Energy and the environment explored at Science and the Assembly

Energy and the environment explored at Science and the Assembly

Posted by Nic Bygrave on Jun 15, 2015 4:15 pm

The potential of rust or waves for generating power, and the tracing of wildlife using real time DNA sequencing were just some of the potential applications of fascinating chemistry being done in Wales and presented at the eleventh annual Science and the Assembly event. The Senedd and Pierhead buildings in Cardiff Bay hosted the packed event as researchers working in universities and in industry explained their activities under the topics of energy and the environment.

Opening the event, our immediate past president Lesley Yellowlees reflected on Wales's proud history in fuel cell development and looked ahead to how Wales would continue to innovate, while also protecting the environment. Coucil member Peter Knowles chaired the afternoon panels and presentations, revealing the high-quality research being done in Wales and sharing it with members of the National Assembly for Wales.

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