Celebrating chemical engineering achievement in Aberdeen
Three chemical engineers have been recognised by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Aberdeen Members Group for their contributions to the local community and industry.
Chemical engineers quiz MPs on science funding and single-use plastic in Parliament
Chemical engineers quizzed UK policy leaders on some topical science issues today (12 March), at Voice of the Future 2019, held at the Palace of Westminster.
Briefing note to MPs on chemical weapons published one year on from Salisbury Novichok poisoning
University of Leeds’ chemical engineering postgraduate Jennifer Spragg has produced a report to help UK parliamentarians make evidence-based decisions on chemical weapons policy.
Diverse range of speakers announced for Chemeca 2019
The president of oil conglomerate Dow Asia Pacific and an engineer turned nutritionist expert, are two of many who have been announced as speakers at the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) ...
Imperial Professor to be presented for election as IChemE Deputy President at AGM in May
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has announced that Professor Stephen Richardson will be presented to the AGM for election as Deputy President of the Institution in May, to become Pre...
Process safety experts across industry lined-up to speak at Hazards Australasia 2019
The forthcoming Hazards Australasia 2019 process safety conference has confirmed three highly-experienced engineers to give plenary speeches. The conference will focus on the importance of competen...
IChemE medals acknowledge chemical engineering brilliance
Twenty-six chemical engineers have been recognised by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Medals and Prizes Committee for their tremendous contributions to the profession, in both resear...
Poster prize renamed in honour of process safety pioneer Sam Mannan
Sam Mannan, a pioneer in process safety and the late Executive Director of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center (MKOPSC), will be honoured with a prize in his name at the Institution of Chem...
Chemical engineering provides a vehicle for upward social mobility, says new report
A new report by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) suggests that a career in chemical engineering provides significant opportunity for upward social mobility.
ENGIE Fabricom to partner Hazards 29
Leading consultancy and engineering services company, ENGIE Fabricom, has been confirmed as the Hazards 29 conference partner.
IChemE partners with University of Chester and employers to offer UK’s first chemical engineering degree apprenticeships
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), the University of Chester Faculty of Science and Engineering, and major employers in the region have partnered together to offer the first degree app...