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  • Heating and Hot Water Industry - Low Carbon Forum

    Tue 4th Dec, 2018

    On 4th December Charlie Dunnill and Katherine Glover travelled to Stoke-On-Trent to attend the Heating and Hot Water Industry Low Carbon Forum.

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  • Swansea Science Festival - Recycling Carbon

    Sat 3rd Nov - Sun 4th Nov, 2018

    The Recycling Carbon outreach group will be participating in the Swansea Science Festival, with the aim of engaging adults and children of all ages.

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  • Swansea Science Festival - The Hydrogen Bike

    Sat 3rd Nov - Sun 4th Nov, 2018

    The Hydrogen Bike will be participating in Swansea Science Festival in the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea.

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  • International Conference 'EcoBalt 2018' Vilnius, Lithuania

    Thu 25th Oct - Sat 27th Oct, 2018

    Prof. Andrew Barron, Director of ESRI, will be participating in the EcoBalt 2018 conference in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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  • 1st European Workshop on Metal Phosphonates Chemistry – Materials for Energy Applications and Beyond

    Wed 19th Sep, 2018

    The 1st European Workshop on Metal Phosphonates Chemistry – Materials for Energy Applications and Beyond is a one-day free to attend event that will be hosted at the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University on the 19th of September, 2018. The scope of the Workshop is to bring together for the first time researchers from across Europe working in the field of metal phosphonates to discuss about the latest advancements and future directions and foster new collaborations within the community. The scientific program consists of three keynote lectures and five invited lectures covering a broad range of topics, such as synthesis, advanced methods for characterisation, porous materials, molecular magnetic compounds, energy storage and heterogeneous catalysis (see Speakers section for additional information). In addition, a poster session will give every attendant the opportunity to display their work.

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