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  • Turning carbon emissions into plastic

    BBC Earth , 15th Oct 2019

    At Swansea University, Professor Enrico Andreoli of the Energy Safety Research Institute and his team are working to develop copper-containing catalysts that allow for the creation of ethylene by combining carbon dioxide with water and electricity.

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  • Researchers share their protocol for handling carbon nanotubes

    True Viral News , 4th Oct 2019

    In collaboration with a Rice University laboratory, the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University has developed and shared a low-cost method to safely handle the transfer of bulk carbon nanotubes and other nanomaterials. It doesn’t take much more than 10 minutes, a couple of bags and a big bucket to keep the nanomaterials in their place.

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  • Professor wins international award for ongoing global collaborations

    Swansea University Press Office , 5th Sep 2019

    Professor Andrew Barron, the Sêr Cymru Chair of Low Carbon Energy and Environment and Director of the Energy Safety Research Institute at Swansea University, has been presented with the Star of Asia International Award.

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  • Swansea Scientist Wins International Award For Ongoing Global Collaborations

    Wales 247 , 5th Sep 2019

    Hailed as the highest individual honour by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Union, the Star of Asia Awards are the leading international awards honoring excellence in education and industrial collaboration, as well leading the social impact of the ASEAN strategy.

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  • New study reveals carbon nanotubes measurement possible for the first time

    Space Daily , 26th Aug 2019

    The new research is published in the American Chemical Society journal Nano Letters. The paper details how the Swansea University research team, based at the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) working with Rice University researchers, made real physical measurements of carbon nanotubes conductivity.

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