Lessons from past key to success for nuclear new build
A study released today by engineering alliance Engineering the Future (EtF) has brought together lessons learnt from past and current nuclear projects which if adopted should help ensure the succes...
IChemE nuclear experts back new build study
Bill Harper, chair of IChemE’s Nuclear Technology Subject Group has welcomed a new report published today, bringing together lessons learnt from past and current nuclear projects to help ensure the...
Success for international chemical engineering exchange programme
Eight young chemical engineers have been given the opportunity to participate in a free international exchange programme, courtesy of IChemE and the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE).
IChemE CEO responds to government cuts
IChemE CEO Dr David Brown has cautiously welcomed news that the UK science budget is to be frozen in cash terms but has warned that education cuts pose a grave risk to UK industry.
Malaysia scales up process safety
Kuala Lumpur became the hub for process safety earlier this month when it hosted IChemE’s Fundamentals in process safety training course and Implementing process safety: realities and challenges, t...
IChemE ceo to outline manufacturing growth opportunities
IChemE ceo David Brown will discus growth opportunities in manufacturing at an event organised by the UK Engineering the Future alliance next month in London.
Chemical engineering fellowship deadline extended
The Application deadline for the inaugural Ashok Kumar fellowship post, jointly funded by IChemE and NEPIC has been extended until 12 November.
Browne recommendations pose ‘grave risk’
IChemE CEO David Brown says that proposals to allow UK universities to charge students unlimited tuition fees pose a ‘grave risk’ to industry and young people.
Stubbs and Lawrenson to host IChemE awards
Football double-act Ray Stubbs and Mark Lawrenson will be keeping 450 chemical engineers entertained in Manchester, UK next month when they host the IChemE 2010 Awards dinner.
UK skills minister says: “Make engineering sexy”
UK skills and lifelong learning minister, John Hayes says that engineering must be made sexier to attract more young people to the profession.
Time to rebalance the UK economy
The UK’s Shadow Secretary of State for Industry, Pat McFadden MP, was the keynote speaker at a fringe meeting supported by IChemE at the Labour Party’s annual conference in Manchester, UK. The Inst...