Professor 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. Read More >>
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Phew! It’s been an exceptionally busy month for the European Bioenergy Research Institute, with lots of distinguished visitors coming to our facilities on the Aston University campus to hear about our work, research and support we are able to offer to businesses and organisations. Read More >>
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The 20th International Symposium on Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis will cover the latest results in all areas of pyrolysis and thermal processes and will attract a wide range of researchers from academia and industry.Book a place