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Net Zero Centre interdisciplinary seminar: PGR students

Strand Building, Strand Campus, London

 

Join us for an in-person seminar consisting of talks from PGR students working on projects related to Net Zero.

In this seminar PGR students will give talks on their projects related to Net Zero.

 Please see below the agenda that includes the two talk titles for the first session:

14:00 Welcome
14:10 Stabilization of Enzymes in Ionic Liquids for Next Generation Plastic Recycling by Annika Samuel
14:25 Battery Recycling by Malene Fumany
14:40 Q&A
14:50 Break
15:00 Flash presentations
15:30 Q&A/networking
16:00 End

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact the Net Zero Centre team at netzero@kcl.ac.uk.

Net Zero Interdisciplinary Seminar Series

The Net Zero Interdisciplinary Seminar Series is the flagship seminar series for King’s College London’s Net Zero Centre, providing a platform for cross-pollination between academia, industry and government to develop novel research projects to achieve Net Zero.

Every month, we host a speaker to discuss a new research idea and seek contributions from audience members on a proposed challenge. A half-hour talk is followed by a discussion, and we encourage speakers to engage with colleagues on research related to our four priority areas, decarbonisation, sustainable manufacturing, equitable resource allocation and resilient infrastructure.

About us

The Net Zero Centre at King's is dedicated to addressing the challenges of decarbonising our society and reducing the environmental impact of our manufacturing, infrastructure, and cities. It serves as hub for scientific, technological and engineering research geared towards this challenge.

Based in the Faculty of Natural, Mathematical and Engineering Sciences (NMES), the Centre works across the boundaries of disciplines at King’s from geography and business to law and social science to deliver solutions for sustainable development. The Centre fosters the next generation of King’s change-makers by educating scientists and engineers on the holistic context of these challenges and developing technologically aware social scientists, lawyers, and policy makers.

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