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Blind engineering student set to graduate from Swarthmore College

In seventh grade, Hayden Dahmm created a little bit of electricity.

For a science competition, Dahmm built a small solar collector out of a soda bottle and some pieces of copper that he had oxidized on a hot plate. 1,288 more words


Five projects that raise the profile of chemical engineering (Day 361)

Day 361 – five days and counting.

During my year as novice blogger, I’ve been made aware of many excellent projects involving outreach that raise the profile of our profession to the public, and in particular, to school children. 699 more words

Geoff Maitland

CCS equals 'Carbon Capture and Students' (Day 355)

As regular readers will recognise, I am based at Imperial College London and today, I want to describe some of the work that goes on here. 657 more words

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Imperial College London interviewed me

Last Summer Imperial College London sent a delegation led by Professor David Gann, Vice President and Head of Development & Innovation, to San Francisco and Silicon Valley. 97 more words

Animal research openness in action – from Cambridge to Florida

Last week we published an article calling on all involved in animal research to speak up for science as animal rights activists held their annual World Week for Animals in Laboratories (WWAIL), writing: 745 more words


Shaping the evolution of chemical engineering - The Sargent Medal (Day 326)

Many people in the chemical engineering community have taken their inspiration from Professor Roger Sargent who served IChemE as its President in 1973. Roger is described by many as the “Father of process systems engineering”. 512 more words

Geoff Maitland