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UKCCSRC Director Jon Gibbins together with Karl Anders Hoff, SINTEF, Purvil Khakharia, TNO, and Monica Garcia, IEAGHG, joined members of the Japanese Ministry for the Environment’s “Demonstration of Sustainable CCS” Project and other stakeholders for a workshop in Tokyo on 15 February. The workshop was to discuss methods to achieve...

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I am Silvia Madeddu, a PhD student at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of The University of Sheffield, UK. My research project aims to develop an economically and energetically viable process to produce Mg(OH) 2 for the sequestration of exhaust CO 2 via mineral carbonation. I successfully applied...
This blog is for the 3rd and 4th weeks of Silvia's trip to Japan as part of our ECR International Exchange Fund . The first blog can be found here . 15 Oct - 30 Oct 2013: Memoirs of a Geisha During the third and fourth week I analysed the...
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...
Written by Professor Yong Yan from University of Kent who is Principal Investigator on UKCCSRC Call 2 Project CO2 Flow Metering through Multi-Modal Sensing and Statistical Data Fusion The 9th International Symposium on Measurement Techniques for Multiphase Flows (ISMTMF) was held 23-25 September 2015 at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan. ISMTMF...
I am a great believer in interdisciplinarity. Energy and environmental change are complex issues, and lots of ideas and specialisations need to pull together to resolve many of the challenges our society is facing. This, I remind myself, is why I am currently standing in the middle of a building...