University of Sheffield manufacturing research centres to help decarbonise the Humber
The University of Sheffield AMRC and Nuclear AMRC are supporting a major new project to decarbonise the industrial cluster around the Humber and help UK manufacturers win work in emerging low-carbon sectors including hydrogen fuels and carbon capture
Prof Neil Hyatt discusses releasing contaminated water from Fukushima
Professor Hyatt spoke to the BBC World Service about the plans for Japan to release contaminated water from Fukushima into the sea and whether there are any risks. Segment starts at 46:05.Published by the BBC World Service
Simulating and reducing household waste from plastic food packaging
Funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), a new project that is set to help reduce the amount of food and plastic waste that is thrown away by households every year has been launched by researchers.
Dr Claire Corkhill speaks to Channel 5 about the events of the Chernobyl disaster - watch here!
Nuclear expert and Energy Institute member Dr Claire Corkhill was interviewed for Channel 5's Russia vs The World about the science of, and events that led up to, the Chernobyl disaster. Watch the documentary at the link (section starts 1:03:10).Published by Channel 5