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  • Map helps maximize carbon-capture material- Public Release

    EurekAlert! , 22nd Aug 2016

    A careful balance of the ingredients in carbon-capture materials would maximize the sequestration of greenhouse gases while simplifying the processing -- or "sweetening" -- of natural gas, according to researchers at Rice University.

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  • Map helps maximize carbon-capture material

    Rice University News & Media , 22nd Aug 2016

    A careful balance of the ingredients in carbon-capture materials would maximize the sequestration of greenhouse gases while simplifying the processing – or “sweetening” – of natural gas, according to researchers at Rice University. - See more at: http://news.rice.edu/2016/08/22/map-helps-maximize-carbon-capture-material-2/#sthash.Q0duqco2.dpuf

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  • Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success

    aol.co.uk/news , 4th Jul 2016

    They say the Prince's Foundation played a key role in transforming a brownfield site into a world class facility...Charles, a keen environmentalist, said he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala, Central America, had extracted drinkable water from a contaminated stream which runs through a rubbish dump."It not only removes viruses and bacteria but also heavy metals such as arsenic and lead," he said."The idea was to make this simple to use and repair so that people in places like Guatemala could use it and get access to clean, safe drinking water.

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  • UTB, UK uni may collaborate in energy research

    The Brunei Times , 8th May 2016

    UNIVERSITI Teknologi Brunei (UTB) recently held early talks with Swansea University of the United Kingdom on the possibility of research collaboration in the energy field.

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  • BREEAM Awards 2016 Shortlist

    breeam.com , 9th Mar 2016

    The BREEAM Awards recognise and reward the highest scoring BREEAM certified buildings each year. Here are the fantastic buildings on the shortlists from countries all over Europe. The Energy Safety Research Institute is a unique centre of research innovation, facilitating ground-breaking work into the safe deployment of renewable energy solutions and is the UK’s first dedicated centre for research into energy safety. It places Swansea at the heart of an international research network focused on areas such as marine technology, advanced water treatment and nanotechnology.

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