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Particle analysis makes solid progress

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Plants benefit from real-time online measurements

Industry goes for the gold

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Olympics showcase some of chemical engineering’s best efforts

Seán Ottewell

Seán Ottewell is Chemical Processing's editor at large.

Did Persians Succeed With Chemical Weapons?

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Archaeologists unearth roots of chemical warfare in Roman times.

End Point: Can process engineers tame volcanoes?

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Macro-scale chemical engineering seeks to contain lava flow

Instrumentation: New Capabilities Boost Remote Monitoring

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Checking for leaks and other issues that can undermine environmental performance can be difficult for assets in isolated or hard-to-reach locations. Remote environmental monitoring technologies are providing an effective option in such situations.

Researchers burst a bubble

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The mechanism of homogeneous nucleation accepted for generations is wrong.

Technology whittles wooden barrier

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Process promises less-energy-intensive fibril extraction.

Are Secondary Particles the Culprits of Poor Air Quality?

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Studies point to the need to reassess air pollution.

Going from Cow to Cone Isn’t Easy

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Scientists unravel the process challenges posed by ice cream. Manufacturers gain a new perspective on their processes.

Tiny Particles Spark Big Debate

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Tiny Particles Spark Big Debate -- New report focuses on social and ethical issues of nanotechnology.

Atmospheric Simulations Modeling Improves

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Atmospheric Simulations Modeling Improves -- But can the cooling effects of human-generated aerosols be curbed?

Post-Graduate Studies Get A Boost

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Post-Graduate Studies in Chemistry Get A Boost -- Germany puts bio- and chemical engineering at heart of future prosperity.

Views on Alternative Fuels Differ

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Views on Alternative Fuels Differ -- Are biofuels a boon or a black hole for chemical engineering?

Robots Work on Reactor Removal

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Robots Work on Reactor Removal -- Decommissioning proves just as daunting as constructing nuclear facilities

Process Flare-up Leads to Blacklist Fear

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Process Flare-up Leads to Blacklist Fear -- Dispute over refinery project may make investors wary

Interest in Molecular Sieve Films Grows

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Interest in Molecular Sieve Films Grows -- Chemical engineers overcome membrane boundary defect hurdle

REACH Expands Its Range

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REACH Expands Its Range -- Study shows cost of animal testing will significantly increase

Groups Work to Counter the Counterfeiters

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Groups Work to Counter the Counterfeiters -- Companies pitch in to foil fake pharmaceuticals.

Are Chief Execs Paid Too Much?

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Are Chief Execs Paid Too Much? Engineer applies economic entropy to analyze CEO's salaries.

Benefits Beckon in Heat Transfer

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Benefits Beckon in Heat Transfer -- Developments provide operational and economic improvements.

Productivity and Skills Get Thorough Exam

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Productivity and Skills Get Thorough Exam -- Blueprint identifies improvements for U.K. engineering construction sector.

Transboundary Emissions Battle Looms

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Transboundary Emissions Battle Looms -- Refurbishing Czech power plant could potentially sink Micronesia.

U.K. Risks Losing Chemical Company Headquarters

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U.K. Risks Losing Chemical Company Headquarters -- Firms threaten moves because of tax policy.

Researchers Assess Mixture Toxicology

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Researchers Assess Mixture Toxicology -- Study shows chemical cocktails pose greater levels of toxicity.

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