Henry Armstrong Memorial Lecture - Process and Product Design with Molecules
Tuesday 21 June 2011, SCI HQ, 14-15 Belgrave Square, London, UK
Henry Armstrong, the Society’s first Messel Medallist, was a visionary, a pioneer, and a highly respected Member. His life’s work was centred on chemistry education within engineering schools, and through it he came to be recognised as a founding father of chemical engineering. He played an important part in establishing the SCI Process Engineering Group. Every year SCI honours his memory with a memorial lecture on the subject of chemical engineering, materials science and engineering, energy efficiency or a related field.
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