Models, which underpin all chemical engineering design work, vary widely in their complexity, ranging from traditional dimensionless number correlations through to modern computer based techniques such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and discrete element method (DEM). Industrial users require confidence in a model under the conditions it is to be applied in order to use it for design purposes and this can be a reason for slow acceptance of new techniques. This paper explores the validity
Welcome to the latest edition of the SCICOMM 25. This is where I pull together the week's 25 most talked about science communication stories, determined by the engagement rate of stories I've shared on Twitter. Many are written by the world's leading science communicators. Some offer tips and advice, while others tackle important issues we need to discuss and debate. All of them are worth checking out. I hope you enjoy this week's list. This Week's Top 25 Science […]
Tweep @MHendr1ck is killing it. The latest. if no one your age is invited to the grown up table, you're "young." @Namaste_Ish @drugmonkeyblog pic.twitter.com/7HLWmWcoeW — Michael Hendricks (@MHendr1cks) March 27, 2015 The PI R01 age distribution looks like the 2010 one from this PPT file. The "Jedi Council" is, I believe, the participants in a […]
Frank and Len are back for Season 2 of CreatureGeek! Frank and Len catch up on what's been happening on their off-time, what movies they have seen and also discuss the future of the show. Also, even though we say there is video with this episode, there isn't and we apologize. Len explains at the top of the show.