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Fungal Ice nucleation: Moulding our environment?

  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
Project Highlights. ·       Work with Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and the University of Warwick to establish why various fungi cause ice to form in the environment. Read more

Attributing Extreme Weather Events to Climate Change: Practices, Perceptions and Policies

  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
“Climate change means more extreme weather” is a common headline. The potential and serious effects of anthropogenic climate change are often communicated through this soundbite. Read more

Searching for dust storms using emerging machine-learning techniques

Introduction. Atmospheric mineral dust is a key component of the Earth system. It affects the radiation budget through atmospheric absorption and scattering, it is a condensation nucleus in clouds and once it is deposited it can act as a nutrient for iron-limited ecosystems. Read more

Atmospheric chemistry of new green solvents

Background. Solvents make up the bulk of waste from the chemical industry yet little attention is paid to the environmental impact of these volatile organic compounds (VOC) once released to the atmosphere {1-2}. Read more

Photolysis reaction mechanisms with emerging and new technologies

Background. Photochemistry controls a vast array of the natural and man-made processes known to science. photosynthesis, atmospheric and combustion chemistry, plasma technology, solar energy. Read more

The aerodynamics of skyscrapers: tall building clusters and the urban environment

By 2050 our cities will host 68% of the world’s population, compared to the current 54%, and 33% in the 1960s. This increase is often accomplished by the proliferation of tall buildings (TBs) that maximise the provision of housing and commerce using a limited street-level footprint. Read more

Atmospheric transport and orographic rainfall of microplastics

Microplastics are transported in the natural environment by a wide range of processes and as a consequence are found in all environments, from the highest mountains to the deepest oceans, in urban environments and polar ice caps. Read more

Tailoring plasma chemistry of cold atmospheric-pressure plasmas

  Research Group: York Plasma Institute
Plasma technologies already form a key part of many of today's multi-billion pound industries such as the nanoscale fabrication of microprocessors, energy efficient lighting, production of solar cells and the deposition of advanced functional coatings. Read more

Plasma generation of hydrogen from water

The Project. The Materials Team at. GNS Science. and. Paihau-Robinson Research Institute. have a new research workstream looking at using atmospheric and water vapour plasma to generate hydrogen. Read more

What does the future hold for European shelf seas ecosystems?

Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) content has been increasing from the industrial revolution onwards, predominantly due to the combustion of fossil fuel that had trapped the carbon deep underground and away from the atmosphere. Read more

PhD Studentship Opportunity: A novel ventilation-pollution nexus framework for offsetting carbon by smart indoor spaces

The considerable time people spend indoors has made indoor air quality (IAQ) more important than ever before. The biggest challenge is understanding the ventilation-pollution nexus as airtight buildings preserve energy but worsen the IAQ due to limited ventilation and vice-versa. Read more

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