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February
2022
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Manchester's chemical engineering mission showcased in Serving Society series

The unique mission of the Department of Chemical Engineering at The University of Manchester has been showcased as part of a collaborative programme between the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) and ITN Productions Industry News. 

Serving Society looks at the role of the chemical engineer and how the sector is addressing some of the biggest challenges in society today – and highlights Manchester's commitment to translating research into real-world solutions. 

Marking IChemE's centenary year, the programme is anchored by ITN Productions presenter Sharon Thomas and features industry experts along with informative interviews, news items and sponsored editorial profiles. 

The first video discusses how chemical engineering is addressing climate change and sustainability, what the future looks like for the sector, and how IChemE is encouraging more women into the profession: 

In the second video, the spotlight is shone on chemical engineering at Manchester, and its focus on innovation:


 

2022 is a milestone year for chemical engineering as it marks the centenary of the profession whilst also providing a window to look at how chemical engineers are key to delivering a more sustainable future. IChemE is proud to support its members, today's chemical, biochemical and process engineers, as they serve society and address the global challenges of today and tomorrow. 

We are delighted to have the opportunity in this programme to showcase the significant contribution that chemical engineers make to society. 
 

Jon Pritchard, IChemE Chief Executive

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