• EMG August 2018 newsletter now available

    Issue #16 of the EMG topical e-Newsletter is now available
  • Converting the supply

    The UK wants to reduce carbon emissions by 80% of 1990 levels by 2050. A recent Westminster Forum debate discussed what role hydrogen will play in future supply
  • Splitting the water atom

    A new theoretical material could split water into hydrogen and oxygen, lending new strengths for solar energy.
  • Powering the pits

    As pressure mounts on mining companies to improve their environmental image, are renewable sources of energy the answer? Kathryn Allen asks Charles Hendry, former Minister of State for the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
  • A future for Wales

    Wales is the most EU funded region – per head – in the UK, but has historically been overlooked by the UK government for research and innovation funding. With the Brexit result still uncertain, Ellis Davies takes a look at the Welsh government’s plan for the future of research and innovation in Wales.
  • IOM3 supports Advanced Engineering 2018

    IOM3 and the British Composites Society are supporting the Advanced Engineering show taking place at the NEC on 30 October-1 November
  • Oil rigs may end their days as valuable artificial reefs

    Researchers encourage environmental authorities across the globe to rethink the idea of removing oil rigs, wind turbines, and other installations in the sea when they are worn out.
  • Church and university speak out against the North Sea

    Following dissent from the University of Edinburgh and the Church of Scotland, Khai Trung Le looks at support for the North Sea within the country.
  • Country report: Canada

    Canada faces difficult choices as it balances energy security and emission reduction targets with its oil-friendly expeditions. Khai Trung Le reports.
  • Silicon sandwich

    As silicon-based solar cells approach their maximum theoretical efficiency, perovskite-silicon double junction cells could be the next standard form for solar cells.

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