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Achieving net zero using ammonia

5 July 2023

First of its kind boiler aims to demonstrate ammonia is viable option for industry and businesses’ decarbonisation

Left to Right: Professor Donald J. Wuebbles, co-recipient, 2007 Nobel Peace Prize; Professor Colin Riordan, President and Vice-Chancellor, Cardiff University and Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Rudolf Allemann, Head of the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering.

Nobel winner launches hub for industry excellence

1 June 2023

Climate scientist praises home for Net Zero solutions

Black and white image of tiny particle under a microscopic

Shaping the technologies of the future

16 May 2023

Study is significant step forward in development of revolutionary technology

Professor Roger Whitaker, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Enterprise at Cardiff University outside the Royal Institution 

Global focus for Cardiff University’s innovation and research institutes

23 March 2023

Cardiff University has launched five innovation and research institutes dedicated to tackling some of the biggest challenges facing our world.

The LCBE team at the Welsh Housing Awards 2022

Low Carbon Built Environment (LCBE) team win two awards at the Welsh Housing Awards

21 November 2022

The Awards celebrate good practice in the housing sector in Wales, celebrating creativity, passion and innovation.

Agustin Valera-Medina

Cardiff engineer appointed as Director of the Green Ammonia Working Group UK

14 February 2022

Dr Agustin Valera-Medina to lead working group supporting nitrogen-based energy