IChemE announces participation in new ITN Business programme, ‘Engineering: Today, Tomorrow & Beyond’

10 April 2024

IChemE has confirmed its involvement in ‘Engineering: Today, Tomorrow & Beyond,’ a forthcoming digital news-style programme produced by ITN Business.

Launching on National Engineering Day, Wednesday November 6, 2024, the programme will explore the positive work currently underway across the spectrum of engineering disciplines, increase awareness of the vast range of career opportunities within the engineering sector and reaffirm the critical importance of chemical and process engineers in achieving our net zero and sustainability commitments.


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Presented by Dr Shini Somara, ‘Engineering: Today, Tomorrow & Beyond’ will feature interviews with key opinion leaders from IChemE and other prominent professional engineering institutions: the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. It will also include engaging reporter-led content and powerful case studies that shine a light on the engineering businesses and other organisations leading the way towards a more sustainable world.

IChemE Director of Member Experience and Professional Learning, Dr Rachel Bibby, said “IChemE is dedicated to championing the positive contributions that chemical and process engineers can make to society and the environment. Collaborating with ITN Business and our fellow professional engineering institutions on this production will enable us to raise the profile of the chemical engineering profession to wider audiences across society. It will also help to inspire and encourage our future talent pools, in order to ensure that all engineering disciplines are equipped with the individuals needed to address the global grand challenges and create a sustainable future.”

‘Engineering: Today, Tomorrow & Beyond’ will be hosted on the ITN Business Content Hub and promoted across various digital channels alongside a campaign with The New Scientist.

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