Bradford officially relaunches chemeng

February 2011
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Feb2011, Issue 836, p20
Academic Journal
The article reports on the relaunch of the University of Bradford's chemical engineering programme held on January 6, 2011 and was attended by the dean of engineering Alistair Wood, chemical engineering course leader Raj Patel, professor of computational process engineering Iqbal Mutjaba, and Institute of Chemical Engineers chief executive officer David Brown.


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