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Tyndall PhD researcher, Angela Mae Minas, presented at the ASEAN Youth Engagement Summit
8 March 2019
The Summit was held in Manila, the Philippines on 20-23 February 2019.

Dr Alejandro Gallego Schmid has led a study about life cycle assessment (LCA) of wastewater treatment (WWT) in developing countries, published in Water Research
20 February 2019
This work presents a comprehensive review with the aim of critically analysing the main conclusions, gaps and challenges on the topic.

Tyndall Green Impact success
29 January 2019
The Tyndall Centre Green Impact team receives a Gold Award for sustainability.

Visions for the future of community energy
25 January 2019
Researchers from the Tyndall Centre have crossed the UK in December and January, running workshops in Edinburgh, London and Cardiff to help create a bold vision for the longer term future of community energy.

Takeaway containers – the environmental cost of packing our favourite fast-foods
9 January 2019
A new study conducted by Dr Alejandro Gallego-Schmid estimates there are 2025 million takeaway containers per year being used in the European Union (EU) alone.

Tyndall researchers hosted climate chats at the Manchester Museum
17 October 2018
As part of Green Great Britain Week, Tyndall researchers (Dr Sarah Mander, Angela Mae Minas, Samira Garcia Freites, Velma Mukoro, and Chris Walsh) hosted a ‘Climate Chats’ stand in the Living Worlds section of Manchester Museum on October 16.

How can we remove micro-contaminants from wastewaters more environmentally?
4 October 2018
Scarcity of water and concerns about the ecotoxicity of micro-contaminants are driving an interest in the use of advanced tertiary processes in wastewater treatment plants.

Tyndall researchers run dialogue session at British Institute for Energy Economics Biennial Conference
4 October 2018
As part of the Financing Community Energy project, Tyndall researchers Dr Tim Braunholtz-Speight and Dr Maria Sharmina convened a session at the British Institute for Energy Economics Biennial Conference in Oxford (September 18 – 19).

New book explores the potential for Biomass Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage to unlock negative emissions
12 September 2018
New book explores the potential for Biomass Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage to unlock negative emissions

Tyndall engages with festival-goers on climate change, energy and sustainability at Bluedot 2018
29 July 2018
Tyndall engages with festival-goers on climate change, energy and sustainability at Bluedot 2018