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2018
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School enjoys continued success in the Macnab-Lacey award

A team from the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science has won the Highly Commended award in the 2017 IChemE Macnab-Lacey award.

Since the IChemE Macnab-Lacey award was introduced in 2011, no university has done better in this Design & Sustainability based competition than The University of Manchester.

Teams from the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science won the first two annual awards and added a third in 2016.

This year, the School has won another Highly Commended award. The latest entry was from a team supervised by Rosa Cuellar Franca, who designed a process for the "Sustainable Production of Hydrogen".

The team, consisting of Anastasia Gondosari, Matthew McLaughlan, Alexandra Poncia, Sharrviin Rajendram, Glenn Walkley Stubbs, Shan Wei Yap, Shing Yee Yap, and Kheng Zhun Yeoh, were awarded Highly Commended certificates by the Chair of the Sustainability Special Interest Group of the IChemE, Malcolm Wilkinson, at the recent launch meeting for this year’s Design Project.

Congratulations to the group and to all our previous winners.

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