UK chemical engineering applications hit record high
The number of applications to study chemical engineering in the UK has increased by 11.8%, according to admissions body UCAS, bringing the figure to a record high of just over 12,000.
AstraZeneca named as new corporate partner
AstraZeneca, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, has been named as IChemE’s newest corporate partner.
Brown awarded IChemE Fellowship
IChemE chief executive David Brown has been transferred to Fellowship of the Institution. Brown was presented with his fellowship certificate by IChemE president Sir William Wakeham last week as pa...
New Australia office for IChemE
IChemE’s new Australia office in Melbourne is now open for business. IChemE Australian chair Noel Williams says that the move heralds a new era for IChemE members in Australia and that it reflects ...
IChemE journals earn record Impact Factors
New data published by Thomson Reuters has revealed that IChemE research journals Chemical Engineering Research and Design (ChERD), Process Safety and Environmental Protection (PSEP) and Food and Bi...
IChemE launches new UK local member group
THE Portsmouth and Southampton region in the UK now has its very own regional member group.
IChemE names new technical vice president
Ed Daniels, IChemE Fellow and executive vice president of Shell Global Solutions’ downstream business, has been elected to the post of technical vice president of IChemE Council.
Sasol chief executive awarded honorary fellowship
Sasol chief executive Pat Davies has been awarded an IChemE honorary fellowship in recognition of his contribution to chemical engineering.
IChemE stages record Hazards conference
More than 400 delegates are in Liverpool, UK this week for IChemE’s record-breaking Hazards XXII conference.
European chemical engineers call for less reliance on fossil fuels
Europe must do more to reduce its dependency on fossil fuels, according to the results of a new survey commissioned by the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE).
IChemE extends training portfolio
Chemical and process engineers are set to benefit from a new range of ‘soft skill’ training courses offered by IChemE.