‘Unequivocal and unprecedented’: Our experts react to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report
Senior members of the Energy Institute have been reacting to the report published last week by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
How soon could carbon capture technology solve industry CO₂ shortages?
Professor Peter Styring from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering has spoken to The Conversation about how the feasibility of an industrial carbon dioxide shortage being solved by carbon capture technology.Published by The Conversation
Taking a giant STEP towards making nuclear fusion power generation a viable option
With input from academics from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, a new Fusion Materials Roadmap highlights five major areas of work required to develop the materials for future fusion power plants.
Charging ahead: how to make sure the electric vehicle transition is sustainable and just
Rachel Lee, a PhD student from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, has written for The Conversation on energy equality as the country transitions to using EVs.Published by The Conversation