Chem4Energy is a fantastic program run by Cardiff University with colleagues in Ghana, Botswana, South Africa, and Namibia. The consortium has been running for a few years and is interested in graduating PhD students in African countries in the field of chemistry with an energy focus. Much of their work is computational and I have … Read more
It was great to see the Renewable energy center on Cape Verde, CERMI. Really impressive to see what they are up to and the facilities that they have. This is the forefront of renewable energy training and infrastructure learning on the island nation as well as a solar farm and wind installation. Left: The welding … Read more
On the 29th and 30th April 2019, we held our first International 2 day HYENA conference. It was held in Cabo Verde in collaboration with University Cape Verde. The first day had a conference dinner and travel to the island of Santiago and the second day we had a meeting at the university facilities. The … Read more
This year part of the MEng team accompanied the Hydrogen Bike to the NEC in Birmingham. The fair hosts a collection of the biggest engineering companies from around the world displaying their past, present and future projects. This was a great opportunity to showcase hydrogen technology to people of all ages and abilities, and a … Read more
We attended the Big Bang over the full 4 days of the event in 2019 with TheHydrogenBike. The Big Bang is a HUGE STEM outereach event and one of the biggest science fairs in Europe. This year we split the team into 2 teams one for the set-up and the first 2 days and then … Read more
Leicester University hosted 50 Rutherford Fellows representing 15 countries from various host Universities across the UK. The event, ‘Interdisciplinary Futures: Enhancing research and impact through collaboration’, welcomed representatives from UUKi and the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission to the event. We had a good day at the conference and a nice meal in the evening.