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June 1, 2011
So I called my son, Steve, and I asked him, “Which course sounds better to you, ‘Dealing with Difficult People’ or ‘Unacceptable Employee Behavior’?” Steve is a human resources specialist at a 2,000-employee company. He is not a member of the AIChE, but is instead a member of the ACHE, the American College of Healthcare Executives. Proof that the apple does not fall far...
September 1, 2007
The relationship between attorney and inventor is very important. A potentially valuable patent is involved, and the value of it is often dependent in large part on how well the inventor and attorney work together. It is very helpful if the chemical engineer as inventor has some basic knowledge of the patent system and what interacting with a patent attorney will be like, even before there is...
August 1, 2007
Chemical engineers, whether directly engaged in R&D or not, routinely deal with situations that are new and different, not only to them, but to those in the chemical process industries (CPI) as a whole. Quite often, the way such situations are handled produces one or more patentable inventions. In the event that a patent is sought on the invention(s), the chemical engineer (inventor) will...
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