Don’t miss the July Issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng. and our new Women in Chemical Engineering virtual issue

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July’s Special Issue in Honour of Professor Jamal Chaouki, École Polytechnique de Montréal, features articles written by Dr. Chaouki’s friends, associates, and students to highlight his substantial academic achievements and significant impact on the scientific community. Also, access our latest virtual issue compiled to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day.

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Explore the May issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng.

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Don’t wait to explore the May issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng. as it features two new additions to our Established Leaders Special Series: “Process design of a continuous biotransformation with in situ product removal by cloud point extraction” by Oliver Fellechner and Irina Smirnova—our Editor’s Choice article this month—and “Regular solution theory applied to asphaltene related phase behaviour” by Harvey Yarranton, MCIC, and Francisco Ramos Pallares. This issue also features a new addition to our Experimental Methods in Chemical Engineering Special Series: “Experimental methods in chemical engineering: Barrier properties” by Martina Roso, Claire Cerclé, Abdellah Ajji, MCIC, and Gregory Patience, MCIC.

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Can. J. Chem. Eng. April Issue is now available

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The April issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng. is now available! Be sure to check out the two latest additions to the Established Leaders Special Series: “History of nitroxide mediated polymerization in Canada” by Milan Marić and “The role of inherently safer design in process safety” by Paul R. Amyotte, FCIC, and Faisal I. Khan,...

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Update from Can. J. Chem. Eng.

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We compiled a collection featuring the top downloaded papers that were published in 2020, aptly named 2020 in Review: Most Downloaded Articles. It includes articles from our Established Leaders and Experimental Methods Special Series and features authors from University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, Polytechnique Montréal, University of Ottawa, University of Calgary, University of British Columbia, and McGill University, among others. Have a look and see if any of the titles catch your eye.

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End-of-Year message from the Can. J. Chem. Eng. Editorial Team

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Thank you to our authors, reviewers, and readers for your support throughout 2020! Can you believe it is nearly the end of the year? The editorial team at The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering cannot either! We would like to express our sincere gratitude for the support of our authors, reviewers, and readers throughout 2020;...

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Showcasing novel research and innovative development

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CCEC2020 will feature the fourth annual set of presentations under the Emerging Leaders in Chemical Engineering initiative, which invites selected speakers to deliver short presentations on some of the most exciting work they are pursuing in their respective fields. This year’s presenters are Associate Professor Gisele Azimi of the University of Toronto’s Department of Chemical...

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Increasing impact for Can. J. Chem. Eng.

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The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, in partnership with the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering and Wiley, is proud to announce that our impact factor has increased to 1.687. Impact factor is a metric designed to assess on average how many citations an article published in a specific journal might expect to see. Clarivate analytics...

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