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Chemical engineers publish vision for the future

08-11-2012

Possible solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges are outlined in a new report published by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).Chemical Engineering Matters focuses on securing sustainable energy supplies, food and nutrition, access to clean water, health and wellbeing, four ...

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GlaxoSmithKline wins top prize at IChemE Awards

07-11-2012

GlaxoSmithKline clinched the top prize at the IChemE 2012 Awards in recognition of its radical change in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals. The organisation won the Outstanding Achievement in Chemical Engineering Award alongside project partners GEA, Siemens, Sagentia and the Universities of ...

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UK chemical engineers report 6% pay increase

06-07-2012

UK chemical engineers have reported modest pay increases across the board in new data published by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). IChemE’s 2012 salary survey, which gathered data from more than 2,500 chemical engineers, reveals that overall trends in chemical engineering pay are ...

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Chemical engineers welcome new 'Nobel' engineering prize

21-11-2011

British Prime Minister David Cameron has launched an international engineering prize in London today, to celebrate those whose work inspires, benefits and advances society.The £1m Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering will be awarded every two years beginning in 2013. The prize is the result of a ...

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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Queen’s ‘top in UK’

25-10-2011

Queen’s University’s School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has confirmed its position as a world leader in research, outranking Oxford and Cambridge to take the UK’s number one spot for research citations per academic paper.Queen’s emerged as the leading institution in the UK in the survey ...

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Haber and Bosch named top chemical engineers

24-02-2011

Fritz Haber and Carl Bosch have been named as the world’s most influential chemical engineers of all time by readers of tce magazine. The German duo were responsible for devising the Haber-Bosch process, perhaps the most recognised chemical process in the world, which captures nitrogen from the ...

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IChemE recognises first Associate Fellows

16-02-2011

Eleven of chemical engineering’s leading figures were named as IChemE’s first Associate Fellows. The new membership grade has been introduced to recognise professionally qualified people that hold senior positions in the chemical, biochemical or process engineering industries, without a formal ...

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Manchester University scoops top prize at IChemE awards

10-11-2010

A carbon calculator software tool developed by chemical engineers at Manchester University clinched the top prize last night at the IChemE 2010 innovation and excellence awards. The CCalc helps companies to measure and reduce their carbon footprint at minimum cost and has been developed in ...

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King appointed new IChemE president

31-05-2010

Desmond King, president of Chevron Technology Ventures, has been appointed as the 69th president of IChemE (the Institution of Chemical Engineers). King succeeds Ian Shott CBE as president of the international professional membership organisation and used his presidential address to examine the ...

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Fusion is the future says 30,000th IChemE member

10-03-2010

Chemical engineers must work more closely with other scientists and engineers according to Tadafumi Adschiri, a professor at Tohuku University, Japan who was confirmed as the 30,000th member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). Adschiri, a professor at the university’s advanced ...

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