Dalton Seminar Series - Long-term in Situ Behaviour of Biogenic Uraninite in Alluvial Aquifer
Come and see this presentation by Harish Veeramani (University of Glasgow) on "Long-term in Situ Behaviour of Biogenic Uraninite in Alluvial Aquifer"
These were the questions posed at a debate on the UK energy industry during Policy Week, where PhD students from The University presented four different proposals as to how the North West could be self-sufficient in energy use – ideas which were then debated by a panel of experts...
What are the prospects for the Paris climate change negotiations? Based on the new book Power in a Warming World (MIT Press, September), this talk reviews Paris and previous rounds of climate negotiations by their level of adequacy to avert the worst impacts of climate change and...
Over 30 PhD students headed to Chancellors Hotel in Fallowfield to take part in an intensive four days of energy related talks, workshops, debates and fun sessions. The Manchester Energy Summer School showcased the full range of energy research taking place at the University.
Are you doing a PhD at The University of Manchester in an energy related topic? You may be interested to know that we hosted a four day residential summer school at Chancellors Hotel, Fallowfield which included energy related talks, workshops, debates and fun sessions.
From the packed house at this Policy@Manchester policy week event comes visual minutes of the debate about how best to power the northern powerhouse (our thanks to Crackerjack Visual Thinking for this graphic).
For panel chair Teresa Chilton, Project Manager for Manchester Energy, "one of this event's biggest successes was in giving a venue where early career researchers could articulate their thoughts." This infographic sums up lots of the key points raised by those in attendance.