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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
Dhinesh Thangandar from Cranfield University shares his experience of collaborating with the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, with funding secured from the 2019 ECR Collaboration Fund: Collaboration with
Here we talk to Hisham Al-Baroudi, an ECR member from Cranfield University, who used the funding he secured through our 2018 ECR Collaboration fund to collaborate with researchers at the
Dr Jen Roberts, Strathclyde University I recently wrote a blog post about the fact that I did some work and I forgot to tell anyone about it. The paper I
Dr Jen Roberts, University of Strathclyde. I forgot to tell anyone about my work and it has come back to haunt me in the form of the REF. I like
Here our ECR member Anna Stork, from the University of Bristol, shares her experiences using the funding she was awarded as part of the ECR Collaboration Fund: I am very
We, Xiaoyu Wei (Cranfield University), Yuan Chen (University of Edinburgh), LABIB Mennatallah (University of Edinburgh) and David Cann (University of Chester), had the opportunity to attend the 5-day training course
Christopher de Leeuwe, Newcastle University, Solene Marine Chiquier, Imperial Collage London and Alexandros Argyris, University of Manchester discuss what they learnt about the ACT Projects during the session on day one