Combine hydrogen production with technology to capture and store the resulting carbon emissions and you could have the means of decarbonising the heat, power and transport needs of entire cities across the UK.
We are delighted to report that the three Chancellor’s Fellows Daniel Friedrich, Timm Krüger and Filippo Menolascina have been selected for the 2016 Scottish Crucible programme. They are part of the 30 Cruciblists which come from 14 different Scottish institutions and disciplines ranging from arts to veterinary medicine. They were successful in the competitive application process which attracted over 100 applications from early to mid-career researchers.
At the International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) 2016 conference one of our IDCORE Engineering Doctorate Students, Anthony Gray, won first prize in the ICOE Poster competition. ICOE 2016 is attended by wave and tidal industry leaders and associations as well as students and academi
Scientists from the Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS) research partnership have competitively won a 70% share of a £4 million fund for vital research into technology to support UK industry's efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.
Researchers from SCCS will lead three out of four projects being funded by EPSRC's Research Challenges in Industrial CCS fund, and will work closely with industry partners on developing flexible and cost-effective CO2 capture technologies.
The annual Inspire Launch Grow awards programme and event to showcase the first class entrepreneurial talent across the University of Edinburgh Staff and Student population. Finalists will compete for £14,000 worth of prize money and additional in‐kind support from industry partners.