EngineersJournal.ie is calling on undergraduate bioprocess or chemical engineering students to submit articles during 2017. The first prize is €300, with two further runners-up prizes of €100 each
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The competition is for the best article by an undergraduate chemical or bioprocess engineering student published in the Engineers Journal during 2017. The first prize is €300, with two further runners-up prizes of €100 each.

The aim of the award is to encourage chemical and bio-process engineering students to publish articles in the Engineers Journal, thereby publicising the work of undergraduate students.

The competition, which is being run in association with the Chemical and Process Engineering Division of Engineers Ireland, is open to all undergraduate chemical-engineering students studying in Ireland (including those who graduate during the year of the competition).

Both content and presentation will be considered when judging articles. The editor of the Engineers Journal may choose a judging panel. The decision of the editor of the Engineers Journal will be final.

Chemical-engineering students who wish to enter the competition should send their articles (and any accompanying images) to Mary Anne Carrigan at mcarrigan@engineersireland.ie.

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The competition is for the best article by an undergraduate chemical or bioprocess engineering student published in the Engineers Journal during 2017. The first prize is €300, with two further runners-up prizes of €100 each. The aim of the award is to encourage chemical and bio-process engineering students to publish...