Monash University receives highly commended

10 November

The Awards for innovation and excellence 2010 were held on 4 November 2010 in Manchester, UK.

The IChemE awards recognise and reward chemical engineering innovation and excellence. Now in their 17th year, the IChemE awards celebrate both individual and team achievement. The IChemE awards are recognised and highly regarded throughout the international chemical, process and biochemical engineering community.

At the Awards, the BEL team at Monash University was awarded a Highly Commended for the area of Bioprocessing. This is an excellent result on the international stage.

The bioprocessing award – sponsored by CEL International

The bioprocessing award recognises the best project to demonstrate a contribution to, or collaboration helping to, develop biotechnologies and bioprocessing applications. These can involve novel uses of biological materials or feedstocks, biocatalysis, biochemical engineering or bio-based processes.

Winner

University College London - Multidisciplinary Academic-Industry Partnership Speeding the Creation of Industrial Biocatalytic Routes to Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals

Highly commended

Monash University - DNA vaccine purification technology The Automation Partnership - AMBR Bioreactor technology

Also shortlisted

Queen Mary University of London - Spinner Flask Bioreactor Shear Stress

Source:IChemE

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