Energy CDT student wins Science Outreach Award
Beth Kazmierski received the Science Postgraduate Excellence in Outreach Award from the University, this award recognises outstanding contributions to public engagement with science.
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Former Energy CDT Student wins Young Energy Professional Award
Former Energy CDT student Andrew Crossland has won the Rising Star Award at the 2017 Young Energy Professionals Awards.
Energy CDT student writes for DU student blog
Energy CDT student Frank Ridgeon has written about his experiences as a PhD student for the Durham student blog.
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Energy CDT student publishes Arctic warning article in 'The Conversation'
Energy CDT student, Mika Laiho, writes an article "Four myths about the supposed oil and gas bonanza in the Arctic" for The Conversation.
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Energy CDT visit to Drax Power Station
On 21 July 2016 a group of Energy CDT students visited Drax power station.
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‘Energy, Power and Protest on the Urban Grid - Geographies of the Electric City’
Andrés Luque-Ayala and Jon Silver, both graduates from our Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy, have just published a book that examines the political dimensions of electricity grids in cities across the world. The book, titled Energy, Power and Protest on the Urban Grid - Geographies of the Electric City (Routledge, 2016), emerged out of the many discussions that John, Andrés and others had whilst at
CDT Student reaches 3 Minute Wonder Final
Energy CDT student reaches the final of the Institute of Physics Three Minute Wonder Competition.
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CDT Student Francis Ridgeon wins regional 3 Minute Wonder Competition
CDT student Francis Ridgeon won the Institute of Physics, North East regional 3 Minute Wonder Competition.
CDT Student develops My Grid GB App
Former CDT student, Andrew Crossland, develops My Grid GB App.
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Energy CDT students present at 2015 British Science Festival
A group of Energy CDT students presented at an event at the 2015 British Science Festival in Bradford on "Can we secure our energy future?"
Energy CDT visit to National Grid Control Centre
A group of Energy CDT students visited the National Grid Control Centre on 26 February 2015.
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New video of Elect Your Energy Future political debate
Durham Energy Centre for Doctoral Training and the Durham Energy Institute hosted a political debate on energy policy in August. This brought together representatives from all the main political parties to debate UK energy policy in advance of the 2015 General Election.
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CDT Student holds 'Stories of Lights' Art Exhibition
A public exhibition of the photographs from CDT in Energy student Ankit Kumar's fieldwork on electricity access in rural India was held last week. It presented different forms of lights, lighting instruments and peoples engagements with them.
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CDT PhD Student awarded position as DEI PhD Fellow
Andrew Crossland (CDT PhD student in Engineering) is now the DEI PhD Fellow.
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Mona’s ‘3 minute wonder’ wins over judges in regional final
Guanmei Wang, known to her friends and colleagues as Mona, won the competition for the North East Physics IOP communication award.
Mona, a CDT in Energy Ph.D. research student in the Physics Department at Durham University, won the competition organised by the Institute of Physics beating nine other worthy contenders in what was a very competitive final.
Energy Dragons' Den Event at the British Science Festival
PhD students from Durham's Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy (CDT) group ran an interactive energy based activity for GCSE level students at the British Science Festival in Newcastle last week. The session aimed to increase the students’ awareness of the growing energy gap within the UK, highlighting the challenges faced by today’s government and society.
CDT Student awarded RSC Westminster Fellowship
Jack Rowbotham (CDT PhD student, Chemistry) has been awarded the RSC Westminster Fellowship. This award enables the student to work for three months in the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) with the responsibility of keeping members of both houses of parliament informed on matters of current scientific importance.
(4 Sep 2013) » More about CDT Student awarded RSC Westminster Fellowship
CDT Students attend first Residential Fieldtrip
The CDT had its first residential fieldtrip to Wales last week. 20 studnets attended this visit to several energy related sites in Wales.
(2 Jul 2013) » More about CDT Students attend first Residential Fieldtrip
CeREES and CDT Students visit Ferrybridge Power Station and CCPilot100+
CDT in Energy Students, along with students from CeREES Centre for Geoenergy, had the opportunity to visit Ferrybridge Power Station and CCPilot100+ Carbon Capture pilot project.
Durham CDT in Energy student features as female role model in science calendar
Durham University is showcased as part of an innovative project to highlight the range and diversity of career opportunities available to women in science.
Today will see the launch of a calendar to raise money for projects that break down gender stereotypes and encourage young women and girls to see science as an enriching, exciting and productive career choice.
Carbon Capture and Storage - Do We Need It?
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Professor Phil Taylor quoted in The Guardian
On 26th March 2010 Professor Phil Taylor, Director of the CDT in Energy was quoted in an article in The Guardian newspaper about EPSRC funded Centres for Doctoral Training.
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Durham University students from the Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy visit Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power station
On the 1st March, a group of 10 PhD students from Durham University's recently formed Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy visited Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station. The students in this Centre are undertaking PhD research in a range of areas related to energy, including physics, engineering, maths, geography, anthropology and earth sciences.