Famous vicar and TV star to host the IChemE Global Awards 2022
Popstar turned priest and broadcaster Reverend Richard Coles will host the IChemE Global Awards 2022.
Judith Hackitt to reflect on cross-sector safety learnings five years on from Grenfell
Dame Judith Hackitt, who led the independent review into building regulations and fire safety for the UK Government after the Grenfell Tower fire five years ago, will reflect on the importance of c...
New IChemE President focusses on the importance of ethical thinking
David Bogle CEng FREng FIChemE has been elected as the 81st President of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). Bogle’s Presidential Address was delivered from Savoy Place, London, UK, onl...
World Engineering Day campaigner recognised with Queen’s Birthday Honour
Dr Marlene Kanga, who campaigned for a global engineering day, has been recognised in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours List in Australia.
Jon Prichard to step down as IChemE Chief Executive
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has announced that its Chief Executive Jon Prichard will be stepping down from his role on 30 September 2022 in order to take up a new appointment at ...
New Trustees and Congress members announced
The new members of IChemE’s Board of Trustees and Congress have been confirmed following the election.
New Deputy President announced and voting opens for Trustee and Congress candidates
IChemE has announced that Nigel Hirst will be elected as Deputy President in June 2022 and voting opens for the contested Trustee and Congress candidates.
New Knovel books on sustainability, process safety and design available
Twenty-five new technical books have been added to Knovel for IChemE members, including books on sustainability, major hazard management and chemical engineering design.
Applications open for Ashok Kumar Fellowship in UK Parliament
Chemical engineering final year students and postgraduates are being invited to apply for a fellowship in memory of former chemical engineer and Teesside MP Ashok Kumar.
“Support educators in plugging the sustainability skills gap”, IChemE advises UK Government
In a UK Government roundtable discussion held on sustainability education, IChemE recommended that the Department for Education works with higher education institutions to enable the upskilling and...
New bursary for postgraduates to attend catalysis summer school
IChemE has launched a new bursary to fund 20 postgraduate students to attend a summer school to enhance their knowledge in catalysis.