Latest news from the school of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Professor Peter Robertson from the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has been appointed to the Strategic Advisory Network of the EPSRC, the UK's main agency for funding research in engineering and the physical sciences.
The School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Queen's has announced its latest PhD opportunities in a range of chemical science areas, for October 2021 entry.
Dr Yikai Xu has been awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship, providing him with funding to support a three-year long project which seeks to develop the next generation of nanoparticles.
A number of academics from the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering have been promoted during the latest progression exercise carried out by the University.
The School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has held its annual postgraduate research event, in partnership with world-leading pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly.
The School is proud to announce that following the latest IChemE accreditation visit, all our Chemical Engineering pathways have been been awarded internationally accredited degree status.
The "Engineering the Energy Transition Conference", held at the Titanic Hotel, Belfast from the 26-28th February, brought together a host of academics, experts, industrialists, and students from across all areas of sustainability development.
The School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Queen's has welcomed Prof. Danny McStay as a visiting professor under the Royal Academy of Engineering's Visiting Professor Scheme.
Dr Yikai Xu, a recent PhD graduate from the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, and current postdoctoral researcher, has been awarded the Royal Irish Academy's (RIA) Kathleen Lonsdale Prize for 2019.
Professor AP de Silva from the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Queen's has been named as the latest recipient of the Boyle Higgins Gold Medal, awarded by the Institute of Chemistry in Ireland.