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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

 
Front page of tce

The merger between the Department of Chemical Engineering and the Institute of Biotechnology has received media attention with the chemical engineer calling it a 'Marriage of Love'.

In the June 2008 issue of tce, Claudia Flavell-While writes that all too often, such mergers are imposed from above, but this one seemed like a natural progression.

It's great to see such positive reporting of our good news story and we look forward to many more such articles as our research progresses and develops in future.

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