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Nortel  Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston
Nortel Secure Router 3120

Nortel Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston

Filed in Secure Server for Sale by on April 28, 2016 0 Comments • views: 308

SUPPORT THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING NEWS WEBSITE! Nortel Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston. For sale by owner, excellent condition, price negotiable ($150 or best offer) – email our webmaster Konrad at konrad.kociszewski@gmail.com or call/text his cell phone at 312-287-3611. Thank you! -Paulina and Konrad

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Nortel  Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston
Nortel Secure Router 3120

Nortel Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston

Filed in Secure Server for Sale by on April 28, 2016 0 Comments • views: 308

SUPPORT THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING NEWS WEBSITE! Nortel Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston. For sale by owner, excellent condition, price negotiable ($150 or best offer) – email our webmaster Konrad at konrad.kociszewski@gmail.com or call/text his cell phone at 312-287-3611. Thank you! -Paulina and Konrad

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Rarest Minerals in the World Classified and Cataloged by Scientists
American Mineralogist

Rarest Minerals in the World Classified and Cataloged by Scientists

Filed in Chemical Engineering News, mineralogy by on February 14, 2016 0 Comments • views: 1466

Scientists have cataloged 2,500 of the Earth’s rarest minerals. Their scarcity is such that the entire global supply of most of those minerals wouldn’t be enough to fill up a shot glass. Each of those ‘rocks’ can be found in no more than five locations around the World. In the most extreme example of this scarcity […]

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9 Quick Femtochemistry Facts to Impress Your Boss
Femtochemistry

9 Quick Femtochemistry Facts to Impress Your Boss

Filed in Chemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering Careers, Femtochemistry by on February 13, 2016 0 Comments • views: 1568

Have you heard of femtochemistry? Maybe you’re aware of it from some vague reference, but you’ve never read further into it than that. Or maybe this is the first time you’ve ever seen the word. Either way, while this subfield of science is definitely a small niche, there’s value in knowing more about it. Here […]

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Half a Dozen Funny Laboratory Pictures
Funny Lab Pictures

Half a Dozen Funny Laboratory Pictures

Filed in Funny, Funny Chemical Engineering Pictures by on February 12, 2016 0 Comments • views: 1649

Half a dozen funny photos from the laboratory, because why not?!

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New Nanotech Detection of Nucleic Acids – Biomarkers of Cancer and Viruses
cancer

New Nanotech Detection of Nucleic Acids – Biomarkers of Cancer and Viruses

Filed in Nanomedicine, Nanotechnology, Nanotechnology News, News by on February 12, 2016 0 Comments • views: 1365

A proof of concept of a new technology to detect disease biomarkers in the form of nucleic acids has been published in the online edition of the Nano Letters journal. This new medical application of nanotechnology has been proposed by a research team from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC. The head of the research team and an assistant […]

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Chemical Engineers Encouraged to Become Whistleblowers by IChemE
Chemical Engineer Whistleblowers

Chemical Engineers Encouraged to Become Whistleblowers by IChemE

Filed in Chemical Engineering News, News by on January 17, 2016 0 Comments • views: 1415

Institution of Chemical Engineers – IChemE – has revised its Rules of Professional Conduct and Disciplinary Regulations by introducing language that encourages active practitioners of the chemical engineering art to ‘low their whistles’ in the event when the chemical engineer witnesses a situation where public good is being compromised by the action of their employers.

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What is Pump–Probe Spectroscopy and Pulsed Laser Spectroscopy?
Pulsed Laser Spectroscopy

What is Pump–Probe Spectroscopy and Pulsed Laser Spectroscopy?

Filed in Academics, Chemical Engineering by on January 1, 2016 0 Comments • views: 661

Pump–probe spectroscopy is the simplest approach and one of the most common techniques utilized in Femtochemistry. Also known as time-resolved spectroscopy, Pump-probe spectroscopy is the study of dynamic processes in materials or chemical compounds by using spectroscopy, that is the study of the interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation. Process study occurs during illumination of the subject material, although the technique […]

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Musca Law Reviews Chemical Engineering and Law Firm Careers

Thanks to his 9 to 5 job, Konrad, one of our staff writers here at Chemical Engineering News, has an opportunity to meet (and work with) multiple lawyers all over United States. He was able to convince John P. Musca, a Florida attorney and Owner/President of Musca Law Firm, to donate his valuable time and share […]

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Graphene Stock Worth Investing In

Every once in a while scientists stumble upon something so interesting that the term they coin for it quickly becomes a buzzword which then buzzes itself out of the lab and into the mainstream. When it does hit the mainstream, it inevitably catches the attention of investors. Such was definitely the case with nanotechnology stocks we’ve […]

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AbbVie

[Breaking News] AbbVie’s $21 Billion Bid to Buy Pharmacyclics, a Cancer Drugmaker, Goes Through!

AbbVie announced Wednesday it will buy cancer drugmaker Pharmacyclics in a $21 billion deal. Publicly traded AbbVie Pharmaceuticals (ABBV) that has only split from Abott Laboratories on January 1st 2013 (officially) has finally mad a move towards expansion by reached a deal to acquire the cancer drugmaker Pharmacyclics (PCYC) for rouhly $21 billion, the company announced Wednesday.

