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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
The UKCCSRC recently supported Imran Ahmed from Newcastle University to attend the ECR Winter School hosted by the CDT in Resilient Decarbonised Fuel Energy Systems. Here he shares his experiences
Prof Yong Yan, University of Kent, shares his report blog as an output from his project report for Monitoring of CO2 flow under CCS conditions through multi-modal sensing and machine learning,
We’re delighted to share a blog on the Scientific Council Collaboration Fund (SCCF) 2018 project, Exploitation of specialised CCUS equation of state, from the project’s research team Dr Ben Wetenhall
We’re pleased to present a blog output from one of our 2018 Scientific Council Collaboration Fund award winners, Prof Hao Liu, University of Nottingham, and Prof Steven Milne, University of
CO2-FROST: CO2 frost formation during cryogenic carbon capture with tomography analysis is a research project funded as part of the UKCCSRC flexible funding 2020 programme. Here, David Cann (University of
Dr Richard Porter and Dr Ryan (Feng) Wang, both from the Department of Chemical Engineering, University College London, provide an overview of their CCS research project, Optimising methanol production from
Congratulations to Salman Masoudi Soltani, whose research paper for his UKCCSRC 2020 flexible funding project has just been published! Salman’s paper, Influence of surface modification on selective CO2 adsorption: A