UK universities named global research centres for net zero innovation

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University of Birmingham | Credit: iStock

University of Birmingham | Credit: iStock

Cranfield University and University of Birmingham announce UKRI funding and status as UK research partners for global initiatives

Cranfield University has announced it will front a multi-million-pound international project seeking to establish low-cost, large-scale, net zero hydrogen production, following the award of £6.2m in funding...

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