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.
Pfizer closure a ‘UK body-blow’
IChemE ceo David Brown has described the closure of drug company Pfizer’s UK base in Kent as a body-blow to British science and innovation.
EFCE launches new product design and engineering prize
The European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE) has introduced a new excellence award in product design and engineering.
IChemE mourns past president
IChemE is saddened to learn of the death of past president Jack Richardson OBE. Richardson was president of IChemE in 1975/76 and was formerly head of chemical engineering at the University of Swan...
IChemE luminary to advise on emerging technologies in Australia
IChemE Fellow and immediate past chair of IChemE’s Australian board, Max Lu has been approached to take an active role in helping to direct Australia’s technology future.
Energy expert sparks lively debate
IChemE Fellow and invited speaker, Andrew Jamieson delivered a thought provoking presentation at the Western Australian Joint Chemical Engineering Committee (WA JCEC) AGM last month when he outline...
Chemistry Innovation appoints new chair
Graeme Armstrong, main board director at Azko Nobel, has been appointed as chairman of the IChemE and Royal Society of Chemistry UK knowledge exchange subsidiary, Chemistry Innovation Ltd (CIL).
IChemE supports RedR
IChemE will make a charitable donation to international disaster relief charity RedR in lieu of sending greeting cards this Christmas.
AIChE past president awarded IChemE Honorary Fellowship
Dale Keairns, past president of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) was awarded a certificate of IChemE Honorary Fellowship last night in recognition of his contributions to chemic...
Manchester University scoops top prize at IChemE awards
A carbon calculator software tool developed by chemical engineers at Manchester University clinched the top prize at the IChemE 2010 innovation and excellence awards. <br><br>