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Chemical engineer helps to shape UK government climate change plans
The work of the Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS) Cost Challenge Taskforce, where chemical engineer Professor Geoffrey Maitland played a crucial role, has led to a new government action plan for mitigating climate change.
Walt Disney’s world safety manager to present on unconventional risks at Hazards 29
Mike Bell, the Worldwide Safety and Health Manager at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, will share how to keep millions of theme park guests safe each year in a lecture at the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Hazards 29 conference.
IChemE supports Rugby Foodbank with Alternative Advent Calendar
Employees at the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) in Rugby, UK, are bringing festive cheer to local families with its ‘Alternative Advent Calendar’.
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Chemical Engineering Matters
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Information for universities on benchmarking, accreditation and re-accreditation of their degree programmes.