New processing method could help tackle UK’s huge plutonium stockpile problem
A safe, cost effective way of immobilising five tons of contaminated plutonium residues, part of the UK’s 140 ton plutonium inventory has been demonstrated by engineers from the University of Sheffield.
Research investigates the economic impact of COVID-19 and highlights opportunities for a low-carbon economy
A new study offers perspectives on how the environmental benefits of the COVID-19 pandemic can be leveraged to steer towards a better, more resilient low-carbon economy.
Translational Energy Research Centre: opening soon to support key energy research and development
Energy research at the University of Sheffield will soon receive a boost, with the delivery of a £21 million research centre which will enable bench-level research to be tested at pilot-scale.
Collaborations between Europe and China to advance research on carbon capture and utilisation for petrochemical industry
A new project, led by University of Sheffield researchers, will develop long term collaborations between Europe and China that will support the move towards a carbon-neutral petrochemical industry.