New research aims to embed digital tools in formulated product manufacture
Researchers at the University of Manchester have successfully developed a graphene ‘sieve’ that can be used to desalinate seawater.
Ambitious early career researchers with interests in corrosion protection have been given the opportunity to join a hybrid programme – allowing them to work in Europe while also studying a PhD at The University of Manchester.
The latest post on the UoM Chemical Engineering blog is an interview with young researcher Nadeen Al-Janabi, who has reached the final stage of IChemE's Young Chemical Engineer in Research Award.
The latest post on the UoM Chemical Engineering blog is a #ChemEngCatchUp interview with Emily Cooksey.
The latest post on the UoM Chemical Engineering blog is a #ChemEngCatchUp interview with Head of School Chris Hardacre.
The latest post on the UoM Chemical Engineering blog is a #ChemEngCatchUp interview with alum Gbemi Oluleye
The latest post on the UoM Chemical Engineering blog is a #ChemEngCatchUp interview with Teacher of the Year Tom Rodgers
Professor Adisa Azapagic and PhD student Cristina Perez have been featured in a short documentary made by El Pais, the most popular newspaper in Spain.
It was a successful evening for our school at the University’s Venture Further Awards earlier this month.
The latest post on the UoM Chemical Engineering blog is a #ChemEngCatchUp interview with PDRA Ximena Schmidt.
The School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Sciences would like to welcome Professor Chris Hardacre, who joins us today (April 1st 2016) as our new Head of School.
School lecturer Dr Nima Shokri was the recipient of the latest Soil Physics Early Career Award, presented by the Soil Science Society of America.
School researcher Dr Stuart Holmes and his colleague Dr Rahul Nair have been awarded an ‘Adventures in Energy Grant’ by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
Our congratulations go to Dr James Winterburn after he was awarded 3rd prize at the University’s Social Responsibility and Volunteer of the Year Awards!
Two exciting new jobs are now available in the School.
Dr Kranthi Maniam, a PDRA in Dr Stuart Holmes’s research group, has received the ‘Gandhian Young Technological Innovation award.’
We are pleased to announce that nine undergraduate students from the School of CEAS have received BP Integrated Masters Scholarships for 2014.
This year Postgraduate research conference will take place on July 4th in the EBL rooms of the James Chadwick Building.
Award includes coveted summer internship with global energy giant
Six students from the School of CEAS have received the BP Achievement award for next academic year
A new process control room – installed with Siemens ‘distributed control system’, designed to help students learn about advanced process automation – was officially opened on Tues 8th April within the James Chadwick Building.
Engineering educators must tap into students’passion, curiosity, engagement and dreams
The University of Manchester hosted the Thermodynamics 2013 conference.
A 'magic carpet' which can immediately detect when someone has fallen and can help to predict mobility problems was exhibited at the Conservative Party Conference held in Manchester from September 30th to October 2nd.
The University’s Dalton Nuclear Institute officially opened its Cumbrian research facility on Friday September 6th
Staff and students from Connell Sixth Form College spend the afternoon learning about chemical engineering and university life
Professor Adisa Azapagic elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering
University scientists are cooking up a green fuel revolution – by investigating how to use our waste cooking oil to produce Biodiesel suitable for use in campus vehicles
We are pleased to announce that Professor Gordon Tiddy has been awarded the winner of the first "Formula - Pierre Fillet" prize.
Congratulations to a design project team for winning first prize in the PricewaterhouseCoopers student team awards.
Adisa Azapagic unpacks the carbon footprint of her evening meal and asks if we should be worried about it...
A 'magic carpet' which can immediately detect when someone has fallen and can help to predict mobility problems has been demonstrated by University of Manchester scientists
The 2012 Athena SWAN awards have been released with Chemical Engineering at Manchester receiving the silver award. Only 5 Chemical Engineering Departments have received this award in its history and the School is rightly proud of this achievement
The School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science held a celebration at its new home, the James Chadwick Building, on Thursday 21 June
The School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science is part of the Faculty of Science and Engineering