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Just to share a quick information that I received from IChemE Facebook - posted by Tanya Graham about thee ChemEng08 held in Birmingham.

Not being in Birmingham, UK at ChemEng 08 doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the biggest IChemE event of the year!!

For just £20.00, from wherever you are in the world, you can tune in LIVE to the ChemEng08 webcast and view all of the main sessions from the Global Forum Theatre.

After the event, as part of the online registration fee, you will also have online access to view over 15 of the sessions from the technical programme.

Wednesday highlights include: Opportunities and Challenges of Emerging Markets (Chaired by David Smith, Economics Editor at the UK’s Sunday Times); Education and Skills – Bridging the Gap (Chaired by Colin Grant, Dean of Engineering at University of Strathclyde); and seminar programmes dedicated to Health, Safety & Environment; Sustainable Technology; and Energy.

Thursday opens with IChemE President, Professor Richard Darton delivering his presidential address before the Global Forum Debate – Chemical Engineers believe the world needs more innovation and less regulation. Appearing on the panel are Judith Hackitt, Chair of the UK’s Health & Safety Executive; Nigel Hirst, Managing Director of Haden Freeman Ltd; Ian Shott, IChemE Deputy President and President & Chief Executive of Excelsyn; and Peter Davidson, Innovation Advisor at BERR and DIUS.

Other Thursday highlights include an update on the progress of the Institution’s Technical Roadmap by IChemE Chief Executive, Dr David Brown; and seminars programmes dedicated to Food & Drink; Water; and Biosystems.

Registration is £20, check this amount in your local currency at: www.finance.yahoo.com/currency

The webcasting is open to both members and non-members of IChemE.

To register for the ChemEng 08 webcast, go to www.chemeng08.com

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