Department of Chemical Engineering
If we are going to live in cities, there must be water
Author: Professor Jan Hofman More than half of the global population lives in cities and the percentage of people living there is still growing. These urban dwellers all need water, but their prospects are not very bright. This is the...
Faculty of Engineering & Design REF 2021 'thank you' event
The Faculty of Engineering & Design’s REF 2021 'thank you' event took place on 25 April. Approximately 50 people attended the event, which had been arranged to thank colleagues from the Faculty, Research & Innovation Services (RIS) and the Library...
REF 2021: Celebrating our submission
Today is the REF 2021 deadline and to celebrate our submission, Professor Davide Mattia, Associate Dean (Research), reflects on the Faculty’s journey over the last six years preparing for the REF and how our research has made a difference.
Assessing the spread of antimicrobial resistance to develop new risk modelling techniques
Author: Benedek Plosz - A new £200,000 study – funded by EU’s H2020 – will assess the spread of antimicrobial resistance under dynamic, environmentally representative conditions, leading to the development of new risk modelling tools as means of surveillance. The...
Can we use cultured meat to feed the growing planet in a sustainable way?
Authors: Moein Mir Fakhar and Scott Allan - Within Dr Marianne Ellis’ Tissue Engineering Group in the Department of Chemical Engineering researchers are designing bioreactors to scale-up cultured meat production. Two of the PhD students, we like to call ourselves Moein...