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The different experience PACT facility can bring to you
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
Mathilde Fajardy, Imperial College London, talks us through Professor Stuart Hazeldine’s introduction and overview of the Storage work package, discussed in the third Core Research session, which took place on
Louise Hamdy, Swansea University, Sanjay Mukherjee , Cranfield University and Hirbod Varasteh, Staffordshire University, write about the projects presented during the second Core Research session, on the afternoon of day
Patrick Brandl, Imperial College London, Ruiqi Wang, Newcastle University, Ayub Golmakani, Cranfield University and Olajide Stephen Otitoju, University of Sheffield, write about the Core Research Carbon Capture session, on day
Abigail Gonzalez Diaz, Newcastle University and Yongliang (Harry) Yan, Cranfield University, provide an overview of UKCCSRC Flexible Funded projects session, on day two of the UKCCSRC Autumn Programme Conference. After
Fereshteh Hojatisaeidi, London South Bank University, Hisham Al Baroudi, Cranfield University and Long Jiang, Cranfield University highlight the key points presented during the Panel Session on the second day of
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