Chemical Engineering in General
George E. Davis – Father of Chemical Engineering: Science History Institute
Establishing the concept of Chemical Engineering in the US: Science History Institute
The concept of ‘Residence Time’ in a circular economy: Why chemical engineers — not just economists — are key to a circular future, by Prof. Roland Clift
Choosing between undergraduate Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.
What everyone needs to know about crystal polymorphs.
Importance of regulating crystallization in confectioneries.
For PhD aspirants (in all fields)
A great read for anyone interested in research “The state of being stuck“.
“The importance of stupidity in scientific research” – the title says it all; a definite reading material for all PhD aspirants.
Six project-management tips for your PhD – a practical approach.
An 16 minute video summary of seven challenges and suggestions for all doctoral fellows.
A great design for effective posters for conference presentations at Open Science Framework.
You need commitment, but just the right amount. Read this..
Focusing on the relevant skills for the early career of PhD scholars.
Good set of examples for those who are writing a personal statement for applications.
Importance of presentation skills for research scholars.
Tips for Managing up: communicating with your supervisor and other mentors in general.
Reference materials from the National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films movie series developed in 1960’s.
Flow Visualization Techniques – video from the NCFMF library.
Stay Curious 🙂
Something even as simple and common as water has a lot of mystery, if you observe it.
A list of 10 interesting experiments conducted in all fields of science.
A lot of human behaviours (and disorders) are controlled by tiny microbes in our gut!!!
The Dunning Kruger effect.. something that all student should know, wonderfully explained in this video.
Making the Right Decisions
Being strong mentally and taking the right decisions is often a challenge. This link leads to a small write up that warns on habits to avoid to ensure that you take the right decisions.
Excellent career tips – from Nobel Laureates.
Reduce your emissions – start by deleting and unsubscribing from unwanted emails. A good article.