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Yiji Lu, Newcastle University and Ariane D. Kamkeng, University of Sheffield reflect on the opening and closing sessions of the UKCCSRC Autumn Programme Conference held on 4th – 5th of September, held at
The CCS Summer School, in its 13th year this year, is a sought-after event where postgraduate and postdoctoral CC(U)S students from around the world meet and spend a week together

So what do you do?

One thing I took away from the ECR Awayday on the 2nd of July 2019 in Manchester was how to answer the question. The day was all about learning new
The United Kingdom Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) Early Career Researchers (ECRs) workshop hosted by the University of Manchester on the 2nd of July 2019 was well tailored
The iron and steel industry represents the largest energy consuming manufacturing sector in the world with average emissions being around 2 tonnes of CO2 per tonne of steel. The enormous
This blog was co-authored by Hisham Al Baroudi, Solene Chiquier and MennatAllah Labib. We are three PhD students from three different universities that came together along with a bunch of other students
This blog was co-authored by Eduardo Garcia, Louise Hamdy and Yongliang Yan. The UKCCSRC Conference held on 16-17 April in Cardiff 2019, kicked off on a caffeine-fuelled Tuesday morning with ‘Post-combustion
This blog was authored by Junyoung Hwang, Imperial College London. My first UKCCSRC meeting was held at Cardiff University to discuss the past, present, and most importantly the future of
This blog was co-authored by Sergio Ramirez-Solis, School of Chemical and Process Engineering (SCAPE), University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK and Khalil Al Hanashi, Low Carbon Energy and Resources
This blog was co-authored by Alexandros Argyris and Yoga Wienda Pratama. The main session of the UKCCSRC Conference in Cardiff was opened by an update from BEIS and EPSRC. An