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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology


On 20 November 2009, Immanuel (Manny) Kemp spent the day attending lectures and practicals dressed as Batman and collecting for Children in Need.

He is a Chemical Engineering undergraduate, in Part IIB of his MEng.

We congratulate Manny on collecting £180.63 for good causes.

Immanuel Kemp
Santa As the Children in Need Batman thing was such a success with over £110 raised in the department, Manny decided to undertake the ritual humiliation again and came in on 1 December with a bucket for the homelessness charity Shelter and a Father Christmas costume.

Manny said, "Shelter is the nominated charity for Cambridge RAG's Christmas tour this year, which I am attending, and I hope to get it going with a bit of a chemengy bang."

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