IChemE and SAIChE announcement
IChemE and the South African Institution of Chemical Engineering (SAIChE) have agreed a Memorandum of Understanding that paves the way for the creation of a SAIChE-IChemE (South Africa) Branch.
ADMA-OPCO named as new Gold Corporate Partner
The Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) has been named as IChemE’s newest Gold Corporate Partner in recognition of its contribution to the profession and its employees.
Stability & Change: A process paradox
Incoming IChemE president and chair of Great Britain’s Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Judith Hackitt, will be sharing her extensive experience of process safety management with delegates at ICh...
UK migration reform key to academic success
A new UK government committee report which calls for overseas students to be excluded from net migration figures has been backed by IChemE.
Australia facing engineering shortage
Addressing the shortage of engineering skills in Australia will require targeted policies from the government to attract new engineers and retain existing engineers, according to a new report.
Journal impact factors continue to rise
IChemE journals <i> Chemical Engineering Research and Design </i> (ChERD) and <i> Food and Bioproducts Processing </i> (FBP) showed a sharp increase in their impact factors for 2011, which were an...
IChemE president makes Australia’s Top 100 engineers list
IChemE president Russell Scott has been named in Engineers Australia (EA) annual list of the country's 100 most influential engineers.
IChemE past president recognised in Queen’s birthday honours list
Past IChemE president, Greg Lewin and past IChemE Australian chair, Tamarapu (Tam) Sridhar have both been named in this year's Australian Queen's Birthday honours list.
Safety and Loss Prevention group stages Malaysia launch event
IChemE's Safety & Loss Prevention Special Interest Group (SLPSIG) stages its first event in Malaysia later this month.
South African chemical engineers train with IChemE
IChemE has added another Fundamentals of process safety (FOPS) training course to its 2012 South Africa training calendar to keep up with demand and to meet the process safety training needs of loc...
Could paint particles protect the planet?
Dispersing fine (sub-micron) light-scattering particles into the upper atmosphere could help to combat climate change, suggests a former UK government advisor and chemical engineer.