Chemical Engineering : An Evergreen Stream


As per IEEE Survey reports, Chemical Engineering is the second most demanding branch in the world. Ever wondered how materials like nylon and polyester are made? How it's possible to make food stay fresh for longer? Or what happens inside a water treatment plant? Maybe you know all that, but are curious about how bionic plants, fog harvesting and carbon nanotubes can be used to improve the world around you. These are just some examples of topics you might cover as part of a chemical engineering degree - essentially the study of how to turn raw materials into useful, everyday (or perhaps more specialized) products.

Chemical engineering is a multi-disciplinary branch of engineering that combines natural and experimental sciences (such as chemistry and physics), along with life sciences (such as biology, microbiology and biochemistry) plus mathematics and economics to design, develop, produce, transform, transport, operate and manage the industrial processes that turn raw materials into valuable products.