Welcome to our recruitment page for 2021/2022! You can find a timeline of our important deadlines and application forms here.
The applications for the 2021/2022 year are currently closed! Check our Facebook page and leave a like for updates on projects, member activities and future registrations dates! Feel free to explore Envision and its projects, or email us at [email protected] for any enquiries.
Envision, as the UBC chapter of AIChE, does not require applications for membership. Envision events are open for all UBC students and the general public to join, and we encourage you to sign up as an AIChE Member to take full advantage of professional networking and academic enrichment opportunities! If you are interested in joining an Envision project, please refer to the application links below.
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UBC Chem-E-Car is a design team under the UBC Chemical & Biological Engineering Department that competes in the annual AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) Regional and National Chem-E-Car Competitions. We are a top contender in our region, having placed in regional and national Chem-E-Car Competitions in the past. While currently employing electrochemical batteries on our model-size cars, biochemical batteries is a frontier that no one has mastered yet. Can you help us be the first?
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Do you have a passion for the Chemical Arts? More importantly, do you like beer? UBC Envision BioT recruits for sub-teams: brewing, instrumentation and laboratory teams.
Our focus is to develop craft brewing technologies and to create an automated brewing system with the ability to monitor and control process variables such as temperature and acidity in real-time. We make efforts to design and implement low-cost data monitoring and have our innovative techniques and advanced technology be applied to actual breweries to brew the perfect beer through various projects.
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Established in the summer of 2017, Green Joule focuses on the growth and extraction processes of algae biofuels; we wanted to combine the different uses of microalgae to maximize production, instead of purely focusing on one deliverable of the algae cell. The project hopes to recruit fellow enthusiastic parties (such as yourself, reader) to help grow the scope and ambition of the team. Currently, we have our sights set on perfecting our process in the lab while looking to incorporate genetic modification into the mix in the hopes of making the biofuel yields more abundant. Who knows where you might take the team?
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UBC CRIT (Cosmetic Research and Innovation Team) will be researching Vitamin C and its stability and hopefully presenting at the UBC Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference. Join 2 skincare-obsessed co-captains and pick up some tips on how to take care of your largest organ
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