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Prof John Kelly awarded ESB Outstanding Contribution to Engineering award at the 2017 Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards

Prof. John Kelly, former UCD Registrar, former Dean of the UCD Faculty of Engineering, and emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering was presented with the ESB Outstanding Contribution to Engineering Award at the 2017 Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards.

Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering Student Awards 2017

The annual EGA Awards Ceremony celebrates the achievements of UCD Engineering students in a range of of academic and professionally-related endeavours.

Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering Graduates 2017

On September 4, the School celebrated the 2017 BE & BSc conferrings. Also celebrating his graduation was Huayu Cao (above), who was conferred with a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering. For his PhD, Dr. Huayu Cao, who is now a UCD Postdoctoral Research Fellow, worked on Biofilm Engineering under the supervision of Prof. Eoin Casey.

Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering Student Wins AbbVie Intern Award 2017

Congratulations to Sandi Ndebele, who, from a field of 21 AbbVie Interns, won the AbbVie Highest Impact Award (for Interns of less than 6 months), based on his performance with AbbVie in Sligo, during Summer 2017.

Electric-field boost to water flow potentially offers alternative water treatment technology

Applying an electric field to water in a naturally occurring protein substantially boosts the flow of the liquid and opens up the possibility of delivering more efficient water treatment technology, according to a study co-authored by UCD academics.

Energy-saving UCD technology breathes life into wastewater treatment

Part 9 of our researcher case studies we meet the second researcher from the UCD School of Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering, Professor Eoin Casey.

UCD honorary degree for Sir Ciarán Devane;

UCD has conferred an honorary degree on Sir Ciarán Devane, Chief Executive of the British Council. Ciarán, a native of Dublin, Ciaran was appointed Chief Executive of Macmillan Cancer Support in 2007. The charity is one of the largest in the UK and provides healthcare information, support and financial assistance to millions of cancer sufferers across Britain.