Chem-E-Car Resources Chem-E-Car Competition®Rules Chem-E-Car Questions Safety Training Course & Quiz Awards Description & Winners Upcoming Chem-E-Car Events Korea Regional Chem-E-Car Competition KAIST will be hosting the Korea Regional Chem-E-Car Competition in Daejeon, Korea. 2019 India Student Regional Conference Chem-E-Car Competition The 2019 India Student Regional Conference - SYNTROPY will be held at MIT-WPU in Pune, India. Third AIChE Middle East Regional Chem-E-Car Competition The AIChE Middle East Regional Chem-E-Car Competition® challenges undergraduate students to develop and construct a car powered by a chemical or biochemical energy source, which will safely transport a specified weight over a given distance and then stop. Recent Chem-E-Car Events 2019 AIChE Greece Regional Chem-E-Car Competition The AIChE Greece Regional Chem-E-Car Competition® challenges undergraduate students to develop and construct a car powered by a chemical or biochemical energy source, which will safely transport a specified weight over a given distance and then stop. The 2019 competition is being hosted by the National Technical University of Athens Student Chapter of AIChE and will include teams from all AIChE Student Chapters in Greece. 2019 China Chem-E-Car Competition 2018 Annual Student Conference Chem-E-Car Competition® A highlight of the Annual Student Conference, more than 40 student teams from around the world will be racing their chemically powered vehicles. Come and cheer for your favorite team as they compete for the international title! Chem-E-Car in the News University of New Hampshire – Easy Peasy Calcium Chloride Squeezy July 16, 2019 Learn how one Chem-E-Car® team uses a bio-mechanism relying on peas to stop its car. 2019 North-Central Student Regional Conference Recap April 25, 2019 If you're looking for great business experience, helping organize a student conference helps hone skills that will be useful in your career. Sister Chapter Spotlight – March 2019 March 11, 2019 Hear how two AIChE Student Chapters in the US and India are helping each other out by sharing Chem-E-Car experiences and other useful know-how.