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Dr A Dhir wins £68,751 grant

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Dr Aman Dhir, School of Chemical Engineering, has won £68,751 from the Commission of the European Communities for the project, FP7_FCH_JU_SWARM.

Reseearch news: Fotios Spyropoulos research award

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Dr F Spyropoulos, School of Chemical Engineering, won £320,000 from the Technology Strategy Board for the project "Efficient Novel Drying Processes of Foods".

News archive - Listeria and food inspection seminar - Division of Food Safety

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A one day seminar on 06 June 2013 at the University of Birmingham. The seminar examines the issues associated with the investigation and detection of Listeria monocytogenes in food premises (production lines, retailers) and general food safety. New and current developments in controlling Listeria including the perspectives of food authorities, approaches followed by the industry and applied research will also be covered.

Chemical Engineering postgraduate Tullow Group scholarship scheme

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We are pleased to announce that this year we are part of the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme, which supports applications from the following countries: Cote D'Ivoire, Congo Brazzaville, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritania, Suriname, Uganda, Uruguay.

Alvin Nienow awarded honorary degree by Loughborough

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Alvin Nienow awarded honorary degree by Loughborough

£5M EPSRC Programme Grant awarded

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A new EPSRC Programme Grant has been awarded to harness the synergy between world-leading scientists from four prestigious institutions to carry out the next generation of research into Multi-scale Examination of MultiPHase physIcs in flowS (MEMPHIS). This project is part of major £13.6 million boost for cutting-edge engineering research.

New University training scheme to sustain the future of food quality

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The University of Birmingham is laying the foundations for brand new food programmes as part of the Food Advanced Training Partnership (Food ATP); the first cohort of participants for new postgraduate food programmes at the School of Chemical Engineering will join Birmingham in September this year.

Birmingham Students win nPower's Energy Challenge - School of Chemical Engineering

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A team of undergraduates from the University of Birmingham has won a national competition for their proposal to deliver a sustainable, secure and affordable energy supply for the future.

2010 National Student Survey Results for Russell Group and 1994 institutions

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The Chemical Engineering degree programmes offered at Birmingham scored the highest in all categories in the recent National Student Survey.

Second 1851 Industrial Fellowship awarded to the Centre for Formulation Engineering

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David Garrec, a Research Engineer at the Centre for Formulation Engineering within the School of Chemical Engineering at the University of Birmingham, has just been awarded a prestigious Industrial Fellowship from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.

Chemical Engineering Students win in poster competition

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Three University of Birmingham students have won prizes in the IChemE/PTSG poster competition at the UK-China Particle Technology Forum III, which was held at Birmingham on 3rd-6th July 2011.
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