We plan to host multiple webinars across the year, mostly on a monthly basis. Please contact us for more information or to volunteer to present a webinar.

Webinar on Process Safety

Rob Peeling Britest
21st Apr, 2020 3-4 PM BST
The webinar will provide an awareness of process safety risks and its mitigation and some of the types of process hazards that can arise. The webinar will discuss a range of techniques that can be applied to mitigate risks. The webinar will explain some of the means to reduce the consequences of a hazardous event.

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Webinars by CPACT of interest to our members

If you wish to register please contact Christine Stevenson on Christine.stevenson@strath.ac.uk

Statistical Impact within the Process Industries                                                                                               30/04/20

FTIR Spectroscopic Imaging of Proteins                                                                                                        07/05/20

Design of Experiments Series                                                                                                                     21/05/20

CPACT DoEMAN software presentation                                                                                                       28/05/20

Metabolic Modelling in Bioprocessing: How to use genome scale metabolic models to gain process understanding  10/09/20

IChemE Webinars of interest to our members

Applications of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Technologies for Suitable Processes and Waste Valorization

12 May 2020, Online

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Freeze Drying in the Food Industry: From R&D to Commercial Manufacturing

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Food and Drink Special Interest Group

Latest Developments of Biorefinery in the Biomanufacturing Industry

26 June 2020, Online

Biochemical Engineering Special Interest Group

Navigating A Volatile Chemicals Market Through Digitalisation

30 April 2020, Online

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