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  • Ni ellir dal ESRI yn gyfrifol am gynnwys gwefannau allanol.

  • Open World Technology Group set to revolutionise airport air quality and cleaning processes

    The Moodie Davitt Report , 25th Jan 2021

    A complete sanitising solution has been developed following extensive research and input from environmental experts in the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University in Wales and the University of Arizona in the US. Elements of the system are currently being tested at London Heathrow Airport.

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  • Carbon data wires that are good for society

    The Chartered Institute for IT , 18th Jan 2021

    In a follow up interview with Alvin Orbaek White, Senior Lecturer and Sêr Cymru II Fellow at the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI), he tells Johanna Hamilton AMBCS about a recent grant from the Welsh government, progression and why his lightweight, recycled carbon data cables are good for society.

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  • Swansea University Researchers Develop One-Step Method For Producing Porous Carbon Spheres

    JDSUPRA , 13th Jan 2021

    Researchers at Swansea University’s Energy Safety Research Institute have developed a new method that produces spheres that have strong capacity for carbon capture and work at a large scale.

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  • Swansea University Researchers Develop One-Step Method For Producing Porous Carbon Spheres

    The National Law Review , 11th Jan 2021

    Described as “a fast, green and one-step method for producing porous carbon spheres, which are a vital component for carbon capture technology and for new ways of storing renewable energy,” the method was developed by a research team that adapted an existing method known as chemical vapor deposition (CVD).

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  • New method to make carbon spheres developed

    Carbon Capture Journal , 7th Jan 2021

    A fast, green and one-step method for producing porous carbon spheres which capture CO2 has been developed by Swansea University researchers.

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