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Category: Chemical Engineering

The only rambling I have for 2015…

Time flies. Flies so fast. I did not noticed that I have not posted anything in this Chemical Engineering World blog this year of 2015. My bad. I have been really fully occupied with numerous on-going tasks, projects and responsibilities. Fortunately, I still have time to muse a word or two in 2015. Well, nothing much to write here but just wanted to highlight few things of 2015. 2015 Grand Opening What a great way to open up 2015 with…

Stickers or Lasers? The Change in Tracking Produce

Recently, I reread a story discussing a technology in which lasers are used to mark produce with the goal of eliminating those little labels on everything from apples to zucchini.  As with most disruptive technologies, there are often unforeseen hurdles; consumer acceptance, immature technology, integration into business processes, etc. The laser marking technology was getting a lot of press a few years ago and it was projected to replace the produce stickers; aka Price Look-Up code (PLU) labels.   The…

We’re hiring a designer! | NPR Visuals

By Brian Boyer | June 26, 2015 Love to design and code? Want to use your skills to make the world a better place? We’re a crew of visual journalists (developers, designers, photojournalists…lots of things) in the newsroom at NPR headquarters in sunny Washington, DC. We make charts and maps, we make and edit pictures and video, we help reporters with data, and we create all sorts of web-native visual stories. (And yeah, sometimes it’s kind of weird…

Chemical Engineering World Featured in Web Technology USA

For a small chemical engineering blog like this, it is a great pleasure and recognition when another website, Web Technology USA, feature us as their content. WEB TECHNOLOGY USA is a directory of technology websites. This directory is a good place to start when looking for a list of the top technology websites, blogs and forums. Promising websites are selected from the listing to be the featured websites of the week. The website also posts Press Releases from leading technology…

The Importance of Being An Expert in Something

Let me ask you a question: “What is the one thing you are expert in?” Can you give me a fast straight forward answer without taking up to 1 minute to think? If you can answer this question in just a matter of seconds, then you confidently know what you are good at. That’s good. It doesn’t matter if the thing you are expert in is associated with academic or not. It can be sport, science, social science, arts, IT…

Chemical Engineering Master and/or Ph.D student(s)

I completed my Ph.D study last year and it has been a great experience, I must say. I am going to continue doing research mainly because I am very interested to conduct research, I love publishing my work, I like presenting my work in conferences as well as I want to contribute to the advancement of technology and knowledge. Hence, in order to continue the research culture, I am currently looking for master and/or PhD student to work on a…

To A Glorious 2014 Year

I hope it is not too late to wish you a happy new year. Happy new year and I wish 2014 will be a successful and fruitful year for all of you.  I have been missing from blogging regularly here recently. It has been due to my hectic daily task and me myself as a family man.  Career wise, towards the end of 2013, I was fully occupied to prepare, defend and correct my Ph.D thesis. Bottom line, the important…

ChBE UGrads @ GaTech: Bridging Science and Art

Please join us on Wednesday, October 16th in the Auditorium of the Architecture Building on the Georgia Tech Campus as Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann reads from his selected works, and comments on science and poetry. The reading is 3-4pm with a reception to follow. Awarded the 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on chemical reaction theory, Roald Hoffmann is a poet and playwright whose work has explored subjects from the Holocaust to the World of Chemistry. His recent…

Chemical Engineering World: Industrial Welded Mesh Wires

Industrial welded mesh is basically a screen that is made of metal with wires that are placed in a crisscross way. This mesh is made of stainless steel wire ( or sometimes in other materials depending on its application) to avoid corrosion and rust. The industrial welded mesh is generally used for a number of purposes and available in different sizes and shapes. It is very much related to the engineering, procurement and construction industry. Application of Industrial Wire Mesh…

How did thay do that? Great Infographic

As an engineer, it is imperative for us to have basic and extra knowledge and facts. It is useful for our communication and personal usage at work and at home. Imagine the faces of your subordinate, friends, superior, family when you tell them these interesting and fun facts. With that in mind, I would like to share this superb infographic that contains various information that is related to us, engineers. The source of this infographic is from www.bestonlineengineeringdegree.com. Check it…