Dr Jill Robbie Appointed to NatureScot Board

Dr Jill Robbie has been appointed as a Member of the Board of NatureScot. NatureScot is a public body which works to improve Scotland’s natural environment and inspire everyone to care more about it. The Board of NatureScot is appointed by the Scottish Ministers and gives the organisation strategic direction. Jill will serve as a

Publication: Life cycle assessment of biodiesel production from rapeseed oil: influence of process parameters and scale, received Best Paper Figure Award

Congratulations to Siming You and colleagues Gupta, R. , McRoberts, R., Yu, Z. , Smith, C. , Sloan, W.,  for receiving Best Paper Figure Award for their publication: Life cycle assessment of biodiesel production from rapeseed oil: influence of process parameters and scale. Bioresources Technology, (2022), Accepted for Publication). For more details visit here  

Poster presentation won the 2nd place award at Supergen Bioenergy Hub Showcase

Congratulations to Dr Siming You and Mrs Jade Lui for their Poster Presentation with title “Consortium for Waste-to-Hydrogen utilization and betterment (C-WtHub)” for winning the 2nd place award at Supergen Bioenergy Hub Showcase, 6th – 8th Sep, Aston University, Birmingham.

EPSRC Programme Grant on Off-grid Water Technologies Plenary Meeting

The third plenary meeting of the EPSRC Programme Grant on Off-grid Water Technologies was held on the 31st August 2022.  The event was held as a hybrid meeting, with some attending in-person at the Advanced Research Centre, University of Glasgow and others joining online via Zoom.   The format of the meeting included technical presentations, delivered

2022 Global ESG Forum, South Korea

Congratulations to Dr Siming You for his invitation to deliver a speech at Global ESG Forum in Seoul, South Korea, hosted by IESGA. Date: August 28th – August 31st 2022 (4 Days) Korean Name: 2022 글로벌 ESG 포럼 Main Theme: Sustainability through ESG More information on the programme of speakers is available on the Global ESG

Next-gen heat pump could cut energy bills and carbon emissions

Congratulations to our Researchers Zhibin Yu, Andrew McKeown, Zahra Hajabdollahi Ouderji & Miryam Essadik, from the University of Glasgow who have developed a new type of heat pump, a flexible heat pump technology, which could help households save on their energy bills and contribute towards net-zero emissions goals. In a new paper published in the

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