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A multi-layered view of chemical and biochemical engineering

Abstract : The contents of this article are based on the results of discussions the corresponding author has had since 2015 with the co-authors, who are members of academia and industry in Europe, on the scope and significance of chemical and biochemical engineering as a discipline. The result is a multi-layered view of chemical and biochemical engineering where the inner-layer deals with the fundamental principles and their application; the middle-layer deals with consolidation and expansion of the principles through a combination of science and engineering, leading to the development of sustainable technologies; and the outer-layer deals with integration of knowledge and collaboration with other disciplines to achieve a more sustainable society. Through this multi-layered view several important issues with respect to education, research and practice are highlighted together with current and future challenges and opportunities.
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Rafiqul Gani, Jerzy Bałdyga, Béatrice Biscans, Elisabetta Brunazzi, Jean-Claude Charpentier, et al.. A multi-layered view of chemical and biochemical engineering. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Elsevier, 2020, 155, pp.A133-A145. ⟨10.1016/j.cherd.2020.01.008⟩. ⟨hal-02502429⟩

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