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University wins Sustainability Leaders Award!

The University scooped the energy efficiency award at the Sustainability Leaders Awards. The awards, run by edie.net and hosted by comedian Alistair McGowan, recognise outstanding sustainability achievements in businesses throughout the UK.  The University’s entry focussed on the successful fume cupboard … Continue reading

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Climate-KIC Summer School Success

Germany had a rather poor summer this year. Not good news for people with photovoltaic panels on their houses; of which there are many! And they’re going to need a whole lot more if they’re to transition to low carbon … Continue reading

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Why renewables DO reduce CO2

There’s a need to give scientists and engineers a platform to explain their research when an individual grabs hold of something and misinterprets it. One of our researchers has taken on an exercise to apply some of his research knowledge … Continue reading

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TSBE deliver an Eco-Christmas workshop

Five EngD students from the TSBE centre visited two schools in Reading to deliver a workshop based around the science and engineering issues surrounding Christmas.

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TSBE Centre will be attending Eco-Build March 5 – 7 2013 Excel Centre London

TSBE Centre Research Engineers are busy designing an innovative stand for the Eco Build Exhibition. This picture shows an earlier project from an outreach event run by TSBE Centre.

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