SCCS Newsletter - November 2014

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SCCS Conference 2014

SCCS Conference 2014

Our thanks to everyone who took part in this year's annual conference. The outputs report will be published in early 2015.
More details in due course.


Recent News

QICS study 2014

World-first as CO₂ storage experiment shows minimal impact

An international team of scientists including SCCS partners has published results from the first ever subsea CO₂ impact, detection and monitoring experiment relevant to CCS in sub-seabed storage reservoirs.

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Strathclyde joins SCCS partnership

The SCCS research partnership is continuing to grow as the University of Strathclyde becomes the fifth institute to join the group. They bring world-leading expertise in areas such as CO₂ transport, novel capture technologies and environmental impact analysis.

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Record breaking in Texas

It is quite possibly the biggest international gathering of experts in the field of greenhouse gas control, and our researchers were there in record numbers when Texas hosted this year's GHGT12 conference.

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SCCS Statements

pictureBoundary Dam 'will create ripples worldwide'

IPCC report: momentum is growing fast but we must go faster



UoA research speed-dating

CCS researchers network in north-east

Our bi-monthly networking event for scientists across Scotland was hosted for the first time by the University of Aberdeen last month, where research speed-dating helped strengthen links between institutes and individuals.

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Want to join us?

If you’re a CCS researcher based at another Scottish university, your work could benefit from being part of the SCCS partnership. Find out more by emailing, or call us on 0131 650 0270.

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QICS image photo credit: Henrik Stahl, SAMS
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CCS researchers network photo credit: Medical Illustration/University of Aberdeen/Kalyan Veera

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