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Call 4 of the UKCCSRC International Research Collaboration Fund was launched on 6 May 2016. Recipients of the fourth round of funding were: Prof Mike Bickle (University of Cambridge) Travel to the USA to work with Prof James Evans (Department of Geology, Utah State University) investigating the mineralogical, geochemical and...

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My name is Monica Garcia and I am in the final stage of my PhD, in the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, at the University of Surrey. My research is focused on the chemical absorption for CO 2 capture. I was privileged to be part of the UKCCSRC International...
Background: Understanding the long term storage security of CO 2 is an essential part of CCS if we want to help mitigate climate change. By studying natural accumulations of CO 2 we can better understand what may happen when we inject CO 2 underground on these long time scales. The...
Written by Carolina Font Palma , who is a Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at the University of Chester and received funding to spend four weeks at the National Institute of Electricity and Clean Energy (INEEL) from the UKCCSRC International Research Collaboration Fund . Going back home is always exciting, and...
Written by Dr Leslie Mabon from Robert Gordon University who received funding through the UKCCSRC's 3rd call of the International Research Collaboration Fund to spend two months in Japan I am an environmental sociologist with a particular interest in offshore carbon dioxide storage, who likes going out into the field...
My name is Ronny Pini and I am a Lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. I was awarded the UKCCSRC International Collaboration Fund (Call 3) to spend five weeks in California as part of a joint research collaboration involving Stanford University (with Sally Benson )...
Dave Jones from British Geological Survey (BGS) and Sean Rigby from University of Nottingham visited Australia with funding from the UKCCSRC International Research Collaboration Fund . The aim of the visit was to explore possible collaboration between Australian researchers and the GeoEnergy Test Bed facility being developed jointly by the...
Anna Stork from the University of Bristol visited Aquistore and Carbon Management Canada's Field Research Centre during April & May 2015 using funding from the International Research Collaboration Fund . My visit to the Aquistore CO 2 injection site in Saskatchewan, Canada has not only illustrated how Carbon Capture and...
Following the approval of my application for the UKCCSRC International Research Collaboration Fund, I visited Tianjin University, from 2 August 2015 to 19 September 2015. The following is a report on the activities that were undertaken during the visit. Experimental Tests The main activity of my visit was to undertake...
Xiaobo Luo is an ECR from the University of Hull and receved funding from the International Research Collaboration Fund to go to Tsinghua University and National Institute of Clean-And-Low-Carbon Energy (NICE) in China from March to May in 2015 I am Xiaobo Luo and I am a research staff in...