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This blog was written by Usman Ali who is a PhD student at the University of Sheffield and received funding to attend the Strathclyde Biannual from the UKCCSRC ECR meeting fund The Autumn Biannual Meeting of the UKCCS Research Centre held on 8 - 9 September, 2015 at The Technology...
This blog was written by Khalida Al-Qayim who is a PhD student at the University of Sheffield and received funding to attend the Strathclyde Biannual from the UKCCSRC ECR meeting fund A visit to the Doosan Babcock Testing facility was part of the UKCCSRC Biannual Meeting in Glasgow on Tuesday...
Written by Hayley Vosper from BGS, whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Strathclyde Biannual Meeting was supported by the ECR Meeting Fund . The session on International CCS consisted of six talks from researchers around the world, giving updates on the current state of CCS in their respective countries. The first...
Written by Chris Gent from the British Geological Survey whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Strathclyde Biannual meeting on 8-9 September 2015 was funded by the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund Strathclyde University’s impressive new £90 million Technology & Innovation Centre provided a more than adequate setting for the UKCCSRC Biannual. The...
Written by PhD student Ms Ebuwa Osagie from Cranfield University whose attendance at the Biannual was made possible by the ECR Meeting Fund The first day of the biannual meeting held at the Technology and Innovation Center, University of Strathclyde, was very exciting; graced with sunny weather which made delegates...
Rachel Kilgallon is a final year PhD student at the University of Edinburgh investigating the role of chemical and geochemical tracers for CO 2 transport and storage. As part of the ECR meeting fund , she attended the Strathclyde Biannual Meeting , 8-9 September 2015. The first day of the...
Written by PhD student Miss JingJing Liu from University of Nottingham whose attendance at the Biannual was made possible by the ECR Meeting Fund. Divestment has recently been in the news around the world. In the latest UKCCSRC Biannual Meeting hosted by the University of Strathclyde , a very interesting...
Written by Yuan Sun from the University of Nottingham, whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Autumn 2015 Biannual Meeting at the University of Strathclyde was supported by the ECR Meeting Fund . Building the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Sector By 2030 - Den Gammer , Energy Technologies Institute The Energy...
This blog was written by Xin Liu who is a PhD student at Nottingham University and received funding to attend the Strathclyde Biannual from the UKCCSRC ECR meeting fund. Capture and storage of CO 2 in geological formations is considered to be a potential measure to reduce global emissions. North...