We are committed to ensuring the research undertaken within our School really makes a difference.
Our work has a direct impact on society, industry, health, public policy and the economy, and we collaborate with organisations to broaden its reach.
By facilitating the development of spin-out companies and engaging with the public across all age groups, we are continuing to make a positive difference to communities locally and around the world.
The case studies below demonstrate the breadth of our activities and how our research underpins a wide range of innovations and enriches our culture.
We have developed software tools so companies can better estimate the full carbon footprint of their products.
We have helped to develop a suite of tools to identify ways to make chemical processing more efficient and sustainable.
Our research has focused on early detection of fuel leaks to improve methods of risk assessment and management.
New modelling and software tools based on 'pinch technology' have identified efficiency savings in chemical processing.
Read the best research coming out of the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science in the latest edition of the Faculty of Science and Engineering's In Abstract.
Researchers from the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science speak about how their research can benefit the public: