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Chemical Engineering: Keep Up With Chemical Engineering Research

For chemical engineering news, you can consult many of the same resources listed on the chemistry and nanotechnology guides, pluse the trade magazines and business databases on our chemical prices guide.

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Chemical Engineering Progress

Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP Magazine) is the trade publication for AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers), with practical information on technical issues like safety, information technology, reactions and separations, handling of solids and liquids, etc.

Accessing CEP through the Library:

  • Online, via ProQuest. Full text/PDFs from 1997 to present. Browse the latest issues or search within the publication. While there's no embargo to the most recent issues (at least as of Jan 2020), there may still be a 
  • Print in the Library, call number TP1 .C519 . Current issues are shelved in Geisel 2 West, with bound volumes in Geisel 1 East. 

AIChE members can also access CEP Magazine from the directly from AIChE as part of their member benefits. 

Database Search Alerts

All of our databases--including Web of Science, SciFinder, PubMed, Compendex, and Inspec--allow you to save searches and get alerts when new records matching your searches are added to those databases. All offer email alerting options, and most offer RSS feeds.

  • Since you have to create a user account for SciFinder, you already have the ability to create "Keep Me Posted" alerts.
  • For the other databases, you'll have to create user accounts to set up email search alerts. To set up RSS feeds, it depends on the database.

Journal Alerts

You can also set up email and/or RSS alerts for individual journals: for the table-of-contents (TOCs) for the latest issues, or more frequent alerting for articles as soon as they are published (ASAPs). Go to the journal website to see what options are available, and whether you need to create a user account to set up the alerting.