Experts in carbon capture and climate law from SCCS partner, the University of Edinburgh, are to play a leading role in a £30 million project to develop ways of removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
The Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC) based at Heriot-Watt University’s Edinburgh campus has received £20 million from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to act as the national focal point and international gateway for UK industrial decarbonisation.
We are just making our way out of difficult times. The Covid-19 pandemic has hit us hard, and we’ve had to accept many restrictions; restrictions which are partly guided by virologists, epidemiologists, aerosol physicists or general health experts but of course implemented by our elected representatives.
by Professor Maria-Chiara Ferrari, School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh
Happy birthday SCCS!
Writing a blog for this occasion is very significant to me as Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage has been a big part of my career since I first arrived at the University of Edinburgh as a postdoctoral fellow in the Carbon Capture group, led by Prof Stefano Brandani, in 2010