EPSRC Engineering Net Zero Week

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Engineering Net Zero Week  took place from 20 to 24 June, in Glasgow and online, with a showcase EPSRC-funded research that addresses the challenges linked to meeting 2050 net zero strategic targets.

Exhibition stand

The Supergen Bioenergy Hub hosted an exhibition stand at the event from 21 to 23 June.

  • ‘Build your own biorefinery’ with our flip book game and digital platform – access the online game here or click on the image below.
  • Take the ‘Towards net zero with biomass’ quiz. (the quiz is now closed)
  • Tell us what you would like to see in a net zero future.

Physical  showcase

Marcelle McManus, Mirjam Roeder and Patricia Thornley took part in panel discussions at the showcase on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 June.

  • Whole System Approaches for Net Zero, 21 June, 1.05-1.55pm – Marcelle McManus
  • Lifecycle and Embodied Emissions Considerations for Net Zero, 21 June , 2.05-2.55pm – Mirjam Roeder
  • How EPSRC-Supported Research and Innovation Can Contribute to Net Zero Solutions, 22 June, 10.45-11.35am – Patricia Thornley

Virtual showcase

We ran a joint virtual event with the other research hubs from the EPSRC Supergen Programme on Wednesday 22 June from 3pm to 4.30pm. Access the webinar recording at the link below.

What are the social impacts of the move to net zero? The view from the EPSRC Supergen Programme – Wednesday 22 June, 3-4.30pm

Supergen Bioenergy Hub Researchers’ Day and Early Career Researchers’ Forum

We also ran our annual networking and sharing meetings for hub researchers alongside the Engineering Net Zero Week in Glasgow!