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ITN Business and IChemE present a new programme collaboration, 'Engineering a sustainable world'
To raise awareness and understanding of the role that chemical engineers play in addressing climate change, IChemE has partnered with ITN Business to produce a news-style programme ‘Engineering a Sustainable World’.
Demand for engineers increasing, with rapid growth in green jobs
As the UK ramps up its focus on becoming a net zero economy, a new report commissioned by EngineeringUK finds that demand for engineers is predicted to grow faster than for other occupations and that vacancies for ‘green engineering’ roles in the UK have increased by more than half over the last 5 years.
Applications open for Ashok Kumar Fellowship in UK Parliament
Chemical engineering final year students and postgraduates are being invited to apply for a fellowship that bridges chemical engineering and parliament in memory of former chemical engineer and Teesside MP Ashok Kumar.
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Chemical Engineering Matters
IChemE's technical roadmap, Chemical Engineering Matters outlines how chemical engineers will help address the major global challenges of water, energy, food and wellbeing.
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Universities: accredit your degree
Information for universities on benchmarking, accreditation and re-accreditation of their degree programmes.