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We’re excited to share a blog report from one of our Flexible Funding 2020 projects, Salman Masoudi Soltani’s Biomass combustion ash in carbon capture. Here’s what the team have to
It’s been a good week for blogs from our Flexible Funding investigators! We’re really happy to share our second blog report for this week, the blog report on Feasibility study
We’re pleased to share the blog report as an output of ‘Advancements in mixed amine atmospheric kinetic models‘, one of our Flexible Funding 2021 projects from Dr Kevin Hughes and
In this case study, we’ll be exploring 2021’s SSE Thermal Academic Engineer placement with the previous successful applicant, our ECR member Jacky Penn of the University of Newcastle, and an
Dr Charithea Charalambous is a research associate in the Research Centre for Carbon Solutions (RCCS) and the UK Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC) at Heriot-Watt University. Charithea was
Today we’re sharing a diary-style blog report from Dr Andrew Cavanagh (University of Edinburgh), on ‘Storage Capacity and Reserve Provision – The gigatonne challenge embedded in European net zero’, as
We’re pleased to share a blog report below from Stavros Michailos, Mohammed S. Ismail and Lin Ma of Energy 2050 at the University of Sheffield, on Lin’s Flexible Funding 2020
We’re pleased to share this blog post co-authored by Chinonyelum Udemu (University of Hull), David Eshun (University of Chester) and Monica Da Silva Santos (Cranfield University), who had the opportunity
We’re pleased to share the press release on some key findings from Dr Stuart Gilfillan’s 2018 Flexible Funded project, Resolving CO2 trapping and tracking CO2 migration in the Carbon Management
Related to Prof Yong Yan’s recent blog report on his Flexible Funded 2020 project, we’re pleased to share more about the paper that has been published as a result. Professor