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Leading chemical engineers to feature as experts in Discovery Channel documentary on engineering incidents
Three leading chemical engineers and Fellows of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) will feature as experts in a new 10-part television documentary focussed on engineering safety incidents from across the world which will be aired on the UK Discovery Channel from tonight (15 January).
IChemE calls on interested members to help them plan their 100th birthday
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is looking for enthusiastic members to help them plan and prepare for their centenary in 2022. IChemE is creating five working parties to lead the ‘IChemE100’ centenary project and has opened the call for member applications today (Tuesday 7 January).
Chemical engineers awarded Damehood and MBEs in 2020 New Year’s Honours
Chemical engineers and Fellows of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), Professor Lynn Gladden, Professor Adisa Azapagic and Mark Apsey, have been recognised in the Queen’s 2020 New Year’s Honours list.
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