Venue: Dovedale Room, The Ridge - University of Sheffield
The University of Edinburgh and other partners on the NanoMEMC2 Project are holding this scientific workshop to explore innovative aspects of the project.
The NanoMaterials Enhanced Membranes for Carbon Capture (NanoMEMC2) project aims to reduce the cost, energy and process limitations that make pre- and post-combustion CO2 capture non-viable in many industrial applications at present. Through the development of innovative materials, membranes and membrane processes for carbon capture, the project aims to make possible a substantial reduction in energy penalty, a much lower cost and a reduction of CO2 emissions.
The scientific workshop focuses on highlighting the research capabilities of the academic partners in the area of carbon capture. This will enable the participating universities to showcase and disseminate their high-profile work in this field, outlining previous research and linking it to the current NanoMEMC2 programme. This will identify how we are collectively contributing to the development and deployment of low-carbon technologies, specifically membrane-based separation processes.
Please register for free here.
Any questions, please email Dr. Karen N. Finney: firstname.lastname@example.org
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