The Chemical Engineer goes to the IChemE Global Awards 2016
22 December 2016
Senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe reports from the IChemE Global Awards 2016 and interviews some of the winners.
IChemE Global Awards 2016 from The Chemical Engineer on Vimeo.
Camille Petit talks to TCE about her functional nanomaterials
27 January 2016
IChemE Warner Prize winner Camille Petit tells senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe how functional nanomaterials could tackle climate change, treat water and provide sustainable energy.
Camille Petit talks to TCE about her functional nanomaterials from The Chemical Engineer on Vimeo.
The Chemical Engineer reports from the 2015 IChemE Global Awards
23 December 2015
Senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe reports from the ceremony, including interviews with the winners.
tce visits the IChemE Awards 2014
20 February 2014
tce senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe reports from the 2014 IChemE Awards and speaks to some of the winners and nominees.
tce visits the IChemE Awards 2014 from The Chemical Engineer on Vimeo.
JETting into the future
16 December 2014
tce senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe visits the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy to find out the latest developments in nuclear fusion power.
Behind the Mask
18 September 2014
tce senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe finds out how virtual reality could change safety training.
Judith Hackitt speaks about her year as IChemE president
16 July 2014
2013-14 IChemE president Judith Hackitt reflects on her presidential year with tce senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe.
Judith Hackitt speaks about her year as president from The Chemical Engineer on Vimeo.
Wade Allison tells tce about nuclear radiation
2 June 2014
University of Oxford professor Wade Allison explains to tce senior reporter Helen Tunnicliffe why we shouldn't fear nuclear radiation.
Sarah Button tells tce about Raincatcher
27 March 2014
Sarah Button, IChemE Young Chemical Engineer of the Year and a trustee of the charity Raincatcher, talks to tce's Helen Tunnicliffe about building rainwater harvesting systems in Tanzania.
CaSE Cross-Party Science and Engineering Debate
5 November 2013
With less than two years until the UK's General Election, the Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) brought together the science spokespeople from the three main Westminster parties to debate the future direction of science and engineering in the UK. The event was held at the Royal Society in London on 30 October.
Biofuels, Whisky and Me: Professor Martin Tangney at TEDxChai
16 August 2013
Martin Tangney, founder of biofuel company Celtic Renewables, shares his experiences developing biofuel from the by-products of one of Scotland's greatest products - malt whisky. Tangney won the 2012 IChemE Innovator of the Year award for his process.
Dow Chemical chief Andrew Liveris
2 May 2013
Andrew Liveris, CEO of Dow Chemical, talks to tce about how an education in chemical engineering has helped him succeed in the ‘chaos’ of the business world; discusses his goals as chairman of the US Business Council; and explains his direct opposition to exporting US shale gas as LNG.
Brian Cox speaks to IChemE
26 February 2013
Professor Brian Cox takes us behind the scenes on Wonders of the Universe, reveals his approach to making complex science and engineering accessible to the public and discusses his views on chemical engineering.