Joe Wood

Keywords: Chemical engineering Catalysis Reaction engineering Carbon capture Biofuels Expertise:  Joe Wood’s research focuses on the application of catalysis and reactor engineering to solve problems of energy supply, environmental concerns and to deliver chemical products in a more sustainable way.  Research topics include bio-metal nanoparticles, hydrotalcites, carbon supported bimetallic catalysts,…

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UK Catalysis Hub Data Management Virtual Workshop

When: 10 – 11 June 2021Where: Virtual The UK Catalysis Hub and the Scientific Computing Department of the Science and Technology Facilities Council invite you to participate in the [virtual] workshop on research data management for Catalysis Science which we are organising. Motivation The analysis of the UK Catalysis Hub…

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UK Catalysis Hub EDI Event: Catalysis in a diverse world

When: 22 July 2021 On the 22nd of July 2021 the UK Catalysis Hub will host a full day virtual EDI event around the topics of diversity in scientific research. The UK Catalysis Hub is hosting a full day EDI event: Catalysis in a Diverse World on the 22nd July. The conference will…

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Watch Now: Meeting between UK Catalysis Hub and Supergen Bioenergy

When: 6 August 2020Where: Virtual The UK Catalysis Hub and Supergen Bioenergy hub hosted their first joint webinar to explore the role of catalysis in delivering sustainable bioenergy and bioproducts, through efficient biomass conversions.  The development of the UK bioenergy sector requires a whole systems approach, assessing the efficiency and sustainability…

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Dr Andrew C. Marr

School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Head of Year 1 Chemistry, Queen’s University Belfast. What is your background? What made you decide to become a scientist? I grew up in Edinburgh with my elder brother. We both ended up doing PhDs in chemistry in St Andrews in catalysis. I think…

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Dr. Sherry Yiping

Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Durham I did my undergraduate degree in the University of Bristol and then obtained a PhD degree in the University of St Andrews working under the supervision of Prof. Paul Kamer and Prof. David Cole-Hamilton. My PhD was in the area of homogeneous catalysis, and…

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Dr. Andrew Logsdail

School of Chemistry, Cardiff University What is your background? What made you decide to become a scientist? I was always much better with numbers than words, and the core of my education was a combination of maths, computer science and chemistry. At school, I was really inspired by the capabilities of…

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