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2nd UK Hydrocolloids Symposium

Date
10/09/2015
Description
The 2nd UK Hydrocolloids Symposium will be taking place on the theme of "Formulation Engineering of Hydrocolloids", and aims to be a forum for Post Graduate students to present their work and to promote the cross-fertilisation of ideas between disciplines for hydrocolloid applications. The symposium will provide excellent opportunity for interaction between academic and industrial world in the field of hydrocolloids.

  

Selected news

Frank Morton returns to Birmingham

Description
On the 17 February 2015 the hottest event on the Chemical Engineering calendar landed in Birmingham as the Frank Morton Sports Day came to town. Adam Cullen, Frank Morton Transport Coordinator and 2nd year Chemical Engineering with Industry student, tells us more.

Engineers Without Borders - March 2015

Description
It's been a very busy few months for Engineers Without Borders here in Birmingham. Outgoing President David Streather tells us more.

Welcome to WISE – Women in Science and Engineering Society

Description
The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Society are the newest student group to join the EPS Community. They work to provide as many events and opportunities as possible to members across the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences to integrate, form networks and to help inspire the next generation of female scientists and engineers. Annabel Fitzgerald tells us more.

Birmingham University Chemical Engineering Society (BUCES) Update – March 2015

Description
It has been another great term for BUCES with attendance at all events significantly up from any previous year. President George Morton tells us more.

New Staff in Chemical Engineering, November 2014–February 2015

Description
A round-up of new Chemical Engineering faculty November 2014 – February 2015.

It's a Small World: Nanotechnology meets Biology and Medicine

Description
Professor Paula Mendes delivered her inaugural lecture on nanotechnology and her vision to open an untravelled path in the successful diagnosis of many devastating human diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.

University of Birmingham students reach final of BP STEM competition

University of Birmingham students reach final of BP STEM competition
Description
A team from Birmingham University has reached the UK National Final of this year's BP Ultimate Field Trip global STEM competition – they are one of just four teams to make it through to this stage. With well over 100 teams entering across the country, this is a great achievement.

School of Chemical Engineering celebrates strong research performance

Description
The School of Chemical Engineeringis very pleased to have achieved an excellent performance in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) – the system for assessing the quality of research in UK higher education institutions. 87%of the research in the School was rated as world-leading or internationally excellent. It was ranked joint fourth overall in the UK for its research prowess and first nationally for research impact.

Research at the University of Birmingham takes one step forward towards making fuel cells cheaper and more affordable

Research at the University of Birmingham takes one step forward towards making fuel cells cheaper and more affordable
Description
Research carried out at the University of Birmingham, in collaboration with Royal Military College, Canada, explores new and cheaper ways of increasing the carbon monoxide (CO) tolerance, which will play a significant role in improving the durability of fuel cells and making them more cost effective.

Highview Cryogenic Storage Pilot Plant Arrives at the University of Birmingham

Highview Cryogenic Storage Pilot Plant Arrives at the University of Birmingham
Description
Over 300 researchers and senior scientists in academia and industry attended the first UK Energy Storage Research Conference (UKES2014) on Tuesday 25 – Thursday 27 November 2014. The University of Birmingham concluded the conference with a tour of the Birmingham Centre for Cryogenic Energy Storage, and a preview of the installation of the Cryogenic Storage pilot plant, set to take shape on the University's campus in spring 2015.

Frank Morton November 2014

Description
From its inception in 1961, Frank Morton has grown from a football match between the Chemical Engineering departments at the Universities of Birmingham and Manchester, to comprising of 19 sports with 26 universities consistently participating. Over the previous years, the event has been hosted all across the UK from Swansea to Newcastle to Strathclyde. It is with great pleasure that we can announce, that after a successful bid in March 2014, the University of Birmingham will be hosting the next Frank Morton on 17 February 2015.

BUCES Update, November 2014

Description
The Birmingham University Chemical Engineering Society (BUCES) has had a very busy start to the new year. Read more about what they've been up to.
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