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University of Surrey graduate awarded prestigious Ashok Kumar Fellowship
Josh Fearns, a chemical engineering graduate of the University of Surrey, UK has been awarded the 2022 Ashok Kumar Fellowship and will be working alongside advisers in the UK Parliament.
IChemE Malaysia Awards 2022 finalists announced
Twenty-eight finalists entries have been selected for the IChemE Malaysia Awards 2022.
IChemE’s Sustainable Production and Consumption journal jumps up the rankings
Sustainable Production and Consumption (SPC) has jumped up the rankings in two different categories and seen a large percentage increase in its Impact Factor, with all wholly-owned IChemE journals also seeing an increase.
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Universities: accredit your degree
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