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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
A new paper by Jen Roberts (Chancellor’s Fellow in Energy. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Strathclyde) and Linda Stalker (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Here we have a very informative blog post by Dr Gang Wang, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Institute of GeoEnergy Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, on the career benefits of organising ECR events.
As part of the UKCCSRC Flexible Funding programme, Professor Karen Turner, Director of the Centre for Energy Policy, and her team at the University of Strathclyde, looked at the potential
Dr Sergey Martynov, Department of Chemical Engineering, University College London gives an overview the research he undertook in collaboration with researchers from University College London and the University of Manchester.
As part of our Spring 2020 Web Series, our Research Support Officer Rachel Money presents a lay view on the importance of narratives in communicating CCS effectively: As part of
Reace, David and Laura recently organised an ECR-led workshop, ‘Decarbonisation through Large-Scale Hydrogen Production and CCS Infrastructure’ at the University of Chester, with support from the University of Edinburgh, with