Applications are being accepted for the Chair and Director of Energy Lancaster. The deadline to apply is April 1, 2013.
The recent cancellation of the Swan Hills syngas project, with Carbon Capture and Storage, should not be regarded as a vote of non-confidence in CCS technology.
Universities must go beyond producing papers and trained students in this era of global scale issues.
CMC is offering travel subsidies of up to $2000 to three CMC-funded PhD students accepted to attend the UK Energy Research Centre's annual Energy Summer School at the University of Warwick.
CMC is investigating the possibility of developing researcher exchange program with international organizations
Researchers are developing an affordable, energy efficient and ultra-sensitive nano-sensor that has the potential to detect even one molecule of carbon dioxide.
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Researchers are working to add fibre optic sensors to an already-patented CO2 monitoring system for improved performance.
Researchers are testing new geo-electric techniques that could complement seismic monitoring tools used for CCS.
Dr. Guy Mercier at INRS is leading an international project to reduce CO2 emissions using pulverized rock.