Could hydrogen be the answer?
Second year CSCT student, Jemma Rowlandson, writes about her research topic of materials for hydrogen storage. Jemma recently won the regional finals of the Institution of Engineering and Technology's Present Around the World Competition and won a prize of £300 and a place...
Sustainable Solutions at the Royal Society
On 4 and 5 July 2015, five of our students (Helena Quilter, James Coombs OBrien, Matthew Camilleri, Andrew Hall and Marcus Johns) presented an exhibit at the Summer Science Exhibition at the prestigious Royal Society in London. This post was contributed by Andrew...
Video: Cheltenham Science Festival 2015
Our MRes cohort took part in ‘Water Water… Everywhere?’ exhibition at the Cheltenham Science Festival. Participating student, Dan Davies created this video to compile the highlights of the event.
European Materials Research Society 2015 Spring Meeting
Three CSCT students, Adam Jackson, Suzy Wallace and Oliver Weber, attended and gave talks at the 2015 European Energy Materials Research Society (E-MRS) Spring Meeting. Suzy writes about her experience: The conference was held in Lille (France) from 11 -...
I'm a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here!
Second year CSCT student, James Coombs OBrien, took part in 'I'm a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here' - a competition that enables young people to meet and talk to scientists, with the aim of inspiring them to study science later in their...
ISIS and Diamond CDT Training School
100 CDT students from a broad variety of disciplines and from across the country descended upon the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) in Oxfordshire, run by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and home to over 1000 scientists and many...
Green Catalysis with the National University of Singapore
First year CSCT student Michael Joyes visited the Lab of Green Catalysis group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as part of the Global Collaboration Scheme. The aim was to produce metal-Graphene catalysts for use in the conversion of carbon dioxide...