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Chemical Engineering – Without the Chemicals

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Tim has worked in many of these sectors, and the talk will describe how chemical engineering can be applied in the Photographic , Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Nuclear Medicine and other Industries. Chemical Engineering is usually closely associated with the Oil & Gas Industry, Petrochemicals, or the mainstream Chemical Industries. Many of the processes use hazardous, toxic and/or flammable chemicals at high temperatures & pressures, with all the associated safety requirements. However there are many other career pathways for Chemical Engineers – such as Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, The Food, Drink & Dairy sectors, and a variety of other less obvious areas. Many of these processes are aqueous based, at low temperatures & pressure, and (mostly ) non-hazardous chemicals. This can create very different focus – different things are important.

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