BC Research will be attending CCCI's seminar hosted by UBC and its Clean Energy Research Centre. Dr. Matthew A. Hollows from the Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) at Stanford University will be presenting "Are Synthetic Fuels Greener? Cathode Catalyst Performance and Life-Cycle CO2 Emissions.
Demand is growing for implementable, cost-effective technologies to capture and re-use carbon as industries and governments around the world search for ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In support of this need we are proud to announce that CMC Research Institutes (CMC), the University of British Columbia and BC Research are co-founding the Carbon Capture and Conversion Institute with the goal of accelerating the development and large-scale implementation of innovative,
BCRI is pleased to announce the formation of its new technical advisory board with the appointments of Prof. MacLachlan, Prof. Dreisinger and Prof. Grace as board members. Under the technical advisory board, the new board members will provide direction and leadership as BCRI continues to grow and invest in strategic new technologies. Prof. Grace is an Emeritus Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at UBC where until recently he held a Canada Research Chair in Clean