Glasgow Caledonian University academics have secured almost £100,000 funding from the Net Zero Technology Centre to develop methods that will unlock pools of hydrocarbon located on the UK Continental Shelf in a more environmentally friendly way.
This funding comes from the Scottish Government's Place Based Investment Programme (PBIP) - which includes the Place Fund. This particular fund is for local authorities to allocate, to support shared local plans and aspirations.
The project in Cardonald has recently won the esteemed Building with Nature National Award at the Landscape Institute Awards for its green retrofit design that will see the transformation of underused greenspace.
Prof. Pamela Gilles has guided the University to its preeminent position in Higher Education in widening participation, developing vital areas of research, and promoting strategic international relations to benefit Scotland.
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