As part of the £4m EPSRC - funded Multi-Scale Analysis for Facilities for Energy Storage (MANIFEST) project, the research consortium is offering eligible post-doctoral researchers support to visit partner institutions as part of a researcher exchange programme. Apply by 15 August 2018.
Eddie Hughes MP, member for Walsall North, visited the Birmingham Energy Institute to learn more about its world-leading research into the next generation of energy storage technology.
Toby Peters, Professor in Cold Economy at the Birmingham Energy Institute, discusses 'A Cool World – Defining the Energy Conundrum' – a new University of Birmingham report, set out to provide an initial indication of the scale of the energy implications of cooling for all.
Soaring global need for cooling by 2050 could see world energy consumption for cooling increase five times – according to a new report by the University of Birmingham, UK.
Experts from the University of Birmingham and the prestigious Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) have signed an agreement to launch a joint research centre into energy storage.
Earlier this month (7 June 2018), Preet Gill MP, Shadow Minister for International Development and MP for Edgbaston, visited the University of Birmingham to learn more about how its engineers are using their expertise to tackle global environmental challenges and provide high quality employment opportunities for graduates.
Air pollution is the biggest environmental risk to health and with Clean Air Day taking place on Thursday 21 June, the University of Birmingham will be at the forefront once again with its continuous research to improve air quality.