Partnering with Industry

Jessica Adams was awarded a returning fellowship grant by The Low Carbon Energy and Environment Network Wales which gave her the space to pursue collaboration with an up-and-coming industry. Jessica was already making great headway through her research into feedstocks at Aberystwyth University, but being granted a returning fellowship from the Low Carbon Energy and…

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Placing Wales at the fore of marine renewable energy

Led by Professor Simon Neill, Quotient was a research cluster brought together by funding from the Low Carbon Energy and Environment Research Network Wales. Hear how support for innovative research at the right time has enormous knock-on effects for UK industry and economy. With the resource potential of marine renewable energy being dramatically underdeveloped around…

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Global implications of Welsh research

The Resilicoast cluster, featuring scientists from universities around Wales was instituted to forge the multidisciplinary aspects of ecosystem resilience and coastal planning as synergistic partners. Funded by the Low Carbon Energy and Environment Research Network Wales the partners set out to quantify natural flood protection and the value of wetland ecosystems. Hear how funding research…

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Taking Carbon Capture and Storage from the lab to reality

Professor Andy Mitchell was the Lead Principal Investigator of Geo-Carb-Cymru, a collection of researchers funded by the Low Carbon Energy and Environment Research Network Wales working together to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The cluster consisted of researchers from Aberystwyth University and Cardiff University, National Museum Wales, British Geological Survey, and international partners. Discover…

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From small fry to a big catch

The AquaWales cluster was a collaborative initiative between Cardiff University, Swansea University, Aberystwyth University, and Natural Resources Wales amongst other partners. It was funded by the Low Carbon Energy and Environment Research Network Wales to advance the field of sustainable aquaculture. Read on to hear more about the linear progression from funding, through people-power to…

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