The role of CCS in Transforming Foundation Industries
June 28 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The Role of CCS in Transforming Foundation Industries
Hosted by UKCCSRC and co-hosted by TFI Network+, this webinar will be led by Dr Kyra Sedransk Campbell and will include presentations, Q+A and discussions.
Agenda and speakers TBC
Since UKCCSRC’s creation in 2012, funded by EPSRC, it has supported, strengthened and integrated the UK CCS community. The excellence of the UK research base is internationally recognised, with many of it’s 300+ academic members collaborating with CCS organisations across the world. With six memorandums of understanding signed across the globe and numerous international collaborations, the UKCCSRC is an integral part of the UK remaining a world leader in CCS technology.
The UKCCSRC have funded more than 30 projects to date across the spectrum of CCS research, supporting the drive towards an affordable, low carbon future for the UK. It strives to make research freely available for the long term to maximise the value obtained from publicly funded information.
To find out more about the UKCCSRC, how to become a member and ongoing events programme visit www.ukccsrc.ac.uk.
About the Network
The TFI Network aims to assist the foundation industries to remain competitive whilst simultaneously facing challenges from environmental legislation and the drive towards net-zero carbon 2050. Launched in February 2021, the core aim of TFI Network+ is to co-create with the Foundation Industries new science and technology that can transform their sustainability and performance by coordinating and channelling a wide range of expertise throughout UK academia in themes such as energy efficiency, circular economy, new generation processes and manufacturing informatics.
TFI Network is funded by Engineering and Physical Science Research Council. The Network offers small project grants to support research, transformation and collaboration across the six sectors of the foundation industries. Becoming a member of the Network allows you to advertise your expertise or business requirements to other members, identify other members who may have similar research areas for collaboration and submit applications for small project grants. Visit https://tfinetworkplus.org/ to become a member.