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A New Online Face for CE

By Chemical Engineering |

As the calendar flips to May, spring is finally beginning to push a tough winter out of the way in the Northeastern part of the U.S. With the change of season, many companies in the chemical process industries (CPI) are renewing a push to invest in longterm growth. A recent report from the American Chemistry Council (ACC; Washington, D.C.; www.americanchemistry.com) suggests that ethane supplies from shale formations in North America could help boost investment and chemical manufacturing in the U.S. This is one of several good signs for the CPI. CPI companies are not alone in investing to improve their products. Here at Chemical Engineering, we continue to invest in our products as well, the latest example being a comprehensive redesign of our Website (www.chemengonline.com). You may have noticed the change already if you have visited the Website since its launch at the end of April. Begun in Fall 2010, the ChE.com redesign was a process in which we examined the experience from the perspective of our loyal readers. While it was a painful process at times, it was ultimately rewarding, and I hope you will appreciate the enhanced features and enjoy the new “look and feel.” The main goal of the redesign was to create an improved…
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