Call for Clean maritime research hub

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The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and Department for Transport (DfT) want to establish a clean maritime research hub, to address fundamental research challenges in clean maritime. Up to £7.4 million is available for the hub, at 80% of full economic cost. The fixed st...

New EPSRC opportunity

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International centre to centre research collaborations – BRIEFING SESSION 29 March 2pm

Global Centers in clean energy and climate change

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The programme is led by the National Science Foundation (NSF), which has partnered with funding organisations in Australia, Canada, and the UK to support large-scale collaborative research.

New Chair sought for Climate Change Committee

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The UK Government and Devolved Governments are jointly seeking to appoint a new Chair to the Climate Change Committee (CCC), which comprises the Mitigation committee and the Adaptation Committee. The CCC is an independent, statutory body established under the Climate Change Act 2008. The Chair wi...

Clean energy can help to ease the water crisis

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World Water Day is an annual event aimed at bringing attention to sustainable water management and this year’s theme is “accelerating change”. The article explores how an acceleration in clean energy development can help ease the world’s water crisis.

MSc graduate wins venture funding for proptech startup

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Lucy Lyons, a graduate of the Oxford Smith School’s MSc in Sustainability, Enterprise and the Environment has secured investment funding from start-up accelerator Carbon13 for her start-up Kestrix, which she co-founded in 2022.


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