Meet the chemical engineers
Rachel is a Technical Opportunities Lead at ExxonMobil Chemical Ltd. She describes chemical engineering as an excellent blend of mathematical and scientific theory, and the application of that knowledge to real-world processes.
Tom is a Senior Process Engineer at Finesse (part of Thermo Fisher Scientific). Tom was offered a place to study biochemical engineering during clearing and discovered a love for design.
Dr Yuki Abe
Dr Yuki Abe is a Senior Consultant Engineer and Sales & Marketing Director at Biopharm Services. Yuki felt biochemical engineering would enable her to pursue her goals of delivering new cancer treatments.
Jack Wishart is the Sitewide Energy Coordinator at ExxonMobil's Fawley Refinery. Jack took a gamble in changing courses during his second year from natural sciences to chemical engineering.
Bryony Robinson is an engineer working at Mondelez International. Chemical engineering allowed Bryony to secure an enviable position - in chocolate research and development.
James Girling is a Projects & Design Engineer at ExxonMobil. James' career was inspired by the engineering ingenuity of a family member.
Dhammy Parameswaran is a Bioprocess Engineer at Eli Lilly. Dhammy decided on a career in the pharmaceutical industry after being introduced to pioneering vaccine research at the Wellcome Collection in London.
Joshua Bateman is a Site Specialities Economist at ExxonMobil. Joshua believes that relevant work experience is instrumental in helping to secure a graduate job.
Kimberley Williams is a Consultant Engineer at REACT Engineering. Kimberley's desire to contribute to reducing global emissions led to a place on the nucleargraduates scheme.
Lesley Wood is Head of Engineering at Lonza Group. Lesley found her way into biochemical engineering after originally studying microbiology.