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The School of Chemical Engineering welcomes Associate Professor Mike Manefield on board. Previously from UNSW Faculty of Science, Mike's research involves the development of technologies in bioremediation, biogas production and...
A society run entirely by students for students, the Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Society (CEUS) has won the UNSW ARC People’s Choice Award for Club of the Year in 2016.
Alumna Julia Hempenstall is the Sydney City Lead for UberEATS.

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Postgraduate Information Session

Postgraduate Information Session

10 May 2017
Learn more about our flexible degree structures, diverse course options, leading researchers and academics and...

2017 Asian Engineering Deans’ Summit

4 June 2017 to 6 June 2017
The Asian Engineering Deans' Summit (AEDS) is an annual conference where Asian Engineering Deans gather...

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