failings benefited from its diverse membership. Editor Mark Rosenzweig interviews panel member Dennis Hendershot for an insider's perspective.
The chemical industry is making environmental progress but needs stretch goals, says Mark Rosenzweig, in this month's From the Editor column.
Editor Mark Rosenzweig discusses how an actor is drawing attention to thriving plants and the importance of manufacturing, in this month's From the Editor column.