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Barr’s semantics about tear gas don’t fly. From Chemical and Engineering News @cenmag ⁩

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MHI Environmental & Chemical Engineering Co. received an order from Clean Authority of Tokyo to extend the life of the authority’s Minato waste-to-energy plant. #operations  #Maintenance  #news 

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Executive Editor, Science, C&EN: Washington, Outside The US (No State) American Chemical Society (ACS) Overview:  C&EN C&EN (Chemical & Engineering News) produces authoritative, award-winning journalism from… #MoreLatinosinNews 

Oklahoma State students will also work with experts and technologists at Baker Hughes to advance technologies in the areas of aerospace, mechanical, electrical, chemical and petroleum engineering.

We're getting closer to making artificial kidneys - chemical engineering researchers created a device that was able to filter blood in a way similar to biological nephrons in our kidneys

“I was definitely disappointed when I heard the news,” said Mia Hartman, an Apollo resident majoring in chemical and biomedical engineering.

Zhenan Bao, chair of the Stanfordchemical engineering department, has won the inaugural Disrupters and Innovators Prize from @ACSCentSci .

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"All those experiences made me who I am." From being a taxi driver to a professor of chemical engineering to becoming a Nobel Laureate - 2018 Chemistry Laureate Frances Arnold describes how a diversity of experiences shapes you as a human being.

"All those experiences made me who I am." From being a taxi driver to a professor of chemical engineering to becoming a Nobel Laureate - 2018 Chemistry Laureate@francesarnold  describes how a diversity of experiences shapes you as a human being. #IWD2020  #NobelPrize 

A Western Michigan University student has died after contracting the coronavirus, school and county health officials announced Sunday. The student, Bassey Offiong, was expected to graduate with a chemical engineering degree.

Dr. Mae Jemison’s love for science began at a young age. She was only 16 when she started at Stanford University for chemical engineering. Dr. Jemison would go on to break barriers as the first Black woman in space, conducting experiments on weightlessness and motion sickness.

"All those experiences made me who I am." From being a taxi driver to a professor of chemical engineering to becoming a Nobel Laureate - 2018 Chemistry Laureate Frances Arnold describes how a diversity of experiences shapes you as a human being.

#NobelPrize laureate Frances H. Arnold was born in 1956 in Pittsburgh, USA. She is the Linus Pauling Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA

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Most impressive guy I met this year: Army OLB Kenny Brinson>Won the GA HS wrestling title 3 times>Turned down Stanford for Army>Has won PatriotLeague discus & hammer throw titles>Chemical engineering major>GPA is 4.06 & he tutors other Cadets at the end of apacked daily schedu

Mae Jemison is an engineer, physician, and NASA astronaut. In 1977, she received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Stanford University and in 1981, earned a doctorate degree in medicine from Cornell University. 26 years ago today,…

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Lilia Ann Apron was the first African American woman to be awarded a PhD in Chemical Engineering. #STEMwomen  #InternationalWomensDay 

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