Scottish and Canadian scientists ink international CCS research partnership

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Scottish and Canadian scientists ink international CCS research partnership

University of Edinburgh teams up with University of Regina in Canada to boost research into carbon capture and storage technology

Scientists at the University of Edinburgh will today sign a new research partnership with their counterparts at the University of Regina in Canada in a bid to accelerate progress on carbon capture and...

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