We've added a poster, brochure and pop-up banner to our suite of promotional materials, available in our Media area. They explain the project aims and planned activities. Have a look to learn more about FlowPhotoChem!
We are starting a collection of researchers' vlogs from our partners. In time, they will all appear in the website's Media and Materials section. In the first of the vlog series, Hanka Besic, a PhD candidate at NUI Galway describes the foundation of her research project, her supervisors Drs Pau Farràs and Wenming Tong and her role within FlowPhotoChem. Thanks, Hanka, for going first!
Researchers looking for a brief snapshot of FlowPhotoChem to insert into their presentations need to look no further! With a wide audience in mind, we have created a brief slide deck to describe the work undertaken in FlowPhotoChem and to acknowledge all partners in and funders of the project.
Our partners and other media outlets have celebrated the launch of FlowPhotoChem. Here is a sample of the stories from near and far: FLOWPHOTOCHEM: Heterogenous Photo(electro)catalysis in Flow using Concentrated Light: modular integrated designs for the production of useful chemicals NUI Galway leads €6.99m EU project creating chemicals from sunlight and CO2 NUI GALWAY LEAD NEW EU-FUNDED PROJECT TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE- GAS EMISSIONS NUI Galway Lead New EU-Funded Project to Reduce Greenhouse-Gas Emissions NUI Galway Lead New EU-Funded Project to Reduce Greenhouse-Gas Emissions NUIG leads EU-funded greenhouse-gas project Pintail partners with NUI Galway-led team in EU project to reduce Greenhouse-gas emissions [...]
FlowPhotoChem, a multi-national research project led by NUI Galway, has been awarded €6.99 million in funding under the Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing (NMBP) area of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The European Green Deal sets out to make Europe climate neutral by 2050, and the Clean Planet for All strategy set out ambitious targets to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the EU by 40% by 2030 and by 80-95% by 2050. One of the largest polluters in Europe is the chemical industry, emitting over 145 million tonnes of CO2 equivalents each [...]
After a slight COVID-related delay, we are delighted to say that the FlowPhotoChem project started on 1 June 2020. Our kick-off meeting was held 16 - 17 June 2020 (virtual, in these unusual times!). We're excited to be working together on this exciting and important project!