IChemE launches Knowledge Hub

Article by Amanda Doyle

ICHEME has launched its Knowledge Hub, which is a virtual library of thousands of resources for process engineers.

Information from a broad range of sources will be available on the Knowledge Hub, including historic journal papers, incident reports, good practice guides from the IChemE Safety Centre, articles from The Chemical Engineer and Loss Prevention Bulletin, online training courses, and Hazards conference proceedings. More than 9,000 pieces of technical content will be accessible through a single searchable index. The content can also be browsed by industry, topic, author, or date.

Jarka Glassey, Vice President of IChemE’s Learned Society, said: “IChemE has historically produced and continues to produce an exceptional amount of technical content helping to inform, advise and provide guidance to chemical and process engineers around the world. The Knowledge Hub is a fantastic resource that enables members and others involved in the chemical engineering profession to access the full extent of this information with just a few clicks of the mouse.”

“Over time we will continue to add more and more content to the Knowledge Hub, ensuring that all of IChemE’s technical information and guidance is easily accessible in one place.”

Article by Amanda Doyle

Staff Reporter, The Chemical Engineer

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