The October issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng. features three new additions to our Established Leaders Special Series: “Whatsoever things are true: Hypothesis, artefact, and bias in chemical engineering research” by Murray R. Gray, MCIC; “Tissue engineering and regenerative therapeutics: The nexus of chemical engineering and translational medicine” by Rebeca Arambula-Maldonado, Armin Geraili, Malcolm Xing, and Kibret Mequanint; and “Perspective on the controlled polymer-modification of chitosan and cellulose nanocrystals: Towards the design of functional materials” by Omar Garcia-Valdez, Pascale Champagne, MCIC, and Michael F. Cunningham, MCIC. Also included in this issue is a new open access Experimental Methods in Chemical Engineering Special Series article: “Experimental methods in chemical engineering: Mössbauer spectroscopy” by Claudia L. Bianchi, Ridha Djellabi, Alessandro Ponti, Gregory S. Patience, MCIC, and Ermelinda Falletta.
At the end of September, we also released our latest virtual issue: Doing Things Differently in Chemical Engineering—a compilation of articles from our Doing Things Differently in Chemical Engineering Special Section, which is also featured in the October issue. Explore this virtual issue while it’s free to read until the end of November.