The University of Edinburgh has re-launched the world’s first free open online course exploring the key role that carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) can play in tackling the effects of climate change. The course has been developed by leading academics Dr Mathieu Lucquiaud from the School of Engineering and Dr Mark Wilkinson from the School of Geosciences, alongside researcher Mennat Labib who is based in the School’s Carbon Capture and Storage Group.
In the final instalment of our Winter Graduation 2019 Student Stories, graduating MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering student Dylan Pilarski explains how chemical engineering underpins the production of essential everyday products, and shares his advice to other students hoping to pursue the same MSc Programme.
In the fourth of our Winter Graduation 2019 Student Stories, graduating student Nancy (Ziqing) Chen explains how her MSc Electrical Power Engineering has equipped her for a future career in industry, and shares her tips for other students on how to make the most of the student social experience at Edinburgh.
In the third of our Winter Graduation 2019 Student Stories, MSc Structural and Fire Safety Engineering student Snorri Már Arnórsson explains why he chose his MSc programme, what aspects of the Programme he enjoyed most, and provides an insight into life as a postgraduate student at Edinburgh.
In our second interview to mark Winter Graduation 2019, MSc Sustainable Energy Systems student Ana Tarifa Cabrera shares her views on why studying sustainable energy systems feels vital in today's society, and provides insights into life as a postgraduate student at Edinburgh.