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The society recognises top engineering students and graduates for their achievements in chemical engineering while promoting their further success in the field.
And that's what Amit Chakma, president of the University of Western Ontario (UWO) did at the 61st Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference held last Oct.
In 2007 chemical engineering researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, created the first functional radio from a single carbon nanotube, one ten-thousandth of the diameter of a human hair.
Laurentian University is receiving $535,462 in FedNor funding to buy scientific equipment for the creation of its chemical engineering lab and for the Canada Research Chair in Robotics and Mining Automation (CRC).
Many of the key issues raised at that forum are examined in a forward-looking article written by two NIST scientists for Chemical Engineering Progress, the flagship magazine of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
While it has been the chemists who have invented and synthesized drugs, polymers, fertilizers, and other chemicals that are important in our lives today, it has been the distinct contribution of the chemical engineering profession to manufacture these and other chemicals cheaply, efficiently, and in quantity.
Kettering University will dedicate its new Chemical Engineering Laboratory and facilities during ribbon-cutting ceremonies at 11 a.
The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) Nominating Committee, appointed under the terms of CSChE bylaws Article 8, Section (k), has proposed the candidates listed below to serve as CSChE officers and directors for 2011-2012.