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New IChemE President focusses on systems thinking and the big picture for process safety
Stephen Richardson, Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London, has been appointed as the 79th President of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
Novel technology addressing climate change concerns wins big at IChemE Global Awards
The University of Birmingham’s Centre for Energy Storage, together with Chinese firm Jinhe Energy, triumphed at the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Global Awards yesterday (7 November 2019). Their novel technology could be the key to solving a fundamental issue in the climate change debate, regarding the storage of surplus clean energy.
Process engineer recognised with prestigious Women’s Engineering Society Award
Mandy Lester, a Chartered Chemical Engineer working at consultancy company Atkins, was recognised with the Karen Burt Award on 30 October 2019 for her commitment to engineering, addressing sustainability in the water industry and inspiring current and future engineers.
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