Imperial College London

Chemical Engineering academics featured in The Engineer


Equipment for use in research on carbon capture

Equipment for use in research on carbon capture

Professor Nilay Shah and Professor Paul Fennell formed part of a panel of experts for an in-depth Q&A to discuss the current net zero journey.

Discussion focused on the role that organisations – including the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London – are playing to improve carbon capture, with Professor Fennell and Professor Shah expanding on the current developments within the Department, and in general in the UK, to improve current technologies and engage with new infrastructure.

All technologies must be developed, and at breakneck speed, to avoid climate catastrophe. Professor Paul Fennell Department of Chemical Engineering

The panel in The Engineer UK comprised of:

  • Ben Tze Kek - Deputy managing director, Northern Endurance Partnership
  • Jon Gibbins - Director at UKCCSRC
  • Paul Fennell - Professor of clean energy at Imperial College London
  • Nilay Shah - Professor of process systems engineering at Imperial College London



Net-Zero, Research, Engineering-Chemical-Eng
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