Supergen Bioenergy Hub Researchers Day - 2nd of May - Glasgow

We would like to invite researchers from all our hub partners to attend our annual Researchers Day on the 2nd of May. This event is open to research staff from all our hub partners (even if you are not directly funded by the hub), which includes the following institutes:

AFBI, Aberystwyth University, Aston University, Bath University, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Cranfield University, Harper Adams University, Hull University, Imperial College, Lancaster University Liverpool University, Loughborough University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Newcastle University, Nottingham University, Queen Mary University of London, Queens University Belfast, Robert Gordon University, Rothamsted Research, Sheffield University, Southampton University, Strathclyde University, University College London, University of Birmingham, University of Glasgow, University of Leeds, University of Manchester, University of South Wales, York University 
 

Researchers Day

Day and Date: Wednesday 2nd of May
Time: 11-6pm
Location: University of Glasgow

What to expect: The researchers day will include a progress presentation from each of our Systems, Vectors, Conversion, Biomass resources and Pretreatment theme leaders as well as presentations from our challenge and flexible funded projects which will include the following presentations:

  • Establishing Viable Pathways for Increasing Biofuel Production from UK Wastes & Residues to meet Transport Energy Targets 
  • Novel and integrated low carbon process combining the gasification of waste biomass and plasma-catalytic reforming for the production of sustainable aviation biofuels
  • PhytoPower: Safely transforming mercury phytoremediation crops into bioenergy
  • Integration of biochar and diverse bioenergy crops into SE Asian agriculture

Networking opportunities: As well as the coffee and lunch breaks, there will be an opportunity to network with hub members at a social event that evening. More details will be sent upon registration.

How to register: Spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please email Laura.Okeefe@manchester.ac.uk if you would like to attend this free event with the following information by Monday 23rd of April:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Dietary/Mobility requirements
If you have any questions about the hub or this event, please let me know.

Please note: There will be a SHARE event (Early career researchers) taking place the following day. We have a limited number of hotel rooms available for those attending both events. If you would like more information please email Laura.Okeefe@manchester.ac.uk.


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