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American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

Integrate innovation into product development and manufacturing

American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) standards cover the latest topics from safety and environmental issues to technological advances in heat transfer and separations. This standards collection directs the safe manufacture, use and disposal of chemical products. Active guidelines, practices, handbooks and manuals are included. AIChE standards ensure you can:

  • Maintain acceptable safety levels
  • Update manufacturing processes
  • Minimize risk

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Mar 27

Woman of the Week – Florence Bascom

Apart from being one of the first females to master in Geology, Florence Bascom was known for her innovative findings in the field. She led a generation of notable female geologists and was the first woman hired by the United States Geological Survey. She was born in Williamstown, Massachusetts in

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Building Blocks are Off-the-Wall

When I was in architecture school, our professors routinely asked us what had brought us to architecture. Was it visiting Fallingwater as an impressionable infant? Was it a crazed ambition to become the next Gehry or Zaha? (Za-who?) Was it the instinctive wrongness of cookie-cutter office buildings?

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