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IChemE welcomes new fund to expand medicines manufacturing and calls for focus on building a resilient supply chain
Following the announcement from the UK Prime Minister of a new £20m fund to support the manufacture of medicines and diagnostic equipment, experts from the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)’s COVID-19 Response Team have welcomed the fund which intends to improve the domestic medicine supply chain in the UK and create jobs in the process.
Innovative R&D team awarded IChemE medal for 3D printing article
An innovative R&D team from Air Liquide has been presented with the Hanson Medal by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). Raphael Faure, Matthieu Flin, Pascal Del-Gallo and Marc Wagner were awarded the medal for their article ‘Add It Up!’ which was featured in The Chemical Engineer magazine.
Climate change tops chemical engineers’ agenda with Iaunch of IChemE’s position statement
Aiming to take a lead role in tackling climate change, the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has published its position statement with the commitment to work with all stakeholders, from governments to communities around the world, to deliver a fair, safe and sustainable future.
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