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EBRI Blog

  • Dr Katie Chong UK-Malaysia Workshop Summary by Dr Katie ChongYou may not believe me, but I have good news about climate change! How can this be possible I hear you say, we usually only hear stories of doom and gloom? Well the good news is that I know of at least 50 people in the UK and Malaysia putting all of their passion, heart and intelligence behind the quest for a more sustainable future.
  • Tom Anderson Resolutions fade; reality bites; but optimism remainsIn this article first published in MRW (Materials Recycling World) magazine, Tom Anderson of EBRI discusses the challenges taking place within the UK's chemicals industry as it gets to grips with producing renewable chemicals and fuels from wastes and biomass.
  • Bridgwater Renewable Futures: the Sustainability of BiomassProfessor Tony Bridgwater, Director of the European Bioenergy Research Institute, shares his thoughts on the sustainability of biomass, carbon capture and storage and how EBRI is advancing bioenergy technology processes.
  • Adam Lee An interview with Professor Adam Lee Adam Lee is Professor of Sustainable Chemistry and a member of the European Bioenergy Research Institute's Catalysis research group. In this Q & A interview Adam talks about his career, his research interests and the role he believes EBRI has in the future of bioenergy.
  • Jim Scott If you could turn lead into gold… how much would lead cost?In this blog, EBRI Research Associate Jim Scott discusses the pros and cons of bioenergy technologies and the opportunities they offer.
  • Professor Karen Wilson An interview with Professor Karen WilsonProfessor Karen Wilson is Director of Research and Chair of Catalysis at the European Bioenergy Research Institute. In this Q & A interview she talks about her career, hopes for the future and why bioenergy is so important for business.