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Chemical engineer's research to tackle antibiotic resistance featured on BBC Breakfast

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Chemical engineer Dr Sophie Cox's work on engineering honey to fight the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance has today (3 April 2019) been featured on BBC One's Breakfast news programme.

Chemical Engineering student in the final 10 for the Science Undergraduate of the Year Award 2019

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Krystel Goodwin, a third year student on the Chemical Engineering MEng programme, has made the top 10 for the Science Undergraduate of the Year Award 2019.

Chemical engineer's research to tackle antibiotic resistance at the centre of a major fundraising appeal

Chemical engineer's research to tackle antibiotic resistance at the centre of a major fundraising appeal
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Chemical engineer Dr Sophie Cox's work on engineering honey to fight the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance has been been chosen as this year's University of Birmingham Philanthropic Research Project for 2019.

University of Birmingham leads clean cold roadshow in China

University of Birmingham leads clean cold roadshow in China
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University of Birmingham clean cold experts are joining their Chinese counterparts to explore how industry and academia can work together to create sustainable cooling.

HRH The Duke of Sussex visits the world's first conflict wound research centre

HRH The Duke of Sussex visits the world's first conflict wound research centre
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HRH The Duke of Sussex met scientists and clinical experts during a visit to the world's first specialist military and civilian wound research centre.

The engineering behind your Valentine's chocolate

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Our researchers at the Centre for Formulation Engineering are ensuring chocolate looks appealing, melts in the mouth, and is even lower in fat, sugar and salt.

Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Formulation Engineering receives EPSRC funding

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The University of Birmingham has been awarded funding for its EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Formulation Engineering.

Engineer takes first step to developing rigorous numerical model to predict the shape and size of drops and flows occurring within micro-fluidic devices

Engineer takes first step to developing rigorous numerical model to predict the shape and size of drops and flows occurring within micro-fluidic devices
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Engineer takes first step to developing rigorous numerical model to predict the shape and size of drops and flows occurring within micro-fluidic devices

Birmingham to train future innovation leaders in regenerative medicine

Birmingham to train future innovation leaders in regenerative medicine
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The University of Birminghamis part of a collaborative Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT).

Chemical Engineering researchers recognised for healthcare innovation at the RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Annual Conference

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Tom Hall and Tom Robinson, Doctoral Researchers at the School of Chemical Engineering, were recognised for their innovative research at the RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Annual Conference.

Scientists win over £275,000 to develop new test for aggressive prostate cancer

Scientists win over £275,000 to develop new test for aggressive prostate cancer
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Researchers from the University of Birmingham have received a grant from charity Prostate Cancer UK to help develop a new test to accurately show how aggressive someone's prostate cancer is.

Professor Alvin Nienow wins Peter Dunnill Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK bioprocessing

Professor Alvin Nienow wins Peter Dunnill Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK bioprocessing
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The prestigious 2018 Peter Dunnill Award was received at the BioIndustry Association's (BIA) 15th Annual bioProcessUK Conference in Edinburgh in November 2018.
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