IChemE supports libel reform campaign
IChemE has pledged its support to the UK libel reform campaign, a movement that encourages the reform of libel laws in England and Wales.
Climate change minister to open Chemeca
Australia’s climate change and water minister, Penny Wong will open Chemeca 2010 – Engineering at the edge in Adelaide this September.
New Zealand chemical engineers get online support
Chemical engineers in New Zealand now have access to a dedicated section on icheme.org
IChemE hails international first
IChemE has held its first-ever Council meeting outside the UK as part of a week of activities and high-level engagements in Asia for the institution’s governing body.
IChemE plans to bring events to Asia
IChemE is looking to bring a full schedule of events to Asia in the coming years, with plans for training and technical events, in particular, an Asian version of the highly successful Hazards conf...
IChemE accredits Malaysian degree programme
IChemE has accredited the MEng chemical engineering degree programme at the University Sains Malaysia.
IChemE appoints new International VP
Russell Scott, managing director of engineering contractor Uhde Shedden has been appointed the first IChemE vice president (international).
Celebrating ACTS accreditation with BP in Australia
During September and October, IChemE in Australia celebrated with BP on achieving Accredited Company Training Scheme status, also known as ACTS.
IChemE signs up to Knowledge Transfer group
IChemE has joined the Institute of Knowledge Transfer (IKT) as an organisational sponsor member with CEO, Dr David Brown also registering as an individual member.
IChemE President to deliver bio-briefing
IChemE President, Ian Shott will present a breakfast briefing later this month to an audience of chemical engineers in the UK and India.
Li awarded Honorary Fellowship
Chinese Academy of Science VP, Professor Jinghai Li was awarded IChemE Honorary Fellowship last night at the World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Montreal, Canada.