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Birmingham's Chemical Engineering ranked third in the UK

Birmingham's Chemical Engineering ranked third in the UK
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The Guardian University Guide 2017 reveals that Chemical Engineering at the University of Birmingham continues to rank highly at third place in the UK. The courses have also been recognised as second in the Russell Group.

Complete University Guide 2017

Complete University Guide 2017
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The Complete University Guide 2017 league table reveals that Engineering and Physical Sciences subjects at Birmingham continue to perform well with four subjects ranking in the top ten nationally in their category.

Birmingham leads on shaping energy systems of the future

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Energy storage is the capture of energy produced at one time for later use. Identified by the UK government as one of "eight great technologies" in which the UK can be a world leader and that will help drive future economic growth and innovation, energy storage will play a vital role in shaping the energy systems of the future.

New Staff in Chemical Engineering, December 2015 - April 2016

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A round-up of new Chemical Engineering faculty December 2015 - April 2016

Developing methods to make fermented food healthier

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Our chemical engineers have developed the double emulsion formulation method in a new way to make fermented foods even healthier.

Sajid Javid MP opens University's cryogenic energy storage pilot facility

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The Secretary of State for Business, Sajid Javid MP, officially opened the University of Birmingham's cryogenic energy storage pilot facility, a technology using 'liquid air' to store and provide power which could transform future energy systems.

Energy research at Birmingham set to accelerate following £180m investment

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The University of Birmingham is set to play a crucial role in the next step towards the transformation of the UK's energy sector after the Government confirmed £60 million investment for the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA). The investment is backed by a further £120 million from the private sector and Midlands Innovation universities.

New Staff in Chemical Engineering, July - October 2015

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A round-up of new Chemical Engineering faculty July - October 2015

Birmingham Engineers build sustainable home for Malaysian family

Birmingham Engineers build sustainable home for Malaysian family
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12 students from the School of Chemical Engineering at the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS) spent 3 weeks in September at Taylors University School of Engineering in Malaysia, working with 12 Taylor's University students and the EPIC Charity, which is focussed on providing family homes to underprivileged Malaysians.

Hope for burns victims as researchers pilot revolutionary new dressing

Hope for burns victims as researchers pilot revolutionary new dressing
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The disabling disfigurement suffered by many burns victims could be consigned to history thanks to a revolutionary new dressing developed by a team of Birmingham scientists.

The Energy Dice – exploring efficient transformation, transport, storage and application of thermal energy

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The world faces a 'global energy trilemma' – affordability, low carbon and security – and the race is on to find innovative solutions to radically transform how energy is supplied and used, and to make future systems more efficient and reliable. In fact, the best single solution to all these problems may already have been invented – by Professor Yulong Ding, University of Birmingham's founding Chamberlain Chair of Energy Storage, and one of the world's most influential researchers.

Chemical Engineering receives top marks for student satisfaction

Chemical Engineering receives top marks for student satisfaction
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Participants in the National Student Survey (NSS) have ranked Chemical Engineering highly at the University of Birmingham with 95% student satisfaction.
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