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Saturn’s Moon Titan May Host Life Thanks to Liquid Methane, Chemical Engineers Say
Astronomy

Saturn’s Moon Titan May Host Life Thanks to Liquid Methane, Chemical Engineers Say

According to a group of chemical engineers and cosmobiologists, Titan – often referred to as Saturn VI – may host conditions that would allow for life to thrive and survive on its surface. We already know that the largest Luna Saturni is only natural satellite in our Solar System that has a dense atmosphere. We also know […]

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Nanodiamonds Used to Create Hydrogen Through Detonation Synthesis
Hydrogen Production

Nanodiamonds Used to Create Hydrogen Through Detonation Synthesis

Nanotechnology never ceases to amaze me – nanodiamonds, detonation synthesis, all that trouble to make hydrogen? Sounds odd but it gets really interesting as you read the entire paper entitled “Ethanol and methanol steam reforming on transition metal catalysts supported on detonation synthesis nanodiamonds for hydrogen production.” The authoring of the paper was a collaborative […]

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Asteroid Mining Company, NASA, Will Explore Stocks of Planetary Resources After Manned Mars Mission Flight in 2020 views: 5446

In 2010, President Barack Obama cancelled the NASA Constellation program – the United States’ return trip to the moon- but identified a new target instead.  In preparation for a manned Mars mission flight in 2020, America would travel to a near-Earth asteroid.

Nortel Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston views: 308

SUPPORT THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING NEWS WEBSITE! Nortel Secure Router 3120 for Sale in Chicago, IL – Located in Evanston. For sale by owner, excellent condition, price negotiable ($150 or best offer) – email our webmaster Konrad at konrad.kociszewski@gmail.com or call/text his cell phone at 312-287-3611. Thank you! -Paulina and Konrad

Rarest Minerals in the World Classified and Cataloged by Scientists views: 1466

Scientists have cataloged 2,500 of the Earth’s rarest minerals. Their scarcity is such that the entire global supply of most of those minerals wouldn’t be enough to fill up a shot glass. Each of those ‘rocks’ can be found in no more than five locations around the World. In the most extreme example of this scarcity […]

9 Quick Femtochemistry Facts to Impress Your Boss views: 1568

Have you heard of femtochemistry? Maybe you’re aware of it from some vague reference, but you’ve never read further into it than that. Or maybe this is the first time you’ve ever seen the word. Either way, while this subfield of science is definitely a small niche, there’s value in knowing more about it. Here […]

Half a Dozen Funny Laboratory Pictures views: 1649

Half a dozen funny photos from the laboratory, because why not?!

New Nanotech Detection of Nucleic Acids – Biomarkers of Cancer and Viruses views: 1365

A proof of concept of a new technology to detect disease biomarkers in the form of nucleic acids has been published in the online edition of the Nano Letters journal. This new medical application of nanotechnology has been proposed by a research team from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC. The head of the research team and an assistant […]

Chemical Engineers Encouraged to Become Whistleblowers by IChemE views: 1415

Institution of Chemical Engineers – IChemE – has revised its Rules of Professional Conduct and Disciplinary Regulations by introducing language that encourages active practitioners of the chemical engineering art to ‘low their whistles’ in the event when the chemical engineer witnesses a situation where public good is being compromised by the action of their employers.

What is Pump–Probe Spectroscopy and Pulsed Laser Spectroscopy? views: 661

Pump–probe spectroscopy is the simplest approach and one of the most common techniques utilized in Femtochemistry. Also known as time-resolved spectroscopy, Pump-probe spectroscopy is the study of dynamic processes in materials or chemical compounds by using spectroscopy, that is the study of the interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation. Process study occurs during illumination of the subject material, although the technique […]

Musca Law Reviews Chemical Engineering and Law Firm Careers views: 3175

Thanks to his 9 to 5 job, Konrad, one of our staff writers here at Chemical Engineering News, has an opportunity to meet (and work with) multiple lawyers all over United States. He was able to convince John P. Musca, a Florida attorney and Owner/President of Musca Law Firm, to donate his valuable time and share […]

Graphene Stock Worth Investing In views: 3464

Every once in a while scientists stumble upon something so interesting that the term they coin for it quickly becomes a buzzword which then buzzes itself out of the lab and into the mainstream. When it does hit the mainstream, it inevitably catches the attention of investors. Such was definitely the case with nanotechnology stocks we’ve […]

[Breaking News] AbbVie’s $21 Billion Bid to Buy Pharmacyclics, a Cancer Drugmaker, Goes Through! views: 2612

AbbVie announced Wednesday it will buy cancer drugmaker Pharmacyclics in a $21 billion deal. Publicly traded AbbVie Pharmaceuticals (ABBV) that has only split from Abott Laboratories on January 1st 2013 (officially) has finally mad a move towards expansion by reached a deal to acquire the cancer drugmaker Pharmacyclics (PCYC) for rouhly $21 billion, the company announced Wednesday.

Saturn’s Moon Titan May Host Life Thanks to Liquid Methane, Chemical Engineers Say views: 3748

According to a group of chemical engineers and cosmobiologists, Titan – often referred to as Saturn VI – may host conditions that would allow for life to thrive and survive on its surface. We already know that the largest Luna Saturni is only natural satellite in our Solar System that has a dense atmosphere. We also know […]

Nanodiamonds Used to Create Hydrogen Through Detonation Synthesis views: 2978

Nanotechnology never ceases to amaze me – nanodiamonds, detonation synthesis, all that trouble to make hydrogen? Sounds odd but it gets really interesting as you read the entire paper entitled “Ethanol and methanol steam reforming on transition metal catalysts supported on detonation synthesis nanodiamonds for hydrogen production.” The authoring of the paper was a collaborative […]