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Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)

Davis Building, 165-189 Railway Terrace
CV21 3HQ Rugby
United Kingdom

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IChemE (Institution of Chemical Engineers) is the hub for chemical, biochemical and process engineering professionals worldwide. With a global membership of some 27,000, the Institution is at the heart of the process community, promoting competence and a commitment to best practice, advancing the discipline for the benefit of society, encouraging young people in science and engineering and supporting the professional development of its members.

More about IChemE
  • News

    KBR named as new Gold Corporate Partner

    KBR has been named as Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE’s) newest Gold Corporate Partner. IChemE Chief Executive Officer David Brown formally presented Barry Weightman, KBR Discipline Manager, Process Engineering, with the partner certificate at KBR’s Greenford office in London, U.K ... more

    IChemE welcomes UK fracking go-ahead

    IChemE is backing a UK government decision to lift an embargo on hydraulic fracturing – better known as fracking – after creating new regulations that it says will reduce the chance of causing earthquakes. The technique, which involves injecting thousands of tons of water into gas-bearing r ... more

    Kletz bows out at Hazards

    Chemical engineers and process safety experts paid tribute to industry guru Trevor Kletz at IChemE’s (Institution of Chemical Engineers) Hazards conference this week. Kletz, who turned 90 last month, has announced his retirement following a celebrated career as industry safety advisor, lect ... more

  • Events

    Hazards 26

    The conference Hazards 26 will take place in Edinburgh, GB from 2016-05-24 to 2016-05-26. more

    Sustainable Nuclear Energy Conference

    The IChemE conference Sustainable Nuclear Energy Conference will take place in Nottingham, Großbritannien from 2016-04-12 to 2016-04-14. more

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