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.
IChemE president and ceo visit Malaysia and Singapore
IChemE president Sir William Wakeham visited Singapore and Malaysia last month to meet members as well as industry and academic representatives. He was accompanied by IChemE ceo David Brown and Reg...
McNab-Lacey winners presented with prize
A team of students from University of Manchester, UK, were presented with the 2011 IChemE McNab-Lacey Student Design Award last week.
Ingen-Ideas named as new Corporate Partner
Scottish engineering consultancy Ingen-Ideas has been named as IChemE's newest corporate partner. IChemE director of qualifications Neil Atkinson presented Ingen-Ideas Technical Director Robbie Lea...
Scottish chemical engineers earn praise from First Minister
First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond has praised the country’s chemical engineers, emphasizing their major contribution to the nation’s economy. Speaking at a record breaking IChemE Aberdeen Mem...
More members turning to Knovel
Use of IChemE’s Knovel library rose in March by 23% compared to the same period in 2011. Knovel is an online resource with over 300 books and technical references.
IChemE Presidents flying visit to Singapore
During his brief stopover in Singapore the President visited A*STAR’s Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences’ main campus on Jurong Island where he reviewed the new IChemE roadmap with aro...
IChemE ceo supports new chemical engineering course
A new chemical engineering degree course, launched today at the University of Hull, UK, has won the backing of IChemE ceo David Brown and president Sir William Wakeham.
Ginsberg and Lewis awarded new ambassador prize
A retired chemical engineer who continues to share his passion for the subject with schoolchildren and a Trinidad based student who champions professional development locally have been jointly awar...
Aberdeen accredited by IChemE
IChemE has accredited two chemical engineering degree programmes at the UK’s University of Aberdeen.