First semi-virtual IChemE degree accreditation awarded to Heriot-Watt during COVID-19
Heriot-Watt University has had its chemical engineering degree programmes at its campuses in Dubai and Malaysia accredited semi-virtually by IChemE.
IChemE opens consultation on Climate Change position
The Institution for Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has today launched a consultation on its climate change position statement. The consultation will give IChemE members the opportunity to provide feed...
IChemE team calls for focus on full COVID-19 vaccine supply chain
As human trials of potential COVID-19 vaccines begin, the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is calling on governments and public health organisations to recognise the importance of a robus...
IChemE's Research Committee welcomes UK Government's R&D Roadmap
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)’s Research Committee welcomes the R&D Roadmap published today by the UK Government.
IChemE team responds to address COVID-19 drug bottlenecks
Members of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)’s COVID-19 Response Team have offered assistance to increase the availability of drugs that can help treat the disease and make it less dea...
New Congress members announced
Eleven new members have been announced today (15 June) to take up positions on the Institution of Chemical Engineer’s (IChemE) member advisory body Congress.
IChemE highlights chemical engineering’s contribution to tackling climate change with new collection of articles
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has published a collection of articles to showcase the range of research papers that have been previously issued in the Institution’s journals on the ...
Jane Cutler to take up IChemE Deputy President role
The Institution of Chemical Engineers has announced that Jane Cutler, a Non-Executive Director with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, has been elected by the membership to take up the posit...
IChemE team help identify process to safely reuse PPE
IChemE was recently approached by NHS England and NHS Improvement to provide a proposal to review how PPE might be decontaminated and safely reused, helping to alleviate any potential shortages.
National Engineering Policy Centre to provide advice to government on reaching net zero emissions
A group of industry experts mobilised through the UK National Engineering Policy Centre, including a representative from IChemE, has convened to provide advice to the UK government to help address ...
New biosector careers profiles launched to inspire students
A new collection of chemical engineering career profiles has been launched by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) to inspire the next generation into a prosperous career in the bioeconomy.
IChemE’s COVID-19 Response Team creates new workstreams to help reduce the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
Recognising the wealth of professional engineering expertise held by members of the Institution of Chemical Engineers in critical sectors, including pharmaceutical and biochemical engineering, the ...