Details: Thursday 11th April, 9:00am–1:00pm, Teesside University
As part of the THYME project, this free, half-day event will showcase the latest discoveries and innovation for AD from across the Yorkshire, Humber and Teesside region. Hear from biologists, chemists, engineers and other AD scientists from both the public and private sectors. A series of talks will be followed by a poster session and networking lunch.
9.00 – arrival and coffee
9.30 – introduction
9.45 – James Chong: Making sense of sewage (University of York)
10.00 – Caroline Orr: Improving Efficiency of AD by further understanding microbial processes (Teesside University)
10.15 – Lynsay Blake: Anaerobic digestion and municipal solid waste (Durham University)
10.30 – Alex Jukes: Advancing AD at the Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC)
10.45 – coffee and networking
11.15 – Davide Poggio: Anaerobic digestion research at Energy 2050 (University of Sheffield)
11.30 – tbc
12 – 1 Networking lunch and poster session
After lunch, there is an optional tour of the National Horizons Centre.